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English title: To Have Done with the Judgment of God '' Artaud lived with his neck paced firmly in the noose Eyes black with pain, Limbs in cramps contorted The theatre and its double The void and the aborted'' That book had me so interested I even read the chronography listed at the end and I never do that.
I had to read this in Greek and although it is my first language I still had to go back and reread almost every sentence in order to grasp the meaning behind each word.
Artaud's language i English title: To Have Done with the Judgment of God '' Artaud lived with his neck paced firmly in the noose Eyes black with pain, Limbs in cramps contorted The theatre and its double The void and the aborted'' That book had me so interested I even read the chronography listed at the end and I never do that.
Artaud's language is extremely simple and frugal in expression but awfully loaded with notions that seem intricately private.
As if he is the communicator of the vast mysteries of this universe yet he allows you a glimpse of what that may look like through the human language. His mind must have been an extremely loud place, every idea fighting to prevail, provocatively and freely.
Did you know that while institutionalized, Antonin Artaud was closely examined by Jacques Lacan himself? I wonder what he thought about Antonin's severe condition at the time. In this small book, which is actually a recorded broadcast for a French radio station and then got canceled due to profanity, he writes about society, god and the body.
He is, in fact, the first one to introduce the idea of ''a body without organs'', later used by Deleuze, to describe the only state a human being can actually be free, given that it is the body and not the spirit that cannot ever be eliminated from the state of existence.
Definitely looking forward to reading more of his works. The lyrics at the beginning come from a Bauhaus song. Yes, the first time I heard of Artaud was through them. You can find it here View 2 comments. Nov 11, ilknur a. Dios de mi vida. Non lo sappiamo.
Es una de esas personas que en su oscuridad muestran su luminosidad, y este libro es la prueba de ello.
I'm not even going to claim that I fully understood what Artaud was trying to tell with this work. In the first part, he attacks American capitalism and the rituals that come with the western lifestyle. Artaud himself has spent some time in Mexico, taking part in obscure rituals with the Tarahumara people. Much like Henri Michaux , he was also involved in the use of many psychedelics, most notably the 'writer's drug' mescaline.
Without a doubt, the language here is very strong. The message, however, is up for discussion. I felt as if denouncing the world is easy; giving an alternative vision, however, is much harder. Artaud doesn't really manage to convince me of the virtues of primal instinct; mainly because his writing is so very incoherent and rambling.
As a poetry collection, however, 'Pour en finir avec le jugement de dieu' is quite exquisite, both in rhythm as in ideas. There's a ton of great lines, which makes this book a fast and amusing read, but not one which should be taken all too seriously in its own right. Fascinating literature, quite magical, quite strange.
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Readers also enjoyed. About Antonin Artaud. Antonin Artaud. Antoine Marie Joseph Artaud, better known as Antonin Artaud, was a French playwright, poet, essayist, actor, and theatre director. Considered among the most influential figures in the evolution of modern drama theory, Antonin Artaud associated himself with Surrealist writers, artists, and experimental theater groups in Paris during the s.
When political differences resulted in him breaking from Antoine Marie Joseph Artaud, better known as Antonin Artaud, was a French playwright, poet, essayist, actor, and theatre director. Together they hoped to create a forum for works that would radically change French theatre. Artaud, especially, expressed disdain for Western theatre of the day, panning the ordered plot and scripted language his contemporaries typically employed to convey ideas, and he recorded his ideas in such works as Le Theatre de la cruaute and The Theatre and Its Double.
Artaud believed that theatre should represent reality and, therefore, affect the audience as much as possible, therefore he used a mixture of strange and disturbing forms of lighting, sound, and other performance elements. Artaud wanted to put the audience in the middle of the 'spectacle' his term for the play , so they would be 'engulfed and physically affected by it'. He referred to this layout as being like a 'vortex' - a constantly shifting shape - 'to be trapped and powerless'.
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Para Acabar con el Juicio de Dios