The universe is wider than our views of it.
“‘The verses already carry the mark of a life haunted by all that is mortal,’ writes Moscatelli, ‘the temperament of Albert Cossery being more attuned to the black than the blue of life.’ Stealing a glimpse into the teenage abyss, we find flickers of what is to come.”
“One day in L’viv, in a park near a church, we ran into a film crew. The park was full of extras in costumes, idling, waiting for their turn to be part of an illusion. We spoke to them and it was much like speaking to ghosts, though, unlike ghosts, some of them demanded to be paid for being photographed.”
—Aleksandar Hemon, on his research for “The Lazarus Project.”
Anonymous asked: That sounds like an adventure. Have a beautiful time!
thank you very much.
Anonymous asked: I see. Where is your stopping point then?
At the moment, Myanmar/Mongolia. I’ll have time for about a week in Beijing
Anonymous asked: Beijing is wonderful, however, outside the city is even more lovely. China has such a unique and colorful landscape. Have you been before?
Rural China would most definitely be of interest. Unfortunately I won’t be spending too much time in China, I am using beijing as a sort of base point between other countries.
Anonymous asked: what does one way to beijing mean?
in the midst of planning
Photograph by Lucien Clergue, France.