Monthly Archives: February 2012

“Towards the end of the fifties, Nitsch experienced the death of language, its reduction to mere forms deprived of direct reality. His first actions in the sixties were formulated from a desire to make the spectator live directly, to make … Continue reading

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Notes On DANIELLE COLLOBERT’S AUX ENVIRONS D’UN FILM: POETIC WRITING ON THE BRINK OF CINEMA by Christophe Wall-Romana

(from Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, Vol. 9, No. 3 September 2005, pp. 265-273) “…the psychosexual entanglement of experience with alterity” “personal and esthetic choices: her mathematically exact point final is, after all, ultimate proof of the poet’s attention to … Continue reading

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Notes from ART IN THE DARK by Thomas McEvilley

“This involves a presupposition that art is not a set of objects but an attitude toward objects, or a cognitive stance (as Oscar Wilde suggested, not a thing, but a way.) If one were to adopt such a stance to … Continue reading

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