"Both are on the cusp of something: Elio is about to enter manhood, and Oliver is letting go of the last impulses of boyhood. In this hazy becoming and un-becoming, they find each other, and what seems to make them different also makes them exactly the same."
“A photograph is not a moment; it is a single representation of a moment, influenced entirely by the eye behind the lens.”
“It is unavoidable that the world would force itself into Stevens's work—one cannot live in the world and not be a part of it.” On Wallace Stevens's war poem, “Martial Cadenza.”
Lucas had, metaphorically speaking, taken a crayon to the Star Warsnegatives and scribbled all over them.
A look at the conceptions of history in In W.H. Auden’s “Archaeology” and Wallace Stevens’s “A Postcard from the Volcano"
"Kitsch does not portray an accurate likeness of the world; it generally reflects only the sweetest and most blameless aspects, smoothing the rough edges of reality to produce an image of perfection."
On three artists who "manipulate this everyday tool to create thematic photo series that question the implications of the indiscriminate, omniscient observer."