Man Ray’s film Â«Return to ReasonÂ» of the 1920s belongs, in his own words, to “inventions of light forms and movements”.
|Return to Reason (1923) with its interplay of strange light and dark images and vital kinetic energy takes the viewer on a brief journey of self-discovery. Bizarre images of insanity work their way to the familiar territory of desire-a female form. This film was very quickly, as Tristan Tzara had billed it, a programme of Dadaist events without telling Man Ray until the day before.|
|He was still adding sequences to it moments before screening. Poorly received at the time it is now regarded as a highly significant work.
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