"Flokimothèque is a playlist that revives the obscure but still subversive art of ethnographic surrealism by wrenching cultural objects out of their original contexts, slamming them together to occupy the same space simultaneously in order to see what happens - to our perception of the objects themselves and our sense of the world which surrounds and contains them. Each post consists of a single still image juxtaposed by way of some interior poetic logic. The images feel like they are harvested during a random sweep of an online photo library, although some are grouped into clusters, and certain themes emerge. The whole thing feels casual rather than curated, driven by intuition and chance, but herein lies it appeal. I recommend treating it as a cabinet of curiosities. During this process the viewer enter a raw state of pure feeling, one in which meaning arises out of sensual experience, as the cultural hierarchies and taxonomies that try to order and separate human activity are dissolved, and familiar discrete realities are changed by being brought into close proximity with other discrete realities. Like ethnographic surrealism itself, Flokimothèque has a utopian political dimension, one which sends ripples across the surface of the Real in the process of exposing the actual multiple simultaneous equivalent realities of a world capable of producing such a diversity of cultural objects and events." Tony Herrington, Wire.