Artaud


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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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que atingem as sociedades latino-americanas, o Artaud de Silviano
It marginalizes whole bodies of major work by Spero--the Paris Black Paintings, the War Paintings, and the Artaud works--that mostly precede Spero's active engagement with feminism.
"M-Birr has signed an exclusive commercial agreement with the five MFIs to provide them with the system," said Artaud. Together, these five MFIs account for 95% of the microfinance business in Ethiopia.
Both attitudes, however, fail to take into account the nature of the dialogue between readability and unreadability, between meaning and nonmeaning, that is established by Artaud's particular torquing of language.
Artaud's writings about Mexico reveal his portrayals of Mexico but also displace his European roots.
This project gains its insights from Artaud's notion of the "Body without Organs" and is further inspired by Deleuze and Guattari's interpretation of the notion.
The purpose of this intertextual study is to explore the philosophical crisis which implored Artaud and Le Clezio to seek a remedy for their immeasurable anguish in the form of a more realistic worldview that accurately articulates what it means to live in an interconnected and interdependent relationship with the rest of the biosphere.
Escritor de pensamiento surrealista, actor, director de teatro, dibujante esporadico y teorico cultural, Antonin Artaud (Francia 1896-1948) fue un critico severo de los Imaginarios racionales europeos.
"I came to Mexico to look for a new idea of man," wrote Antonin Artaud in the summer of 1936, a few months into his year-and-a-half-long sojourn in the Americas.
Literary figures discussed include Henri Michaux, Jean Cocteau, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jean Genet, Charles Baudelaire, Arthur Rimbaud, Andr<AEe> Gide, and Anotnin Artaud. The book finds echoes of French inspiration in specific works of Burroughs, Ginsberg, and Kerouac.
Artaud: "Bailo con usted sobre el tejado del mundo/alegre de vivir ..."
Materiality and Spiritless Holes: Artaud between Blanchot and Derrida