I have an ever-expanding list of literary obsessions and close to the top of the pile will always sit Franz Kafka. I recently reread his complete works, including his brilliant collection of short stories, some for the first time. His work contains a cornucopia of visual reference so it was just a matter of time before I made my move…
Full-body immersion in the convoluted bureaucracy of a legally-binding nightmare. The dread creeps… until suddenly it cuts.
A dark comedic strangeness. As you acclimatize to its implausibility you start to think in step with its inertia. Slowly you’re pulled into the belly of the castle…
Amerika: The Missing Person
Karl Rossmann topples through an American dream, serial victim of circumstances beyond his control. Is he writing the story of his life or being slowly erased..?
Gregor Samsa, everyone’s favourite beatle, shuffles painfully out of sight and mind.
Report For An Academy
Kafka’s ape successfully evolves from one incarceration to another.
Investigations of A Dog
On the back of a series of comically flawed premises Kafka’s dog myopically explores his world, while painting a picture of tragic alienation.
A short, sharp self-devouring nightmare… which still manages to raise a perverse smile.