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Diana and Actaeon
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The idea of the hyphen bridging two identities together - neo and post - through time also - hybridity and being two things at once - dual nationality.
Hyphens are used for future combinations of words and new identities also. Between feminine and masculine, marginal and major, gender, plant and animal.
additional identities are gained
focusses on language and grammar. Animated in this sense. Physical tie also
In latin the hyphen means "together" a visible mark that punctuates space.
the hyphen is performative -
Casid and the national gallery?
Political statement at the same time as the Olympic games -
Brought the Titian's together - his painting of Callisto and Diana and Actaeon.
National gallery and Olympic games. Curated by Minna Moore Ede. ANd ballet - unification of the arts. Performance, installation, and music.
how the works relate to one another in the
Casid hyphen 1:
"Ovid-Destiny" in Chris Ofili's works - Ovid is a shaping mechanism to the tie.
perhaps inequality in the hyphen.
Hyphen as unresolved.
Explores Ovid's works in a geo-political context of Trinidad culture.
Anish Kapoor Marsayas Trumpet
aesthetic-ideological work - and uneasy acitivities - increase in scale -
agent of estranging the double
- repetition as ostensibly the same
doubling and difference
Two mirrors of Orpheus by Torres.
Hyphen as a radical re-vision - to reise a text, textures and discourses, images form the inside - repositioning.
co-emergence - metramorphosis - to weave in histories that are underrepresented.
hyphening is to alter time p complicate modern and modernism and post and neo.
Hyphen 7 -
hyphen 8 -
male and female - binary oppositions to incarnate transgender. Prolongs metamorphosis and suspends it.
new forms - chimera - hybridising and recombination of existing forms - trans0generation of new forms.
To hyphen may also be performative working - practise or exercise - a solving process.
Questions the morality of the story between Ovid, Actaeon and Diana - as to whether this is on of fate, just punishment. Ovid seems to imply that Diana's actions were harsh and merciless. Different adaptations of the idea of voyeurism and despotism. Argues for a sense of morality within Ovid's tales - Even in Europa and Jove - Ovid says that the acts and desires of Gods to not mix well with mortals.
Offers a new visual analysis of Titian's work.
says it was Fate - to blame.
'a world prior to morality' before society and civilisation
Displays how Titian deviates form the story - there is penti-menti in his depiction. Modification. 1559.
Reversal of hunter and hunted - woman and men.
does titian stick to the story?
No he does not -
its was for inspiration not direct translation
one of social evolution - sterility and fecundity - partly to do with territory of mountains and the land. Shows the defeat of Diana.
concerned with time and reaction. past and present
through fate - wind and drapery - Actaeon is led to Diana.
drapery is a functional and formal - performative device - possible also foreshadowing Actaeon's death.
Actaeon's metamorphosis is experienced as the world is revealed to be in a state of 'flux'
'desire turns to horror'
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