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The outer limits of read-ability

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posted on 2008-01-01, 00:00 authored by Dirk De Bruyn
This is a 20-minute presentation that involves 3 simultaneous 16mm film projections and live performance of sound poetry, which addresses issues of traumatic effect and affect. The Outer Limits of Read-ability extends the concerns of my earlier film, entitled Traum A Dream (Australia, 2003), into the immediacy of the performance situation. Traum A Dream has been described as “a representation of traumatised space, depicting a person who is consumed by a body of pain in which slowly something is remembered.” The Outer Limits of Read-ability enlists the strategies of experimental film, direct cinema, and punk, while invoking Artaud's notions of “cruel performance”

History

Event

Interrogating trauma: arts & media responses to collective suffering (2008 : Perth, W.A.)

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Interrogating trauma: arts & media responses to collective suffering

Location

Perth, W.A.

Place of publication

Perth, W.A.

Start date

2008-12-02

End date

2008-12-04

Language

eng

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Publication classification

J2 Minor original creative works; JC4 Curated exhibition or event - Other

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2008, Dirk De Bruyn

Extent

1 live presentation (20 min.) : sd + live poetry performance

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