Thursday, May 27, 2010

A beyond-borders crime event I'd have liked to see


(National Portrait Gallery, London)

© Peter Rozovsky 2010

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6 Comments:

Blogger adrian mckinty said...

On the subject of interactive media events...I've recently become interested in the films of Adam Curtis and I thought you would be intrigued by this It Felt Like A Kiss which you recently called one of the darkest songs of the 60's.

May 27, 2010  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Thanks, Adrian. I've been hankering for a good olfactory-audiovisual promenade-style theatre production.

May 28, 2010  
Blogger The Celtic Kagemusha said...

Are The Singh Twins any relation to those fabulous Collinson twins, of 'Twins of Evil' fame, I wonder?

May 29, 2010  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Too many twins to keep track of, TCK. I think these two were portraitists of some kind. How evil they are, I don't know, but I'd like to know what Indian crime fiction came up for discussion and whether the Singh Twins have anything to do with crime fiction. Indian crime fiction has come up form time to time at this site, after all.

May 29, 2010  
Blogger Blaft Publications said...

Oh, do spare a moment to check out the Singh Twins, they are pretty amazing:

http://www.singhtwins.co.uk/GALLERY%20.html

June 04, 2010  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Now I'm even sorrier I missed the event. Thanks for the link. Am I wrong in detecting a debt to Mughal painting combined with a sly wit?

Here is the link in handy clickable form. And I wonder who took part in that panel discussion. Anyone you know or have worked with or read? Perhaps you yourself took part.

June 04, 2010  

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