Category Archives: Chris Marker

Minus Plato presents: What Apollo Saw: Picturing Chris Marker’s Pictures at an Exhibition, 2008 – for Bill Horrigan Instructions: Click play on the video below Listen (it is very quiet, so listen carefully) Click in the white space below the video Using the down arrow key, scroll down s l o w l y When […]

After yesterday’s post on Simone Weil’s Electra, I realized that I had not explained how my essay in progress related to the dynamic between Classics and Contemporary Art. All will be revealed in due course and, in the meantime, each of my posts this week will attempt to lead us there, and today is the […]

Opening this weekend is Paul Chan’s new exhibition Hippias Minor at the DESTE Foundation project space, the Slaughterhouse on the Greek island of Hydra. I have been honoured to have been a part of this exhibition in the form of the new book Hippias Minor or the Art of Cunning, published by DESTE and Chan’s […]