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13 MAY 2015

Sonia Delaunay: a retrospective exhibition at the Tate Modern

Tate Modern: The EY Exhibition: Sonia Delaunay, 15 April – 9 August 2015.

Sonia Delaunay. Hélice, décoration pour le Palais de l’Air, Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques, Paris 1937. © Pracusa 2013057. © Skissernas Museum, Lund, Sweden/Emma Krantz.

Project de Tissu Simultané n°25, France, 1924, gouache, donated by Sonia Delaunay 5 June 1966, © Les Arts Décoratifs.

Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979). “Rythme couleur” (1964), oil on canvas, Paris, musée d’Art moderne.





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Simon Perkins
31 DECEMBER 2003

Becoming: irreducible dynamism

"Must it not be admitted that myth as a frame of classification is quite incapable of registering these becomings, which are more like fragments of tales? Must we not lend credence to Jean Duvignaud's hypothesis that there are 'anomic' phenomena pervading societies that are not degradations of the mythic order but irreducible dynamisms drawing lines of flight: and implying other forms of expression than those of myth, even if myth recapitulates them in its own terms in order to curb them? [1]"

(Gilles Deleuze & Félix Guattari, 2004)

[1] Jean Duvignaud, L'anomie. Heresie et Subversion (Paris: Ed. Anthropos, 1973)

Gilles Deleuze & Félix Guattari (2004). "A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia". Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.


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