We interrupt this broadcast to bring you the weirdest and most brain-bending un-Shooped image I’ve seen in ages… and that in a year that’s been pretty strong on brain-bending images.
The image is copyright Felix Kaestle/Associated Press, and can be found on this Wall Street Journal photoblog page; the caption says it’s “part of the stage setting for the opera ‘Andre Chenier’ by Italian composer Umberto Giordano, which will premiere [at Lake Constance near Bregenz, Austria] in July.” [Found via This Isn’t Happiness]
Personally, I suspect it’s actually an artefact left behind by one of the more playful interventionist splinters of The Culture. WE MAY NEVER KNOW FOR SURE.
4 thoughts on “What little headline mojo I have has deserted me”
Somehow I’m reminded of the french animation “fantastic planet”. I think it’s an ohm.
It reminds me of the right panel of The Garden of Earthly Delights, by Bosch.
Bregenz Festival – my favorite for many years has been the skeleton stage for verdi:
Looks like The Death of Marat to me.
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