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 1  Brain storm

Body = material subject and process

Self destruction/corruption

Alteration

Unsensible

Pasive Agressive atitude

Methaphorique

Simplicity

Less is more

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 3  L I B R A R Y  R E A S E R C H 

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KwaidanMasaki Kobayashi 1965

"Hoichi the Earless" is also adapted from Hearn's Kwaidan (though it incorporates aspects of The Tale of the Heike that are mentioned, but never translated, in Hearn's book).[citation needed] It depicts the folkloric tale of Hoichi the Earless, a blind musician, or biwa hoshi, whose specialty is singing The Tale of the Heike, about the Battle of Dan-no-ura, fought between the Taira and Minamoto clans during the last phase of the Genpei War. He is subsequently called in to sing for a royal family. His friends and priests grows concerned that he may be singing for ghosts as soon as he answered the call. To protect Hoichi, they write all over his body a protective manuscript known as Heart Soul and he must go outside in meditation.

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 2  P R O C E S S 

We chose the words Pycological and Body. One of the girl of our group had the idea to paint herself woth white paint and to do a performence were she would paint herself black. That could be a metaphore for a lot of things because already the color white and black have a very well knonw opposed meaning (purety and corruption). It was a one day project and we couldn't loose anytime. In plus this project was quite ambitious because we needed to buy the paint, to create a setting, to make sure everything went well for our performer who was going to aplly paint on here face and body, then we needed to film it, edit it and clean up! I was the persone who filmed and editing. 

 

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Family Tree, 2000, New York, USA

I have been feeling pain on the left side of my chest for over a year, which lately seems to have gotten worse. I sense an ill omen and am afraid that something unpredictable might happen. When a mother squeezes out the last bit of her energy, a new life eventually emerges. There are numerous events in our lives over which we have no control. More culture is slowly smothering us and turning our faces black. It is impossible to take away your inborn blood and personality. From a shadow in the morning, then suddenly into the dark night, the first cry of life to a white-haired man, standing lonely in front of window, a last peek of the world and a remembrance of an illusory life. In my serial self-portrait I found a world which Rembrandt forgot. I am trying to extend his moment. I invited 3 calligraphers to write texts on my face from early morning until night. I told them what they should write and to always keep a serious attitude when writing the texts even when my face turns to dark. My face followed the daylight till it slowly darkened. I cannot tell who I am. My identity has disappeared. This work speaks about a family story, a spirit of family. In the middle of my forehead, the text means "Move the Mountain by Fool (Yu Kong Yi Shan)". This traditional Chinese story is known by all common people, it is about determination and challenge. If you really want to do something, then it could really happen. Other texts are about human fate, like a kind of divination. Your eyes, nose, mouth, ears, cheekbone, and moles indicate your future, wealth, sex, disease, etc. I always feel that some mysterious fate surrounds human life which you can do nothing about, you can do nothing to control it, it just happened.

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