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Molly Strohl 

Untitled, Larry Clark, 1970.


Children play with make-shift guns in a cemetery, Grenada 1979, 
by Alex Webb

a portrait of myself winter 2011

Writers and filmakers, that is, people who describe the world, suffer from an occupational disease. They never experience moments in life quite spontaneously. You always look at yourself from the outside. Even as a child I always observed myself and the world. I believe that everyone who chooses this path in any way, who chooses to be a describer of life, suffers from this condition. It’s like a mental obsession. It can be a great pity too. It robs you of a certain joy in spontaneity. Michael Haneke, from My Life (2009)

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