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

 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... 
 My eye, my brain, are images, parts of my body. How could my brain contain images since it is one image among others? 
 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? 
 Photography, if there is photography, is already snapped, already shot, in the very interior of things and for all points of space.