“I HAVE SPREAD MY DREAMS UNDER YOUR FEET. TREAD SOFTLY BECAUSE YOU TREAD ON MY DREAMS”. WHERE VISUAL ART MEETS VERBAL ART: CONSTANTIN BRÂNCUȘI AND W.B. YEATS

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Roughly speaking, Constantin Brâncuși and William Butler Yeats lived approximately in the same period, Brâncuși, 19 of February 1876 – 16 March 1957 and Yeats, 13 of June 1865 – 28 of January 1939. They were, we may say, contemporary for some time. We do not know, for sure, if the two ever met, but we do know that Yeats knew Brâncuşi’s work through Ezra Pound. In his work, A Vision, the result of his wife’s automatic writing, as the poet himself claimed, Yeats referred to Brâncuși and precisely, this reference made me look for similarities and differences between the …


(English) THE ‘INSTANT MIX’ OF PERCEPTION IN THE POETRY OF THE NEW YORK SCHOOL

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(English) RE-IMAGINING ART IN EKPHRASTIC POETRY

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ÊTRE DE DISCOURS/ÊTRE DU MONDE OU DIALOGUE DE MONSIEUR AVEC MONSIEUR DANS LE THÉÂTRE DE TARDIEU

Posted On Jul 18 2014 by

Contemporaine du théâtre de l’absurde, la création dramatique de Jean Tardieu oscille entre l’espace vide, le degré zéro de l’écriture scénique (comme dans son poème à jouer Voix sans personne) et la représentation de l’être du monde aux prises avec l’être de discours (telle qu’elle apparaît dans Monsieur Moi, ou Dialogue de Monsieur avec un brillant partenaire). Nous allons tenter de surprendre les mécanismes par lesquels, sous la plume de l’auteur du Théâtre de chambre, les signes théâtraux composent un miroir anamorphoseur car le langage (La comédie du langage), adoptant la tonalité « humour » (La comédie de la comédie), se fait …