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Endless Discussions In The Studio (8 parts)

The painter Jean-Pierre Sergent talks with the philosopher Marie-Madeleine Varet about his work.

Filmed at the artist Studio location on November 3rd 2017, image by Lionel Georges, sound by Christine Chatelet.

3 November 2017 | Duration : 12:22 | Besançon Studio | France

The artist and the philosopher are talking about the history of the paintings completed in France (1984-1991) and Montreal (1991-1993).

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3 November 2017 | Duration : 7:43 | Besançon Studio | France

The artist and the philosopher are talking about the history of paintings completed in New York (1993-1999).

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3 November 2017 | Duration : 6:46 | Besançon Studio | France

The artist is talking about the his particular silk-screening technique.

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3 November 2017 | Duration : 6:13 | Besançon Studio | France

The artist and the philosopher are talking about first silkscreen on paper printed in New York from 1994 to 1999.

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3 November 2017 | Duration : 11:28 | Besançon Studio | France

The artist and the philosopher are talking about series of Small Paper (25 x 25 cm) printed in New York: Dionysos or the organs of life (1988), Dragon Lady (2002), Ladies Of The Ants (2003), Bondage & Freedom (2003).

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3 November 2017 | Duration : 8:43 | Besançon Studio | France

The artist and the philosopher are talking about works on paper Shakti-Yoni: Ecstatic Cosmic Dances series (2017).

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3 November 2017 | Duration : 11:55 | Besançon Studio | France

The artist and the philosopher are talking about to series of works on paper : Beauty Is Energy (New York 2002) & Sky Umbilicus (France 2006). They also evoke themes of beauty and violence that are recurring themes in his work.

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3 November 2017 | Duration : 8:44 | Besançon Studio | France

The artist and the philosopher are talking about joy to create and they quotes numerous writers and texts such as: Jean Giono, The Upanishads, Romain Rolland, Henri Bergson, Antonin Artaud etc.

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