Girl, an ongoing series
by Lora Mathis
The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
Have you ever killed an animal for fun?
“Yeah, ants. I was a kid and I was watching some ants do their thing. I was about eight and I was fascinated by watching them doing what they were doing. Then suddenly I thought they shouldn’t be allowed to do what they were doing because it was far too weird. So i decided i’d get a kettle full of hot water and pour it down their nest and stamp on them. It wasn’t a pleasure, it was a duty. It was painful to do it but i had to, otherwise they’d take over the world. And i put a safety pin in a caterpillar once. All its blood was black.”"
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“These kinds of images address the overall nostalgia you feel when you’re young — throughout being a teenager, it feels nostalgic because you’re already looking at it in a retrospective, you’re told that these moments are fleeting, that the memories last forever, and these sorts of experiences, alongside their portrayals in the media, sort of come of define you. So there is this desire, and like, fantasy, in already looking back at yourself and how you want to seem, how you’ll remember, how it will compare, even while you’re living it.”
'Mac DeMarco - Chamber of Relection'. Synths.