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    James Quinn Filmmaker Avant-garde



    The flesh prevaileth.





    Film director at Flesh of the Void
    Writer/Director/Producer at Sodom & Chimera Productions
    Film director at Trinity of Decay
    Film director at The Law of Sodom
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    When visual filth meets physical beauty, a paradox is created. The filth becomes more filthy, the beauty more beautiful. Both go their ways, but in opposite directions, creating a tension that makes you look at it more closely. You observe, and come to the conclusion that the filth is in fact non-existent. It's aesthetics in disguise.




    If you feel like praying for people who were shot in a church, you're an absolute fucking moronic cunt. This is exactly the time to throw your crucifix out the window and actually start thinking and acting, striving to solve problems instead of kneeling down and fearfully sending your superficial wishes to an all mighty being you believe is sitting up in heaven and hoping he/she is magically going to solve your problems. Hell, the people who were killed were certainly praying too at that exact moment. Doesn't that tell you anything?




    James Quinn
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    Check out this article, for which Waylon Jordan from iHorror did an interview with me. This is the most personal interview I've ever had, I completely opened up, and instead of just talking about the technical aspects of my work, we also covered a lot of very, very personal themes, things I barely ever tell anyone. I really, immensely appreciate this opportunity to say all of these things. It's the most honest thing anyone has ever written about me, and I'm insanely glad I got to do this. Thank you, iHorror and Waylon Jordan.

    http://ihorror.com/james-quinns-horr...ological-pain/

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    This might be my favorite photo I've ever taken. It really was a matter of being at the right place at the right time, and hitting the shutter at the exact right moment, in a matter of seconds, and getting this bizarre encounter of a cat and chicken in the middle of a snowstorm on camera. Shooting it on 35mm made it a bit more stressful, since I had to be extremely quick with getting the exposure and focus right. What came out really blew me away though, visually. I usually always try to tell stories with my photography, and they're usually very suggestive, but this one is far beyond that. I'm going to leave it open how this actually came to happen, and what the exact story behind it is. That's the whole beauty of this photo to me. It weirdly gets your thoughts going.

    Also, it's photos like this one that are the reason why I only shoot film anymore. Really nicely demonstrates the qualities of 35mm.

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    I keep seeing people trying to explain to others why something they think is good, or bad, (a movie, song, band or book, you know, art) is actually the opposite, and why they shouldn't or should like it. This also not only applies to art, but trivial (and I'm talking strictly about trivial ones) opinions in general. People, before you go out trying to be right about something, think about this: You're one of 7,6 billion people on a floating rock in space. Technically, it neither matters that you think differently about something than someone else does (talking about the trivial things, I have to mention this again), nor is the thought that your opinion is more correct than those of others anything else but destructively solipsistic. You're creating a problem for yourself that's not there. Life is a lot easier if you abandon the compulsive thought that there's such a thing as objectivity. Think about what that means. It's good that our opinions are so subjective and unique. Otherwise we'd all be the same. Be happy that someone else dislikes something you really like, or loves something you dislike. Maybe even hear them out. It doesn't mean you have to agree. It makes us what we are, individuals. And it still doesn't interfere with your ability of liking, or disliking things. Or even being right. Because to yourself, it may still be true. Just accept that, like I said, on a planet with 7,6 billion beings, you can't always be the wisest one.




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    "Solipsistic." Great word which, while you may not hear it every day, you certainly see in action every day, especially if you have access to the internet and/or Millennials.

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    James Quinn
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    I keep seeing people trying to explain to others why something they think is good, or bad, (a movie, song, band or book, you know, art) is actually the opposite, and why they shouldn't or should like it. This also not only applies to art, but trivial (and I'm talking strictly about trivial ones) opinions in general. People, before you go out trying to be right about something, think about this: You're one of 7,6 billion people on a floating rock in space. Technically, it neither matters that you think differently about something than someone else does (talking about the trivial things, I have to mention this again), nor is the thought that your opinion is more correct than those of others anything else but destructively solipsistic. You're creating a problem for yourself that's not there. Life is a lot easier if you abandon the compulsive thought that there's such a thing as objectivity. Think about what that means. It's good that our opinions are so subjective and unique. Otherwise we'd all be the same. Be happy that someone else dislikes something you really like, or loves something you dislike. Maybe even hear them out. It doesn't mean you have to agree. It makes us what we are, individuals. And it still doesn't interfere with your ability of liking, or disliking things. Or even being right. Because to yourself, it may still be true. Just accept that, like I said, on a planet with 7,6 billion beings, you can't always be the wisest one.

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    "I have been toying with a notion... that if one could find the perfect arrangement of all objects in any particular space it could create a resonance;
    benefits from which to the individual dwelling in that space could be extensive - could be far reaching... far reaching."


    ---- - Genius from the mind of Benjamin Horne

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