enjoyed the attentive all-knowing depth of Adasinsky's eyes, Cranach-like M. in the sunlight, subtle humor, Kafkaesque claustrophobic space and non-linear narrative. lack of coherence and didactically stated "message" -- perhaps metaphor for life? at times I was impatient but still thankful for works of art that make me slow down and try to discern the puzzle instead of expecting the ready-made.
Visually beautiful, the ascetic black and white shots are accompanied by the minimalistic score of violins and organ, silence and the sound of a violent wind. The shots are carefully choreographed… read review