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William Kentridge: Thinking Aloud: Conversations with Angela Breidbach
William Kentridge combines political content with an individualistic mythology; photographed drawings, framed and re-photographed, serve as material for his animated films. The dialogue between Kentridge and Angela Breidbach in "Thinking Aloud" ranges from the development of central perspective in artistic space to contemporary film.
Published March 15th 2005 by Walther Konig Verlag
(first published 2005)
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“To say that one need art, or politics, that incorporate ambiguity and contradiction is not to say that one then stops recognizing and condemning things as evil. However, it might stop one being so utterly convinced of the certainty of one's own solutions. There needs to be a strong understanding of fallibility and how the very act of certainty or authoritativeness can bring disasters.”More quotes…