Chan: He taught me a kind of intimacy, an aesthetic of flirtation… Roland Barthes and Chris Marker were the first who taught me that. You never saw people dealing with history of philosophy in such an intimate way. And it was revelatory for me because it did not let you forget that you have a body, a thinking body.
Rosler: That is what I meant by you get to stand next to it. You are embodied rather than dematerialized by the power of the screen image.
“you just can’t turn off your brain for one second, now can you?”