1. MARIENBAD REVISITED

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    And so art is everywhere, since artifice is at the very heart of reality. And so art is dead, not only because its critical transcendence is gone, but because reality itself, entirely impregnated by an aesthetic which is inseparable from its own structure, has been confused with its own image. Reality no longer has the time to take on the appearance of reality. It no longer even surpasses fiction: it captures every dream even before it takes on the appearance of a dream. Schizophrenic vertigo of these serial signs, for which no counterfeit, no sublimation is possible, immanent in their repetition-who could say what the reality is that these signs simulate? They no longer even repress anything (which is why, if you will, simulation pushes us close to the sphere of psychosis). Even the primary processes are abolished in them. The cool universe of digitality has absorbed the world of metaphor and metonymy. The principle of simulation wins out over the reality principle just as over the principle of pleasure. baudrillard simulations

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    • Seoul Fiction, 2010

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      Seoul Fiction 2010 | Super16mm Film on HD, Sound | Korean with English subtitles | 15’ Co-produced with Samuso:, Seoul Seoul Fiction follows an old couple on a bus-ride to visit their children in the city. They move from countryside (Gonju area and the ‘future’ capital city Sejong) to the big city (present capital Seoul), passing endless bed-cities and suburban apartment complexes. Buildings that resemble each other, expressing the rise and transformation of South Korea in the recent years. Observing through the bus window the changes of landscape, reflecting on these changes of the city and the country. A reality that looks abstract and a past that is in the future. A re-examination of history and the re-writting of it. The journey refers to Ozu’s “Tokyo Story” (a film in which a journey itself is not shown), the set as a reference to Tati’s “Playtime” and its ‘Tativille’. Both films express the rapid changes of society in their respective time and country; uncertainty and abstraction that changes and progress bring along. A reference to Resnais’ “Last Year in Marienbad” where the line between the past, present and future disappears and blurs. It is the final part of the trilogy on memory together with “A Short-Story on Forgetting and Remembering” and “Norwegian Woods”. Exhibitionlist 2013 Disturbances in the Structure, Art Today Association for Contemporary Art, Plovdiv (BG) Moving On Asia: Towards a New Art Network, City Gallery, Wellington (NZ) 2012 City Within the City, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne (AU) 2012 Gwangju Bienniale, Gwangju (KR) 2012 Anderenorts, rotor, Graz (AT) 2011 Taishin Bank Foundation for Arts and Culture, Taipei (TW) 2011 City Within the City, Artsonje Center, Seoul (KR) 2011 Yebisu International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions (screening), Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography (JP) 2010 Platform 10, Samuso: and Artsonje Center, Seoul (KR)

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      • Lo que vemos, cómo lo vemos

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        "L'année dernière à Marienbad" (Alain Resnais, 1961) X: Me ha seguido hasta aquí para poder enseñarle... esta imagen. ¿Ve? Puede distinguir el movimiento del hombre y el gesto del brazo de la joven a la izquierda, pero hace falta estar al otro lado para ver cómo el hombre impide que la mujer avance. Él nota algo, algún peligro, sin duda, y ha extendido su brazo para detenerla. M: Creo que puedo explicarle la escultura de manera más precisa. Representa a Carlos III y a su esposa pero, por supuesto, no es actual. Es el juramento antes de la Dieta, en el juicio por traición. El vestuario clásico es sólo una convención.

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        • Marienbad 2013

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          from Alexey Shimanskiy / Added

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          The adventures of Anna and Gleb in Marienbad.

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          • The Conclusion - Katie Peyton

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            The Conclusion is a supermodern conversation about art, history and the end of the world. Peyton examines Alain Resnais’ avant garde film “Last Year at Marienbad,” readdressing the ambiguous nature of the original plot through a chaotic discourse on contemporary life, social relations and spectacle. This psychological dual between a man and a woman engages the viewer in a hyperspatial dialogue, where silhouettes of the future reveal the intelligent ruins of a civilization and the reverberations of collective artistic memory.

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            • MARIENBAD - Erste Begegnung

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              from Christian Ruhm / Added

              Musik: IvyEnsemble www.ivyensemble.com Sara Maria Rilling - Bratsche Rainer Fox - Sopransaxophon Fotografie/Editing: Christian Ruhm (c) 2013

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              • MARIENBAD - Ankunft

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                from Christian Ruhm / Added

                Musik: IvyEnsemble www.ivyensemble.com Sara Maria Rilling - Bratsche Rainer Fox - Sopransaxophon Fotografie/Editing: Christian Ruhm (c) 2013

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                • Springbrunnen 2012

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                  • Opera Theater Oregon - You're Still as Beautiful

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                    from Clara Weishahn / Added

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                    You’re Still as Beautiful …a new adaptation of Claude Debussy’s masterpiece Pelléas et Mélisande Debussy’s sumptuous and evocative legend is recast as a web of flashbacks, delusions and fantasies: what if Pelléas merely imagined his love affair with Mélisande? STARRING Jena Viemeister as Mélisande Matthew Hayward as Pelléas Benjamin Bell as Golaud ____________ Directed by Clara Weishahn Musical Direction by Erica Melton Lighting Design by Peter West Set Design by Brian Melton Costume Design by Judith Meeker Sung in French with English surtitles May 31, June 1, 8, 9, 2012 All shows at 7:30 pm, doors at 6:30pm The Mission Theater 1624 NW Glisan St. Portland Tickets $17-20 www.operatheateroregon.com

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