Wag Tail

                   
Mark

Cinephile   
Monocular 


‘ The narratives have dropped away like those rockets that disintegrate in the atmosphere once they have placed their small payloads in orbit. Detached from their original settings, each scene is now the satellite of the other.’

Victor Burgin, The Remembered Film


I look into, with a cinephile monocular, the websites where film quotes are circulated and consumed. Re-produced with a life simulation game, the selected scenes form a language with words from their origins: a park bench, a rental flat and an alien landing site.








'I’d ask you about art, about war, about love.
But you’ve never been near one.'




'You should read my jornal. It’s just...blank,’ 
 ‘I’m always anxious thinking I’m not living my life to the fullest.’




‘If you could see your life from start to finish,
would you change things?’