Mijia Wang

"A young man tries unsuccessfully to join the Navy."¹ ² ³

local echolocation

A narcoleptic ventriloquist as a noncompliant transcriber as an exasperated broken sieve as a person with overactive peripheral vision:
The hyphen between image and text is my eternal game of sōko-ban.

  1. Keith Sanborn on Frampton:
    “During the mid-1970s, Hollis Frampton gave a course on ‘The New American Cinema.’ The requirement was that students keep a journal responding to the films seen in the class. A few years later, when I was a graduate student, Frampton told me that, while reviewing the journals, he spent several hundred dollars in long distance telephone calls—a sum now impossible to conceive—reading to various friends across the country the response of one student to Kenneth Anger’s Fireworks: ‘A young man tries unsuccessfully to join the Navy.’”

  2. Kenneth Anger on Fireworks:
    “A dissatisfied dreamer awakes, goes out in the night seeking a ‘light’ and is drawn through the needle’s eye. A dream of a dream, he returns to a bed less empty than before.”

  3. Mercutio on his dream last night:
    “[My dream told me] that dreamers often lie.”