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Friday, July 18, 2008

Theater, Cinema, Art

posted by on July 18 at 14:00 PM

In this week’s paper, Charles Mudede writes about a film that succeeds by eschewing cinema’s “fruity old aunt” (those words by Tilda Swinton), theater, Alexander Sokurov’s Alexandra.

In the department of crossover artists, I’d also like to point to Implied Violence, a performance company that this weekend begins its triptych, Our Summary in Sequence. (Details and more on IV by Brendan Kiley here.)

I got a sneak-preview image of the setting they’ve constructed for this weekend’s performances, inside a South Lake Union warehouse, and it looks like an art installation in itself.


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I dislike myth making. What's the point?

Posted by Timothy Wind | July 18, 2008 3:35 PM

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