From Ross Lipman's "personal ethnographies" series, an informal visit with legendary filmmaker Bruce Baillie at his home on Camano Island in Washington State.
"From the lone transcendent biker riding the two-lane highway of nightmares in 1964's Mass for the Dakota Sioux to 1970's Quick Billy, Baillie blazed a path through nothing less than the American consciousness itself, closing the cycle with the Quixotic epigram "Ever Westward Eternal Rider!" As the admonishment warns, the journey continues, and endpoints are illusionary - only movement is of essence. --"Whither Bruce Baillie?", Ross Lipman, 2010