“… formal exploration stretched to its limits may lead not just to a dramatization of the means of making art but to the dissolution of such means, and the dissolution of consciousness, too.”

David Denby. Sept. 12.2005. The Moviegoer : The New Yorker

still from “#37″ (35mm cinemascope, 31 min, 2009)

interview on utube

“The lesson that we should learn, and that the movies try to avoid is that we ourselves are the aliens. Our ego, our psychic agency, is an alien force distorting controlling our body.”

“The ultimate lesson of psychoanalyst is that…emotions as such are deceiving. There are no specifically fake emotions because as Freud puts it literally: the only emotion that does not deceive is anxiety. All other emotions are a fake.”