I wished it was me who had the idea for this brilliant title. Sadly, I only managed to use “the camera as eye” at some point during my writing on Wang Bing, which I found quite nice at the time, but it doesn’t reach “the walking eye”, l’oeil qui marche.
What is this about?
A book. A beautiful book, indeed a book, which gave me a lot of food for thought, not through its brief texts about the Chinese director. It had a lot to do with the design of the book. When . . .
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