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"TRILOGIA ARTISITIS" ©1979-84
Creativity is understood as the effort of an individual to produce an original work, e.g. an idea, an image, a concept etc. The term "creativity" is usually encountered as artistic effort. However, in "the arts" the demand is to create an object using a heighten, sometimes ecstatic, psychic or spiritual experience that brings forth an expression representing the individual's condition and faculties. The psychological functions involved in the creative process are sensation, feeling, thinking and intuition. "TRILOGIA ARTISITIS" explores those functions in the artistic expression of three artists : A. Giacometti, F. Bacon and M. Duchamp.

THE PALACE AT 4 a.m.
a performed monologue on the work and philosophy of Alberto Giacometti inspired by his interviews with James Lord.

RROSE SELAVY & CO
a semi-theatrical performance based on the text of "THE GREEN BOX" and the so called "large glass" work by Marcel Duchamp.
STUDY FOR A PORTRAIT
a dramatic exercise extracted from the paintings of Francis Bacon and his interviews with David Sylvester.
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