i love motion
a lover letter to storytelling, but also to the people who have the empathy to listen & learn from others—the ones that have a lot to tell & teach. full of ancient colors, a palette that is making you think of fury road quite a few times *major heart eyes*. experienced it on a psychic/introspective level, camera movements in this were like what wishes are to us: hundreds of conflicting impulses, pushing us in different directions. and i’m thinking of the x-files ep field trip right now cause by the end of it, all the stories felt like sudden glimpses from a dream. obviously loved it.
this has sunk my brain into a void, a wacko energy that made me experience it all in an artistic way. i wanted some spectacle, all i got was a demented soap opera, and i am not disappointed. it feels too long, loses intensity once Marion leaves the screen, and the dialogues can feel a bit off from time to time, but that’s clearly because Carax didn’t adjust the extraness of it. it is not much about hearing the music,…
As a music, techno builds such an architecture that takes “Techne”, the spirit or soul, if you will, and melds it to the machine, a thing enslaved to the rhythm of production.
Underground resistance is a label for a movement, a movement that wants change by sonic revolution.
art as theory, as survival and strength of a community. also when rhythmic reminds prod rate and what it is to be treated as a machine relegated to labor. quite essential as a quick reminder on how impactful political resistance is/has been.