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Record album Ersatz, the Butterfly Museum of Tourrette-Levens (FR), Guy Peellaert, and quotations from Joseph Beuys, Georges Bataille, Lautréamont, Arthur Rimbaud and more

 
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PostPosted: Thu 22 May - 16:19 (2008)    Post subject: Record album Ersatz, the Butterfly Museum of Tourrette-Levens (FR), Guy Peellaert, and quotations from Joseph Beuys, Georges Bataille, Lautréamont, Arthur Rimbaud and more Reply with quote

Documental base as suggestion of reading the icons of the thematic dressing which places the conceptual installation of the album Ersatz in an allegoric synergy.

The frame is the real site of The Butterfly Museum --castle of Tourrette-Levens

Julien Doré's magic night (or contre-jour) portrait in the gardens of the castle is © G. de Molina J.A. Arzillier
(extracted from http://www.myspace.com/juliendoremusic)


Tourrette-Levens is situated in the mountains of Provence (South of France) --Alpes Maritimes department, near Nice (the French Riviera). The Site (English version):
http://www.tourrette-levens.org/papillons/$-Butterfly-museum/Welcome-butter…
See the dioramas --obviously the French diorama and the Exotic diorama -- and compare the sleeves:

That is the naturalized set where most photos and Julien Doré's portraits (included the outside ones) were made to integrate the design of the cut up sleeves and for their communication.

(Clck to enlarge the icons) "The Limits" and "Ersatz" as diptych sleeve:
http://juliendoredigupelvis.level52.com/t246-The-single-Les-limites-from-th…

From the papers painted as "trompe-l'oeil" till Archimboldo as painter

http://www.museum-replicas.com/OP_LISTING.ASP?cid=1&cpage=6&SCID=

There is maybe an unpredictable supplementary correspondence with the wellknown passion of Vladimir Nabokov --eminent author of "Lolita" --as much notorious to be a Butterfly collector and a Butterfly hunter, as entomologist?

http://www.saint-tropez.fr/VieCulturelle/LaMaisondespapillons/tabid/198/Def…

Since Vladimir Nabokov
as Butterfliy hunter and as entomologist till Guy Peellaert's iconoclast graphist in rich style there can be another quotation of Ersatz sleeve concerning the book of icons 20th Century Dreams.
Peellaert is a famous Graphic designer as allegoric maker of the post-modern mythology in critical style having revisited all the artistic vanguards of his time by cut up and/or by graphic diversion (all the technics and all the fields). His most known works count several bestseller books in the world among what notoriously in the USA: Les aventures de Jodelle, Pravda la survireuse, Rock Dreams, Las Vegas the Big room, 20th Century Dreams, several reference movie posters on demand from film makers such as Scorcese, Altman, Wenders, and sleeves of albums and golden albums on demand from Pop music and Rock'n roll stars such as David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, etc. According an open post-modern deconstruction Ersatz as graphism can be too a meta-criticism of these sources by the Graphic designers Jean Adrien Arzillier and Guillaume de Molina, in agreement with Julien Doré.



Trompe l'œil from the XVIII century (frescoes and wallpapers)
The displayed sleeve of Ersatz album from Ersatz icon --XXIst-XXth C --to The Limits icon --XXIst-XVIIIth C

Source Setha (from dig up elvis forum)

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PostPosted: Tue 27 May - 14:10 (2008)    Post subject: See more to read (may be) : Joseph reading Beuys, Georges Bataille, Lautréamont, Arthur Rimbaud, and so much more... Reply with quote

  
Iconographic Ghosts and Spectral Obsessions   














See more
Georges Bataille's eye, Lautréamont's Portrait
Joseph Beuys' Hare 
and Action Coyote
Is it the Bundestadt?
  
