ISSUE 52 | MAY 2015
After images, then what? - To be “blind to the world.” - “Serious Games” is an industry term - The viewer sees his effort at remembering - Her eyes move back and forth, from her patient to her computer screen - he puts out a cigarette on his exposed forearm - Farocki himself does not appear - I didn’t yet know that Farocki had died - I don’t have a mission.
He was greatly malicious - so much did Dracula despise wickedness in his land - a goblet, magnificent and wonderfully gold - whoever was old, or infirm, or ill in some way, or poor - driven with honor on a cart even unto the Hungarian land - They would cut off the nipples of virgins - Dracula was dining under the corpses of the dead people - Dracula loved the pleasure of the mortal world more.
Speaking of cliffs - the first rule of that game is that we will die - Wildland firefighting is one dangerous game that is heavily mediated by rules of engagement - since then I’ve worked on a hotshot crew out of New Mexico -- A Brief History of US Wildland Fire Management Policies - wildland firefighters are expected to follow two sets of rules - 18. Taking a nap near the fireline. - What makes the job un-boring—and at the same time keeps it un-terrifying—is this optimism.