In Mettler's films, images conjure
much more than they represent.
Though his storytelling and logic could often use refinement, and despite his unfortunate tendency to meander off topic, Wild does conjure
up some eye-opening trivia on the coffee manufacturing process, and there is merit to his claim that Third World farmers are facing a raw deal in part because of free trades unintended consequences.
The Irish have shamrock' the Americans have the Star Spangled Banner, but what images does your mind conjure
up when you hear the word 'England' - and why?
For most people the word lesbian conjures
up a short-haired woman who wears overalls .
Miller's storytelling is always confident and occasionally hilarious--as when, while having sex with a man, he conjures
a guilt-induced visit from his mother.
However, our glass ceiling is just the opposite, it conjures
an image of the sky's the limit.
Here, like the princes of yore, she conjures
to the stage a sisterhood of vestals, the shades of a postmodernist dream.
Sometime drag king Cooper conjures
Thus the point of departure for this work is the visited site, from which the artist conjures
up certain traces that are shared by his own culture: words in the languages of the place, plans of places experienced, or even the colors typical of other architectural traditions.
This never-before-seen footage found by George Roy and his partner Steve Stern conjures
up memories of when we considered baseball to be `our game' and the connection that we felt to the players.
Krasnow loves extremes, too: "brittle black hair/on a blunt big/head" conjures
something nearly overwhelming in its distastefulness.
This exploration of the unfamiliar effectively conjures
a traveler's sense of displacement, balanced with moments that make it seem possible to integrate into a foreign landscape.
If you're like most folks, thinking about the Salvation Army conjures
up images of red kettles and bells.
The very word "mutiny" conjures
up romantic images of sailing vessels, buccaneers, and--inevitably--the colorful tale of HMS Bounty.
Martin's) exquisitely mixes essay, memoir, fiction, and a slew of Wildean epigrams ("Lack calls forth desire, but it is desire that conjures