Vancouver Dérive

DSC_1402 Structure of the world.

DSC_1403 Thirsty metal monsters.

DSC_1404 Maps don’t work. (Lost Lagoon.)

DSC_1406 Tideland.

DSC_1407 Tide/Land.

DSC_1408 I wish.

DSC_1412 Stars.

DSC_1413 Lost in the Garden.

DSC_1417 Danger. (Paradigm Shift Ahead.)

DSC_1418 Salmon.

DSC_1419 The Future. (feat. Ironing Board Building)

DSC_1422 The Land on Four Stilts. (Canadian edition)

DSC_1424 Ballardian Postcard. (& cormorants!)

DSC_1427 Sweet Sorrow Lounge.

DSC_1428 Tourist Dystopia.

DSC_1429 Shop Sign (Front).

DSC_1430 Shop Sign (Back).

DSC_1431 Lengthening Shadows.

DSC_1433 Cut off.

DSC_1435 Moon.

DSC_1437 End of the Show.

Storytelling (Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC)

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If I had a creative writing class to teach, I’d spend a long session creating totem poles and the stories they tell, coming up with ways to pass them along and have them influence each other, spawn new myths, stories emerging from pictures and pictures from stories. Right now, I mostly have to win this battle against jet lag. More soon.

Mapping the Viennese Alien Event Site

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The Cemetery of White Goods.

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Car park. (Seriously, could this get any more Tarkovskian?)

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TV programme: Ton, Steine, Scherben.

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Home. (“Don’t show Werner Herzog!” – my brother)

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Hear me.

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Out into the Zone. (Futuristic juxtaposition on the horizon.)

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Noir.

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Stairway (to Enlightenment).

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(My brother calls this) Juggernaut.

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Roadside Picnic.

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(No, seriously: “Leber Aufstrich”.)

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One poppy. (My brother says: a visual haiku.)

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Exercises in Escapism.

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MUTATED FUCK THE SYSTEM.

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“Between us stood, as if on watch, / The stratified and solid water.”

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Elektrik.

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Contact. (Content & meaning still under debate.)

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This must house the Wishing Room.

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On the way back: bonus Mononoke boars.