Tag: FLUX Art + Film

I Hope I’m Loud When I’m Dead

Beatrice Gibson

By Holly Isemonger — 9 August, 2019

We’re on a packed train on the London underground and Beatrice Gibson is having a panic attack. Her confessional voiceover is paired with images of destruction, global turmoil, family footage of kids playing, and domestic life. Through this kaleidoscopic collage of life in the 21st century, I Hope I’m Loud When I’m Dead (2018) asks:…

My Nudity Means Nothing

Marina de Van

By Eloise Grills — 2 July, 2019

  In the pre-Jackie period, when I was on Tinder, my friend and I engaged in a contest to see how many people we could sleep with.     I only amassed four bedpost notches before I quit. I am a bad dater. I hate going out, sleeping in beds that aren’t mine.    …

Witkacy & Malinowski: a cinematic séance in 23 scenes

John Gillies

By Tyler Patterson — 11 June, 2019

On the first day of spring in 1914, a train tore through the Australian countryside en route to Toowoomba from Brisbane. Belching smoke and swallowing shovelful after shovelful of coal, it carried the anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski, who was touring Australia with the British Association for the Advancement of Science Congress, and his childhood friend—the artist-playwright…