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Artaud

Antonin ([~@]t%n[~E]). 1896--1948, French stage director and dramatist, whose concept of the theatre of cruelty is expounded in Manifeste du théâtre de la cruauté (1932) and Le Théâtre et son double (1938)
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Artaud valued Mexico as a country where the repressed life force was liberated and he idealized the revolutionary situation in Mexico City and exalted the Peyote rite in the Sierra Tarahumara.
This cryptic text acts as the inspiration for Kiefer's own hermetic works, which abound in mysteries of their own, referencing, amongst others, Paracelsus, the seeker of hidden knowledge, the secret mystic order of Rosicrucianism, the Golem, the notoriously cruel Roman Emperor Heliogabalus who instituted the mystical cult of the sun god, as dramatised by Antonin Artaud, the chariot of Ezekiel, 'The Great Work' otherwise known as the search for the philosopher's stone, the Norse God Thor, the secret language of birds, and of course Tempelhof itself.
Drawing on a background in German philology and anticipating his eventual training as a psychotherapist, Rickels analyzes several mostly German modernist writers--Freud, Nietzsche, Kafka, Karl Abraham, Antonin Artaud, G.
2) with Artaud and Varese's collaborative but unfinished project L'astronome as the initial steps toward the total immersion of art and musk.
Antonin Artaud, Marcel Broodthaers, Guy Debord, Marcel Duchamp, Yayoi Kusama, Yoko Ono, a succession of Life magazine covers and clippings, all of them secured under Henry Moore's Reclining Figure (1935) reproduced on page one as if it were a paperweight.
Siray correctly concludes that Artaud's attempt to create a new theatrical (poetic) language uses 'the devastating force from the language that Artaud wants to destroy' (43).
In 1937 the French writer and renowned surrealist Antonin Artaud visited the Aran Islands with a very special purpose.
Hope Mohr takes on the conceptual underpinnings of postmodern dance when she performs Yvonne Rainer's Trio A at Theater Artaud in San Francisco March 4-6.
Six months before his death, Susan Sontag, who wrote reviews on Artaud, visited him.
Ballet Afsaneh at A Festival of Plays Exploring the Middle East December 6 Artaud Gallery Theater the ReOrient Forum, at the Project Artaud Theater, 450 Florida St San Francisco, CA
The title is taken from the French writer Antonin Artaud, a profound influence in the Aae50s on French composer and Adams nemesis Pierre Boulez.
Once cross-fertilized with the thought and art of Henri Bergson, Carlos Castaneda, Stan Brakhage, Andrei Tarkovsky, Maya Deren, Carolee Schneemann, Antonin Artaud, and, of course, Stanley Kubrick, these tools are extended and deployed in even more fluid and productive assemblages.