Mercury Vagabond

April 25th, 2006 | photography, researchmaterial

Zoetica Ebb, shot by Vladimir Perlovich: this, too, plays right into images I’m trying to devise for another new project (put into my head by shots of Pygmy Wife in her flight hat a few weeks back, and a repeat viewing of Guy Maddin’s HEART OF THE WORLD).

3 Responses to “Mercury Vagabond”

  1. what matters here is that i owned this hat FIRST.

    glad you diggin’ the pics – i’m afraid my ‘droid identity is now revealed. shit.

    it’s time i watched Heart of the World. right. now.

  2. HEART OF THE WORLD is just gorgeous. Twenty years of Russian cinema distilled into 6 minutes.

  3. Thoughtful and brooding futurism is near and dear to the heart of most Russian film makers, partly out of the inescapable fear that life under the former Soviet Union was both unreal and surreal, a life lived in metaphors and dreams against the backdrop of lies and dreary reality.