The image’s reality treads closer to the abstract, leaving the sunset and trees behind. As we enter the image’s gloaming, it reveals its true eye: reality’s pure haptic energy, where there is nothing but sonorous light, and the dregs of the Unknown.
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We fly through the storm. A new form in avant-garde.
Hinterlands and Hunter are the two most important pieces by Barley until Sleep Has Her House. It is a continuation. He's gone deeper. His work is visually stunning and radical. Perhaps my favourite avant-garde filmmaker.