A Twin Peaks Haiku

With Photo Essay in Seventeen Parts

by Randolph Jordan Volume 21, Issues 11-12 / December 2017 1 minute (32 words)

Image courtesy of Cristiano Siqueira


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Return to Twin Peaks.
We watched them watch us watching.
No-one made it home.

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A Twin Peaks Haiku

Randolph Jordan is a Montreal-based film scholar, educator, and multimedia practitioner. He earned his first and second cycle degrees in philosophy and film studies respectively before completing his Ph.D. in the interdisciplinary Humanities program at Concordia University. His ongoing research examines the intersection between acoustic ecology and film sound theory/practice, and he has recently completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University where he was investigating geographical specificity in Vancouver-based film and media by way of sound studies and critical geography. His research has been published widely and his photographs, films and sound works have been exhibited internationally. He is now writing a book for Oxford University Press provisionally titled, Reflective Audioviewing: An Acoustic Ecology of the Cinema (expected 2016). He has been covering Montreal film, music and new media festivals for Offscreen since 2001.

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