|Titre :||Parkett, 82 - mai 2008|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : texte imprimé|
|Paru le :||01/05/2008|
|Année de publication :||2008|
|Catégories :||ALTHAMER Pawel ; BOURGEOIS Louise ; HARRISON Rachel|
"The artist follows its indirectly registered whims with a steadfast fidelity that is, perhaps, the source of the remarkable potency of Louise Bourgeois's always-surprising and even shocking visual inventiveness. She does not draw the world, but pictures the imagos of our psychic life. "
"Althamer becomes a part of his medium, in both a material and spiritual sense. It is as though he invites us to share in a waking experience of lucid dreaming where ordinary rules do not apply and where we may begin to become newly absorbed by our surroundings with an acute, hallucinatory perceptiveness.
"To ask what these images want, then, is having to face the possibility that perhaps they want nothing at all, or nothing in particular. Except, of course, to stun and fascinate: to be allowed to "matter," to be taken into account, to be seen. And something in this scenario is of course reminiscent of the highly theatrical productions of rock, its quasi-ritualistic deployment of "looks" and "images" that revel in the crude, the incongruous, the over-sophisticated, and the plain stupid in short, in the big whatever. "
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