Face as Recording Screen


Anonymous said...

It's always a pleasure to see a new post from the hilarious bookbinder. This is 7,000 word piece* is incredibly concise. All further comments I will have to make face to face.

*by transitive equivalence

Ryland Walker Knight said...

I've recently discovered: Dreyer is too fucking good to have ignored for this long. ...sigh.

Anonymous said...


The second face from the top, below Plainview's daguerreotype; the face of a woman looking off camera.

What actress is that? And from what film?

Daniel Coffeen said...

Don't know the actress off hand; it's from Cassavete's Faces—I didn't want to use the obvious Gena; and I like the way, in this shot, she's looking off camera rather than at the camera.

Behold This Non-Fungible Vagina (NFV), or The Multiple Event of Emergent Particularity in the Digital Age

 Check out this nutty essay on this NFT/NFV that I wrote on Medium