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A Wrinkle in Time

This illustration for Don Dellio’s Point Omega minds me of Ray Bradbury’s The Veldt wallscreen/virtual reality room. A walk-in movie made real?

The anti-movie. The single camera position. The expressionless actor. The shot extended to its ultimate limit in time. David sees this as “part dream, part fiction, part movies,” which also sounds like a prophetic summing up of the novel Point Omega.

GEOFF DYER Sunday Book Review: New York Times

What will happen from next year with Big Ben being out for repair? A Darren Almond flip-clock projection onto the side of Elizabeth Tower? A booming recording of the earliest striking/chiming?


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