Quote Bot – Quotation of the Day

I believe that we, as a whole world, are going through a transition and these so-called “bleak times” are necessary to go through in order to get to a much, much, much better place. The old way is giving way to a new way and it started a long time ago, the transition, and more and more things — horror stories — have come to light and people have been dealing with these things over the last decades and more things will come out. These wrongs are going to start getting righted and on the other side of this transition, I think, we’ll find really great times, an end to suffering and negativity. This is what I believe and hope for.

David Lynch https://youtu.be/K7hJAsC17iw?t=441

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“David Lynch: The Unified Field,” at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (2014–15) listed among The Top Thirty Cultural Moments of the Twenty-Tens | The New Yorker

David Lynch examines his own art on the wall
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“David Lynch: The Unified Field,” at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (2014–15)

I see that a certain sort of film critic, possibly possessive, possibly possessed by a bias against the tube, insists upon claiming the third season of “Twin Peaks” for the cinema, despite its clear design as home entertainment for haunting your house. In reply, I offer this museum exhibition, which gathered about ninety paintings and drawings, made over five decades, as evidence that Lynch is too large an artist to bother with such trifling categorizations. The idea is transcendence, by any medium necessary. With a brush in hand, he gouges at the canvas by way of piercing his soul.

Source: The Top Thirty Cultural Moments of the Twenty-Tens | The New Yorker

Russian Sound Experimentalists KultFRONT Present “ELECTRICITY: David Lynch Tribute Live”

Three weeks after the third season of Twin Peaks concluded in September 2017, a unique audiovisual tribute to its director was presented by the Russian underground label kultFRONT at the Angleterre Cinema Lounge in the very heart of St. Petersburg. The night’s dark electronic music was distilled from kultFRONT’s previously released David Lynch tribute compilations, The Owls Are Not What They Seem and Now It’s Dark, while visuals sourced from Twin Peaks among other things were manipulated in real-time by VJ Yuri Elik and projected on a big screen.

Today, the label is sharing the recording of that performance with the world; ELECTRICITY: David Lynch Tribute Live is now available on a limited edition cassette and as a digital download. The edition is supplemented with a bonus track, a remix by Svetlo111 on the track “Lynch” by DMT, which kicked off the Russian David Lynch Tribute 10 years ago.

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