To say I’m obsessed w this record is a huge understatement. Tame Impala – Currents
I was doing fine without ya
‘Til I saw your face, now I can’t erase
Finally taking flight
I know you don’t think it’s right
I know that you think it’s fake
Maybe fake’s what I like
I used to take the long way
Just so I could walk past your door
I used to wait outside
But I guess I won’t anymore
Boogie – Oh My
Phantogram – Fall In Love
The Strokes – Under Control
Bibio – Lovers Carvings
Horrors – Sea within A Sea
Rustie/Redinho – Lost
Hudmo – Very First Breath
Phantogram – You Are The OceanFilm
I Missed It/
Enter The Void
Escape From Tomorrow
Nymphomaniac I & II
Only Lovers Left Alive
The Raid 2
Big Hero 6
Finding Vivian Maier
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
What We Do In The Shadows
Leon The Professional
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Animation by El TacodorPhotography, Thoughts
Robert Frank: Young Japanese often want to go to New York. I couldn’t understand why until I arrived in Tokyo. Rules can be sensed to an amazing extent throughout Tokyo, even when getting in a taxi or going shopping. The young Japanese who go to New York all want to escape from those rules.
Araki: But those who go there lack discipline. It is precisely in a place where rules and regulations exist that one learns the meaning of freedom. They’re just being self-indulgent because, no matter what kind of rules exist, the important thing is to be able to gain freedom. I developed as a photographer through the deaths of my father, my mother, and my wife. People who indulge themselves in photography or art don’t make good photographers or artists. A photographer must be a solitary person. For example, when someone dies, when a woman is crying, or in a moment of great passion, a photographer must be able to hold the camera and take pictures. As a result, I face the problem of being called inhuman or cold-hearted. That’s the hard part.
Frank: And the women who are your subjects, Mr. Araki, quickly get wise to your tricks and leave in a hurry…
Araki: That’s probably why I take a photograph of each woman out of a lingering attachment…because a photograph expresses a desire to make that woman mine. But, the women all leave me. Anyway, the intrinsic nature of photographs is lingering attachment. The desire to preserve something in the form of a photograph is the basic instinct, or physiology of photography. I think that all photographers should begin from the physiology of photography without getting too cerebral about it. And Robert, please do not solely make films and say that you’ve quit photography. Let’s keep taking photographs. With that in mind, I’d like to give you this gift… (while handing R.Frank a compact camera)
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