What is success? To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate the beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

The Infinite Mix

It’s so difficult to explain to your friends why you’re so enthusiast about an exhibition if they haven’t been there, even more if it’s about videos. The Infinite Mix ended in December but it still sticks with me. A journey through the maze of a derelict building and human emotions, weaknesses, atrocity, touching and hilarious moments. I think I have been sitting in the friezing dark for more than an hour watching the hypnotic trees of Cyprien Gaillard “Nightlife” again and again.


Hayward Gallery’s page dedicated to the exhibition

Netflix crush #1: Better call Saul

  1. It’s about people who’re trying their hardest to be good people without much success
  2. The photography is so beautiful I want to screenshot everything
  3. That light
  4. The dark humor
  5. Those cities somewhere near the mexican desert
  6. The 2 secs acid headtitles
  7. The bittersweetness of everything
  8. Kim: the only female character I loved since Alicia and Carrie
  9. Jimmy: the only male character I’d be able to hug after a big mess up
  10. The feeling to have a glimpse of something so multilayered and complex that whispers “Don’t judge me”


Better Call Saul on IMDB.

Minute bodies

Old footage of  the tiny world becomes a beautiful, hypnotic movie soundtracked by Stuart Staples from Tindersticks.
“The world now sacrifices everything to speed,” Percy Smith said. “Quiet seems to be regarded as a detestable condition to be expurgated by any means which applied science can devise.”

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