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23 JUNE 2014

Louise Bourgeois: a conversation with Bernard Marcadé 1993

"La vieille dame qui traverse la rue au bras d'un jeune homme barbu, c'est elle, Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010), dont l'histoire nous est d'abord brossée à grands traits par le biais de photographies tirées des archives familiales. La rencontre en chair et en os a lieu chez elle et dans son atelier, à Brooklyn, où elle entreprend une exégèse de son oeuvre dans une optique résolument psychanalytique. Rythmé par la visite de quatre sculptures ou "cellules" ("Choisy", "Hands and Glass Balls", "Arch of Hysteria", "Eves and Mirrors") avant leur départ pour la Biennale de Venise en 1993, l'entretien avec Bernard Marcadé et Jerry Gorovoy est placé sous le signe de la maison (familiale et symbolique) comme matrice de l'oeuvre. Au traumatisme de base, "fissure de la cellule familiale", car le père ramenait quantité de maîtresses, s'ajoute sa moquerie quant à l'absence de phallus de la petite fille. La passion pour la géométrie aux lois immuables, l'emboîtement des pièces, devient alors recherche de perfection et ironie : démolir des formes est posé en équation avec la destruction du père. L'oeuvre, riche en retournements, émerge du discours par l'humour et la vigueur des "show–off" de mamelles ou divers phallus érigés et animalisés."

Fig.1 Paru en 1993 chez CNC [Centre national de la cinématographie], [Paris] dans la collection Images de la culture / Mémoire | Camille Guichard.

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199320th century artart work • arte video • artistbalance • Bernard Marcade • biopic • Brooklyn • Camille Guichard • Centre Georges Pompidou • destruction of the father • erect phallus • explicit sexual imageryfatherfemale artistfrancais • French artist • Jerry Gorovoy • Louise Bourgeois • memoire • New York • peeling an orange • psychoanalysis • Reunion des musees nationaux • sculptor • search of perfection • sexually explicit work • shock artshow and tell • Sunday salon • Terra Luna Films • Venice Biennale • women artists

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Simon Perkins
23 MARCH 2014

O Menino e o Mundo (The Boy and the World, 2013)

"'O menino e o mundo' é o segundo longa–metragem de animação de Alê Abreu, paulistano de 42 anos, também diretor de 'Garoto Cósmico' e autor/ilustrados de livros infantis. Para espectadores habituados a animações cada vez mais sofisticadas, aceleradas e dependentes de efeitos especiais, em um primeiro momento o filme pode causar estranheza por sua linguagem simples e econômica, ou por sua cadência tranquila, na contracorrente do mercado. Além disso, ele é atravessado por uma melancolia incomum no gênero, fazendo do olhar de uma criança veículo para uma inquietante crítica social–e confrontando o espectador com o desafio de pensar sobre aquilo que vê, coisa incomum no gênero."

(Luciano Trigo, 19/01/14)

Sofrendo com a falta do pai, um menino deixa sua aldeia e descobre um mundo fantástico dominado por máquinas–bichos e estranhos seres alienígenas. Uma inusitada animação com várias técnicas artísticas que retrata as questões do mundo moderno através do olhar de uma criança.

Suffering from the absence of a father, a boy leaves his village and discovers a fantasy world dominated by machines, animals and strange aliens. An unusual animation with various artistic techniques that portrays the issues of the modern world through the eyes of a child.

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20132D animation • Adriana Barbosa • Ale Abreu • alone in the wildernessboyBrazilchildrens book illustrationcolourfulcritical commentarydrawing • eyes of a child • fatherfilm • Gustavo Kurlat • hand-drawn animationhand-generated illustrationshand-painted stop motion animationhand-painted styleillustrationillustrative stylemodern world • Nana Vasconcelos • O Menino e o Mundo (2013) • quest • Ruben Feffer • social critique • The Boy and the World (2013) • villagervisual spectacleyoung children

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Simon Perkins
20 JULY 2011

Knallerfrauen: Das neue iPad (chopping board)

"Das neue iPad, Ältere Herrschaften haben oftmals mit neuerer Technik ihre Probleme." © SAT.1

[Humorous scene where Martina Hill discovers her father (played by Claus Dieter Clausnitzer) using her present of a new iPad as a chopping board – where he has misunderstood what the purpose of the iPad is.]

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71 Comedy International • absurd situationsaffordances • Claus Dieter Clausnitzer • comical situation • cooking • cultural significance of objectsdesign of everyday thingsdeviceeveryday lifefather • German comedy • German televisionhumouriPad • iPad chopping board • kitchen • Knallerfrauen • making sense • Martina Hill • misunderstandingnew technologyperceived affordancephysical capabilitiespreparing a mealreal affordancessensemaking • situation comedy • sketch comedytechnology affordancesuseful significance

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Simon Perkins
30 OCTOBER 2010

$#*! My Dad Says: Twitter one-liners basis of CBS television series

"Pressure? Get married when you want. Your wedding's just one more day in my life I can't wear sweat pants.'"

(Sam Halpern via Justin Halpern, 10.12.2009)

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$#*! My Dad Says • $h*! My Dad Says • 20092010 • Bleep My Dad Says • CBScitationcomedy • comedy writer • digital culture • expletive • father • Forgetting Sarah Marshall • Justin Halpern • Kristen Bell • Laughing Squid • obscenityone-liner • Patrick Schumacker • profanityquoteremediation • Rob Corddry • salty comments • Sam Halpern • San Diego • Sh*t My Dad Says • Shit My Dad Says • sitcomtelevision • The Daily Show • tweeted • TwittervulgarityWilliam Shatner

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Simon Perkins
09 OCTOBER 2003

Michaël Dudok De Wit's Father and Daughter

"A father says goodbye to his young daughter and leaves. As the wide Dutch landscapes live through their seasons so the girl lives through hers. She becomes a young woman, has a family and in time she becomes old, yet within her there is always a deep longing for her father."

(Animation World Network)

Fig.1 & 2 Directed by Michaël Dudok De Wit; Produced by Claire Jennings; Willem Thijssen; Written by Michaël Dudok De Wit; Music by Normand Roger; Denis L. Chartrand; Release date(s) 2000; Running time 8:30 minutes; Country United Kingdom; Belgium; Netherlands; Language no dialogue.

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20002D animationAcademy Awardafterlifeallegoryanimated short filmanimationboatcontemplating mortalitydaughterdeathdramaDutch animationfather • Father and Daughter (2000) • female protagonistfilmhand-illustratedhand-painted stop motion animationillustrative stylelandscapelifelossmemorymetaphor • Michael Dudok De Wit • mortalityNetherlandspathosremembrance • riverbed • seasons • sepia • sepiatone • storywatercolouryoung girl
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