Gilles Deleuze
[Writer and philosopher, b. 1925, Paris, d. 1995, Paris.]

 Photography, if there is photography, is already snapped, already shot, in the very interior of things and for all points of space. 
 External images act on me, transmit movement to me, and I return movement: how could images be in my consciousness since I am myself image, that is, movement? 
 My eye, my brain, are images, parts of my body. How could my brain contain images since it is one image among others? 
 Images exist; things themselves are images... Images constantly act on and react to one another, produce and consume. There is no difference between images, things and movement...