No Night No Day
by Gidal, Peter
'...impossible memory in the face of persistent physicality ...what darknesses the film will have will not be connected to nature's night, equally light will be unconnected to 'day' - distension from any nature, including the nature of film, of the viewer's natural 'seeing'... ...superimpositions, or rather, overcondensings are: more than one time - none a memory, none a nostalgia, none a fictive past or otherness, just another.' - PG, London-Paris, June 1996- October 1997
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