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  • Ma Jones, The Daily Dream of Colonel Kline ---
    Ma Jones THE DAILY DREAM OF COLONEL KLINE Go to next page

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  • Tthey see so well ---------------------------
    women with buckets more than a hundred of them taking gas from the tanker the big army truck stuck in the mud in that arid country desert country desolate devastated They saw it all of it on the photo and yet he gave the command to drop the bomb on the tanker He did not see the big flame he did not hear the explosion no impression of scattered limbs

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  • Creative Aging for Baby Boomers ---------------
    been examining Neoteny is the retention by adults in a species of traits previously seen only in juveniles Croning may begin at fifty these days What new possibilities begin at seventy at eighty and on We know all too well what diminishes and what ends How are we to grow into creative aging with so few pointers Since we ve thrown away or lost ancient traditions that might have helped we need to draw our own maps our own definitions of maturity What is an elder Can we define the term or do we need to live the question into our own answers as Rilke suggests in Letters to a Young Poet have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and to try to love the questions themselves as if they were locked rooms or books written in a very foreign language Don t search for the answers which could not be given to you now because you would not be able to live them And the point is to live everything Live the questions now Perhaps then someday far in the future you will gradually without even noticing it live your way into the answer Sherry Ruth Anderson s Ripening Time Inside Stories for Aging with Grace is a remarkable exploration of this new territory of personal growth Anderson s book is both her own journey into elderhood and a guidebook that brings the reader along as a friend whom she invites into her garden Having written such formative books as The Feminine Face of God and The Cultural Creatives Anderson is well qualified to articulate the first steps toward elderhood She is adept at tracing the social implications of her own investigation as it reflects cultural changes Her personal is indeed political Anderson s own questions ponderings and fears remain but now she begins to live the possibilities of elderhood P 83 Almost always when I feel my fear open up like this something unexpected happens my familiar sense of self has shifted into a deep calm and stability I feel sober and mature steady as a mountain and at the same time quite spacious and relaxed The sensibility is of one ancient and wise All of this is quite paradoxical I feel empty containing all possibilities so unformed I m no longer caught in my yesterdays so free I m miles of sky with no clouds Will I ever get over how experience changes when I don t run away from it Here my fears about getting old and losing my mind have opened to a new sense of maturity that ancient calm wisdom the perspective of an elder I wonder In her inquiry Anderson quotes some renowned elders Mary Daly in her seminal Gyn ecology writes We knit knot interlace entwine whirl and twirl And what women found she said was a place to develop their integrity and ways to break the spell of the culture s clocks As theologian Nelle Morton mused we were hearing

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  • Editorial - ---------------
    the Prague FAMU In this issue of Art in Society a summary of his book Mikrodramaturgia dokumentarizmu 1991 is presented in both English and German Even though published nearly 23 years ago Branko s analysis of documentary films and his theoretical conclusions are still relevant Microdramaturgy of documentarism remains useful although it focuses mainly on documentary films created in Eastern Europe Czechoslovakia Poland Hungary Yugoslavia prior to 1990 Students at the film academies in Prague and Bratislava are usually familiar with the book as it continues to be used as a text book Pavel Branko in 1977 Photographed by his son Vladimir Branko The photo was was initially released by Vlado Branko to Wikimedia cc sa 1 0 license now public domain according to information obtained from Vladimir Vlado Branko Art in Society takes this chance to highly recommend two other publications by Pavel Branko to our readers and to publishers outside Slovakia and the Czech Republic His Straty a nálezy 1948 1998 was published in 1999 The book contains film reviews and other texts focused on the cinema that Branko was forbidden to publish between 1976 and 1989 Blacklisted Branko published numerous of these articles under the pseudonym Daniel Tisovecký or by using the names of other prominent authors who had the good luck of not yet being blacklisted at the time Readers with a good command of Slovak or Czech who are interested in the biography of Pavel Branko are referred to his book Proti prúdu Against the Current published in 2011 Pavel Branko Mikrodramaturgia dokumentarizmu Bratislava 1991 Pavel Branko Straty a nálezy 1948 1998 Bratislava FTF VŠMU Nár centrum pre audioviz umenie 1999 225pp ISBN 80 85182 52 1 Pavel Branko Proti prúdy Against the Current Bratislava Marenčin PT Slovenský filmový ústav 2011 240pp ISBN 978 80

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  • Pavel Branko: Mikrodramaturgie des Dokumentarismus - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pavel Branko MICRODRAMATURGY OF DOCUMENTARISM go to next page

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  • Pavel Branko: Mikrodramaturgie des Dokumentarismus - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pavel Branko MICRODRAMATURGY OF DOCUMENTARISM Summary in German go to next page

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  • TONY MORGAN -
    fluxus movement working together with Daniel Spoerri and exchanging ideas with Robert Filliou Werner Nekes Hansjörg Mayer and others Love and a relationship more than the lively art scene let him go to Amsterdam in the mid1980s The last stretch

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  • going to do a performance and also show that video at the De Appel gallery then managed by Wies Smals who later I was told died in a plane crash While we were on the train to Amsterdam Tony remarked that he was going to say that the video had been done in New York a year or so ago It was clear that he wasn t taking these games seriously people involved in curating and even more those involved in marketing art works by contemporary artists for some strange reason seemed to attribute more importance to art created in New York as if this fact eo ipso guaranteed that it was avant garde stuff The people who came to the vernissage or let s say to Tony s performance and the screening of the video film entitled Herman Dances Alone were impressed probably moved by it Marina Abramovic was either so impressed by the video and or his performance or so taken in by Tony that she invited the two of us for tea and some further exchange of ideas to her and Ulay s apartment in Noord Amsterdam And I remember that on the following day all of us drove to the beach with Wies and a few others That Tony s video was remarkable and that the performance it had recorded was of a rare beauty did not escape the audience at the time Was it the intensity of the clownesque sad face the contrast of blacks and whites that made the face so expressive No one knew it was just shaving cream that created this fantastic truly surreal effect I think that as so often there was an implicit désir at the root of the act of artistic creation And as so often an accidental trigger rooted in autobiography in perhaps recent experience Yes her man was dancing alone Was the entire video film like a plea was it a song both ironic sarcastically sad like the Sainsbury s tissue song and yet heartfelt in a way a plea directed at somebody a sign somethings she might telepathically know about and that would move her to return None of this entered my mind at the time My small text was included in a mimeographed brochure a kind of exhibition catalogue that the De Appel people produced at the occasion Later when I was in Taiwan since August 1976 they still sent me their exhibition programs and I exchanged a few letters with one of the De Appel folks Martha Hawley who is also a poet I think I also asked them to sent me a copy of my text which I had lost but for some strange reason the copy they sent was incomplete C est la vie Perhaps as an aside I want to mention now that a chance factor the shaving cream song that was recorded by Benny Bell in 1948 and that was re released in 1970 and sold more than a million

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