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Antonin Artaud

Antoine Marie Joseph Artaud, better known as Antonin Artaud (4 September 1896 – 4 March 1948), was a French playwright, poet, actor and theatre director. Antonin is a diminutive form of Antoine "little Anthony", and was among a list of names which Artaud used throughout his writing career.

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Teatralnaya Laboratoriya - Vadim Maksimov - Books
... Introduction into the system of Antonin Artaud ... The century of Antonin Artaud ... The aesthetic phenomena of Antonin Artaud ...
Cold Turkey Press
... Other publications included works by Antonin Artaud, Blaise Cendrars, Garcia Lorca, Cesar Vallejo, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Ed Sanders, Sinclair Belies, Carl Weissner, Ira Cohen, Heathcote Williams and ... his 'Fragmentations', a selection of painted stencilled texts by Antonin Artaud (suppôts et supplications), Henri Michaux, (Innards Upwards), excerpts from ... with Sea Urchins Editions first publication of a poster sized new translation of Artaud's 'Le style me fait Horreur' ...
Antonin Artaud - Bibliography
... Works by Artaud Artaud, Antonin ... Collected Works of Antonin Artaud, Trans ... Artaud, Antonin ...
... Antonin Artaud mentions the subjectile three times in his writing ... The first time Artaud used the word was in a letter to André Rolland de Renéville, ‘Herewith a bad drawing in which what is called the subjectile betrayed ... from the later English translation, which contains instead photographs of Artaud taken by Georges Pastier in 1947, the year before Artaud died ...
The Cenci - Antonin Artaud Adaptation
... Antonin Artaud staged his adaptation of Shelley's The Cenci in 1935, but his extensive use of surrealism in the performance meant that the production was ... Antonin Artaud used highly graphic and disturbing images that were meant to release the audience from their current state of mind, especially during the murder scene where the main character Count ... under the skin', an aim that was commonly used by Artaud in many of his performances ...

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    Never tire yourself more than necessary, even if you have to found a culture on the fatigue of your bones.
    Antonin Artaud (1896–1948)

    There is in every madman a misunderstood genius whose idea, shining in his head, frightened people, and for whom delirium was the only solution to the strangulation that life had prepared for him.
    —Antonin Artaud (1896–1948)