Monday, 15 November 2010

Pretty Pictures

"At best, a pre-existing street expresses a script imperfectly. The street will be read as itself before it reads as a particular street in a particular story; that is the purpose of using a location, to achieve lived, social recognizability. However, if recognized, the location brings the narrative to a halt, as the spaces as physical fact triumph over the narrative service".

Charles Tashiro - Pretty Pictures, p.33

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