Impondérable both a book and a film. This surrealist, funny, provocative medley was taken from Tony Oursler’s personal archives of photographs, publications and objects. The film is divisive: at the Arles screening, half the crowd had left before the end while the other half applauded. The sketches follow a series of magicians, priests, scientists, mediums and highwaymen in search of the ultimate ectoplasm. It’s a wild ride.
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