All the sources of these links here:http://juliendoredigupelvis.level52.com/t357-Joseph-Heinrich-Beuys.htm
and there:
http://juliendoredigupelvis.level52.com/t349-Isidore-Ducasse-Conte-de-Lautr…

http://juliendoredigupelvis.level52.com/t351-Guillaume-de-Molina-auteur-exe…


(Take a magnifying glass to enlarge the panoramic)  
Rimbaud

http://media.www.dailytexanonline.com/media/storage/paper410/news/2005/10/2…


Hieronymus Bosch "The ship of Fools"
http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/bosch/fools/  

The Garden of Delights of Hieronymus Bosch (Le Jardin des Délices de Jérôme Bosch)
Directed by Jean Eustache
France 1979, film on video, color, 34 min.
With Jean-Noël Picq, Sylvie Blum, Jérôme Prieur
French with English subtitles
In this unconventional work,Eustache’s friend and collaborator Jean-Noël Picq, the happy scopophiliac of A Dirty Story, describes Bosch’s famous painting “The Garden of Delights.” Rejecting traditional readings in favor of a “pure play of the eye” over the canvas, Picq’s oblique analysis makes us wonder, ultimately, if his account concurs with or contradicts the imagery we see.


http://hcl.harvard.edu/hfa/films/2001mayjun/jeaneustache.html  


 
 



The Garden of Earthly Delights, details (1504)   

http://www.iamcultured.com/spip.php?article187  

  


  









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PostPosted: Sat 31 May - 04:49 (2008)    Post subject: On the bestiary at Lautréamont's Maldoror and on the Final metamorphosis (Canto V & VI) Reply with quote


 
Selected Poems from MALDOROR by Lautréamont (1868)
 
Translated by Sonja Elen Kisa (1998)
Illustrated by François Aubéron
 
 
FIRST CANTO  
 
Stanza 1: The Reader Forewarned  
 
 
God grant that the reader, emboldened and having become at present as fierce as what he is reading, find, without loss of bearings, his way, his wild and treacherous passage through the desolate swamps of these sombre, poison-soaked pages; for, unless he should bring to his reading a rigorous logic and a sustained mental effort at least as strong as his distrust, the lethal fumes of this book shall dissolve his soul as water does sugar. It is not right that everyone read the pages that follow: a sole few will savour this bitter fruit without danger. As a result, wavering soul, before penetrating further into such uncharted barrens, draw back, step no deeper. Mark my words: draw back, step no deeper, like the eyes of a son respectfully flinching away from his mother's august contemplation, or rather, like an acute angle formation of cold-sensitive cranes stretching beyond the eye can reach, soaring through the winter silence in deep meditation, under tight sail towards a focal point on the horizon, from where there suddenly rises a peculiar gust of wind, omen of a storm. The oldest crane, alone at the forefront, on seeing this, shakes his head like a rational person and consequently his beak too, which he clicks, as he is uneasy (and so would I be, in his shoes); whilst his old, feather-stripped neck, contemporary of three generations of cranes, sways in irritated undulations that foreshadow the oncoming thunderstorm. After looking with composure several times in every direction with eyes that bespeak experience, the first crane (for he is the privileged one to show his tail feathers to the other, intellectually inferior cranes) vigilantly cries out like a melancholy sentinel driving back the common enemy, and then carefully steers the nose of the geometric figure (it would be a triangle, but the third side, formed in space by these curious avian wayfarers, is invisible), be it to port, or to starboard, like a skilful captain; and, manoeuvring with wings that seem no larger than those of a sparrow, he thus adopts, since he is no dumb creature, a different and safer philosophical course.

 

 
For those interested in a complete edition of this book, I would most recommend Lykiard's translation of Maldoror & the Complete Works of Lautréamont, in association with Amazon.

 

 

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PostPosted: Wed 22 Oct - 15:35 (2008)    Post subject: Need any more explanation? Visit this link... Reply with quote

Explanation on the semiotic set which attributes of a theme the visual ergonomics of the digipack, title Ersatz: see the chapter dedicated to Jean Adrien Arzilier in the following connection...

http://juliendoredigupelvis.level52.com/t655-Jean-Adrien-Arzilier-aka-Jay.h…
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