Monthly Archives: December 2013

Left: Martin Eder, A Year Without Light, Right: Balthus, The Guitar Lesson

Little Girls and Ambivalent Cats: Balthus and Martin Eder

Balthus is a monolith standing in a sea of movements. He has no followers. Or rather had. Martin Eder too paints fantasies of naked little girls and cats. Balthus’ are simple ironies. Eder’s paintings are ironies on ironies. Balthus and

Left: Martin Eder, A Year Without Light, Right: Balthus, The Guitar Lesson

Little Girls and Ambivalent Cats: Balthus and Martin Eder

Balthus is a monolith standing in a sea of movements. He has no followers. Or rather had. Martin Eder too paints fantasies of naked little girls and cats. Balthus’ are simple ironies. Eder’s paintings are ironies on ironies. Balthus and

Gravity, Astronaut, Falling

Gravity

Perched on the edge of audacity, like a teenage boy preparing his first cliffjump, Gravity promises a wondrous spectacle, crafting a fantasy of outer space’s weightless and seamless solitude; promising the camera’s liberation from gravity, and VFX’s deliverance from a

Gravity, Astronaut, Falling

Gravity

Perched on the edge of audacity, like a teenage boy preparing his first cliffjump, Gravity promises a wondrous spectacle, crafting a fantasy of outer space’s weightless and seamless solitude; promising the camera’s liberation from gravity, and VFX’s deliverance from a