Besides sound, the boundless world of art has two other fundamental mediums:
images and words. From paintings to paperbacks,
most art has a visual or literary element. It’s what grabs us. Touches us. Shapes us.
In “Images & Words,” Ebert brings the two mediums together
in chilling fashion. Armed only with a camera and a pen, the creative
Long Islander transforms ordinary scenes into a thought-provoking look at everyday life.
A look filled with abandoned cars, vacant playgrounds and graffiti-filled tunnels.
But beyond the bleakness, there is always hope. Dreams. And possibility.