The essence of cinema, Eisenstein wrote, does not lie in the images, but in the relation between the images.

A paper glass + a girl’s back. A roof shade + a hand on a handrail + a sign on a ground. A girl looking down + a bag in a hand + the tops of buildings + a man lying on a ground.

Even if the photographic subjects look simple, to identify them through words seems almost impossible. Monosyllabic naming doesn’t work either. Photographs, like cinematic shots do not resemble words nor sentences …

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-Eyes + Water =

-Daria Tuminas