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Looking at South African filmmaker and photographer Lyall Coburn’s work is the same strange mix of home comfort and sense of being watched as digging through old VHS tapes in a haunted family attic. His photographs are like listening to Elvis Presley’s 'Blue Hawaii' more than half a century later, when Elvis’ voice is still bubbly-sweet surf, yet a cultish undertone ripples throughout. Coburn is a visitor in an abandoned motel, a nostalgic time-traveler stuck in a 1970’s road trip, and in his films, a fly on the walls of the beautiful and disturbed. - Waste Magazine.