In Eurylochus, Simon Becker takes you through an Ireland from somewhere in between a James Joyce novel and an obscure old fantasy. Once stripped of its lush greens the island looks quite different to the beholder, still indisputably wild and beautiful.
Simon’s talent to focus on the unusual in the usual opens the stage for exceptional and dark settings, unsuspected intruders and a journey full of questions. What appears as an uncertain land of distant dreams at first is slowly evolving as a wrecked reality caught in wild beauty.
by Simon Becker
|Topics||Ireland, James Joyce, Landscape|
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