Death and Landscape in Drowning By Numbers (1988) – Peter Greenaway.

In Henry David Thoreau's influential work, Walden (1854), he speaks of many elements of the natural landscape and the deeper meaning within it.  Tying into the first movement of transcendentalism, Thoreau's was one of a number of works that sought out inner spirituality within a journey toward the outside.  One quote seems particularly prescient, both … Continue reading Death and Landscape in Drowning By Numbers (1988) – Peter Greenaway.