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CRASH 77 FROM PARIS WITH LOVE

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CRASH 77 FROM PARIS WITH LOVE
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“I pronounce the word ‘uprising’ and i seem to hear a murmur swelling in the distance, so far off that I cannot tell it it is the exhilarating return of some old memory or the ultimate muttering of a fading, receding voice doomed never to return”

Marie José Mondzain, 81

“What is the status of an unfinished piece of art? What and who decides if a piece of art is ‘finished?’ Is it the artist? Is it the viewer? Or is it time?”

Ramesh Nair, 83

“The total absence of artistic culture came as a shock at first, before I realized that these kids had no access to culture”

Salma Cheddadi, 97

“All the modern dynamics of representation have required the physical separation of individuals across the stage, a hierarchy of roles indicated by lighting actors and leaving the audience in the dark, the stillness of those who come to see the spectacle”

Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, 115

“Movement, moving the body, is for me one of the most fundamental sources of joy in life. Dance for me became a way of dedicating myself to movement without having to compete, like in sports”

Ida Hellsten, 128

“Arvo Pärt has a special way of hearing. He has the innocence of emotion, he knows silence, ‘structured silence’, listening to the silence”

Robert Wilson75

 

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