Out flew his wish (it dived like a fish but it climbed like a dream)

Title from E.E. Cummings:

out flew his wish
(it dived like a fish
but it climbed like a dream)
throbbing like a heart
singing like a flame

Random images from:
Rusalochka(Vladimir Bychkov)
5 Mia Wasikowska
The virgin suicides (Sofia Coppola)
14 Rosemary's baby (Roman Polanski)
15 Celine and Julie go boating (Jaques Rivette)
17 L’homme qui ment(Alain Robbe-Grillet)
18 Koshikei (Nagisa Oshima)
20 William S. Burroughs
21 The Night of the Hunter (Charles Laughton)
22 The Holy Mountain (Alejandro Jodorowsky)
25 Wild at heart (David Lynch)
27 In the Realm of the Senses (Nagisa Oshima)
28 Venus in fur (Jess Franco)


  1. I love every single image, and how you put them together.
    The burning roses is favourite.

  2. I love the way it moves from light to dark, but sinister the whole time xxxxxxxxx

  3. Venus in Furs is a great film!

  4. I really love your new art project blog so much, it's so interesting, expressive and thought provoking!!! Such a wonderful outlet for all your amazing creativity and vision!!! I enjoy how this collection of images start to take new meaning when all grouped together. I agree with Clare, love the transitions as she pointed out, so beautiful and yet so unsettling!

    You know, I think this type of work could be considered kinda the film/image version of rap...taking small pieces from sources and reworking them into your own message, very post modern or maybe even a bit deconstructionist. I'm sure there is a new proper word for it. Would probably need to write a proper paper to really explore this concept formally, but I'm feeling an artistic modern parallel.

    I also love the mini test of your film knowledge...trying to remember the image to the film is fun!:) Everyone need to see "In the Relm"-you'll never look at a hard boiled egg the same way again.lol;)