That which is uncanny, I often find, is most unnerving. It's not demonstrative enough to be out-right terrifying and yet there's an implication that something seems very wrong. Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that something seems... Continue Reading →
Surrealism is destructive.
All the things i write here are about surrealism and the many forms it takes. So my first thought when thinking about what article to write next was 'I know - i'll write a brief history of the movement and some of it's most famous contributors'. That's all well and good. But of course the history of the genre is not brief, and it's certainly not straightforward.