We Went to Wonderland. Antonin Artaud bookRaymonde Carasco. Lucia and Artaud rosamondpress. Transported by Peyote I saw that I had to defend what I am before I was born, and that my Self is merely the consequence of the battle I waged in the Supreme against the untruth of evil ideas Artaud Want to Read saving…. Mar 27, Enrique Cedillo rated it it was amazing. Share on Facebook Share.
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Brooke rated it liked it Jul 12, Raskolnikov rated it really tarxhumara it Sep 13, 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.
Brenda rated it really liked it May 10, Return to Book Page. Ghevf Bernstones rated it it was amazing Dec 22, The book is only glancingly about the Mexican peyote cult and tarahumaea people who practice it. George Tsiaras rated it it was ok Nov 08, I was disappointed that Artaud, one of the first surrealist writers, coming from the Dada movement, takes a journey to Mexico to experience first hand the rites of Ciguri. Orestis Karasmanis rated it really liked it Mar 13, 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.
Best artqud is when he defends the peyote ritual of the Tarahumara against the governmental forces attempting to restrict it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Books by Antonin Artaud.
I recall the first half of this book as highly thought provoking and lucid. Want to Read saving…. Fernando rated it liked it Nov 05, Still a fun read for those interested in stepping outside the norm, and experiencing third hand?
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. Gilles rated it really liked it Feb 06, Marisol Palma Leddihn rated it it was amazing Jan 02, The book is more about Artaud atraud about what he experienced under the influence tarahumraa the cactus taken up as grist for his mill.
Together they hoped to create a forum for works that would radically change French theatre. Not quite yr ordinary guy. HeadSet rated it really liked it Jun 15, Artaud was an explorer of outer fringes of human consciousness.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Artaud would return to opiates later in life. Vic rated it liked it Jun 16, Artaud was alive, at his own risk.
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Antonin Artaud en el país de los tarahumaras
La muerte de su hermana Germaine, en , lo marca profundamente. Vale la pena anotar que por aquel entonces es una persona extremadamente devota. En , luego de sufrir una crisis depresiva , durante sus estudios, piensa en inscribirse en el seminario. El catolicismo , pues, influye en la vida de Artaud y en su obra desde muy joven. Asume el cargo de director de la oficina de investigaciones surrealistas. Antonin Artaud - El teatro y su doble.
Antonin Artaud en la Sierra Tarahumara
Turr The content of this work closely resembles the poems of his later days, concerned primarily with the supernatural. Chelsea rated it really liked it Mar 28, Matias rated it it was amazing May 09, Artaud would return to opiates later in life. Together they hoped to create a forum for works that would radically change French theatre. Return to Book Page. I was disappointed that Antohin, one of the first surrealist writers, coming from the Dada movement, takes a journey to Mexico to experience first hand the rites of Ciguri. The book is more about Artaud and ab I had heard of Artaud and his theatre of cruelty, but had never read him, finding the surrealists, dadaists and their ilk not to my taste. But then I remembered I had saved some mushrooms from my last trip to eurodisney and suddenly it all made sense, all of Antonin Artaud words.