Volume III – 2008

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VOLUME III – 2008


Volume III, Issue 4, December 2008

On Art

The Plummet-Measured Face
Ronald Bladen: Sculpture of the 1960s & 1970s
by Mark Daniel Cohen
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The Form of Feeling
Raoul Hague: Selected Sculptures 1962 – 1975
by Mark Daniel Cohen
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Grace Bakst Wapner’s Scholar’s Garden: An East-West Aesthetic Dialogue
Grace Bakst Wapner: A Scholar’s Garden
by Sara Lynn Henry

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The World of Scholars’ Rocks
by Mark Daniel Cohen
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Foreshadowings of the Kafkaesque in Alfred Kubin’s Drawings
Alfred Kubin: Drawings, 1897 – 1909
by Jennifer Anna Gosetti-Ferencei

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On Literature

Ex-silentio Eloquence: poetry and philosophy in the middle of it
book review: The Extravagant: Crossings of Modern Poetry and Modern Philosophy
written by Robert Baker
reviewed by Camelia Elias

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On Theater

Hermann Nitsch and David Kilpatrick: A Conversation
Introduction by David Kilpatrick
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Poetry

Where’er We Tread ’Tis Haunted Holy Ground
a poem by Camelia Elias
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Poetry in Translation

5 Poems: Georges Bataille
translated by Mark Daniel Cohen
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Volume III, Issue 3, June 2008

On Art

Michelangelo
A Rage to Create
by Mark Daniel Cohen
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Michelangelo: A Selection of Poems in Translation
translated by Mark Daniel Cohen
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Out of the Heart of Light
Julie Hedrick: Awakening
by Mark Daniel Cohen

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book review: Anselm Kiefer / Paul Celan:
Myth, Mourning and Memory
written by Andréa Lauterwein
reviewed by Kevin Hart

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On Theater

Sacrificial Simulacra from Nietzsche to Nitsch
by David Kilpatrick
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On Literature

book review: The Fragment:
Towards a History and Poetics of a Performative Genre
written by Camelia Elias
reviewed by Sophie Thomas

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On Film

book review: The Death of Cinema:
History, Cultural Memory, and the Digital Dark Age
written by Paolo Cherchi Usai
reviewed by Joshua David Gonsalves

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Volume III, Issue 2, April 2008

New Section

Letter to the Editors
by Phillip Arnautoff
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On Theater

To Be Subjected to De-Subjectification
I.E., Non-Subjectified Thoughts
A Conversation with Richard Foreman
by Fulya Peker

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Requiem Aeternam Deo
Excerpt from A Play for Everyone and Nobody
Based on Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra
by Fulya Peker

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New Ancient Gestures
An Interview with Gardzienice’s Wlodzimierz Staniewski
by David Kilpatrick

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On Film

Interview with Roberto Chiesi on Pier Paolo Pasolini
by Rainer J. Hanshe
In English
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In Italian
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On Literature

book review: Anxious Pleasures
written by Lance Olsen
reviewed by Timothy Attanucci

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Poetry in Translation

Rilke: A Selection of Poems in Translation
from Neue Gedichte and Der Neuen Gedichte anderer Teil
translated by Mark Daniel Cohen

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Volume III, Issue 1, February 2008

On Music

Delusion 2.0; Harry Partch and the Philosopher’s Tone
Delusion of the Fury
Japan Society, December 7, 2007
by Philip Blackburn

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On Literature

Interview with Katja Brunkhorst
by Angela C. Holzer
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book review: Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to Nietzsche on Art
written by Aaron Ridley
reviewed by Benjamin Moritz

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On Theater

Stoic Nihilism & the Beauty of Oblivion:
A Meditation on Beckett’s Happy Days
Happy Days
BAM, Brooklyn, NY, January 8 – February 2, 2008
by Rainer J. Hanshe

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Mediated Understandings
Deep Trance Behavior in Potatoland (A Richard Foreman Theater Machine)
Ontological-Hysteric Theater, New York, January 22 – April 13, 2008
by Nicholas Birns

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Editors: Carole Viers-Andronico & Andrea Scrima.

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