“12 Nights” on the display screen, “Janis” in Avignon, Present in Pompidou… This week’s preferences of the “Libé” cultural division – Salvation

Cinema

“Night time of the 12”: hell is males

Well-known, after they do not pop your eyes, the proof will blind you. La Nuit du 12 confronts one among these truths we now not see and examines the tiny hole between the banal and the unthinkable. We’re astounded to study there for the primary time that misogyny is the primary theme of thrillers. It is a re-write of the macabre biography of the male gender by our detective movies, noir novels, and miscellaneous info. Males examine murders dedicated principally by girls, by males – their fellow males. Our article.

12 Night time, By Dominik Moll with Bastien Bouillon, Bouli Lanners, Théo Cholbi (1h54)

“Kill the Beast” in free fury

Killing the Beast, matar a la bestia, is what the title of Agustina San Martin’s film invitations us to do, pushing the character younger Emilia (Tamara Rocca) to seize life by the horns. Like all first function movies, it’s certainly an introductory movie. Which creature, or what metaphor, on this beast is the query his story will ask in intense slowness, accumulating elliptical photos like many layers of expertise. Our article.

Killing the Beast Agustina San Martin with Tamara Rocca, Julieth Micolta… 1h19.

of the ebook

Lévi-Strauss, the entrances of the inexperienced gown

What’s the Levi-Strauss Dictionary? A dictionary of affection, a journey within the century, a portrait of the archaic Lévi-Strauss, the founding father of structural anthropology who lived from 1908 to 2009, an examination of the emotional shocks he skilled due to Stravinsky, Ravel, Debussy, Jewish identification – that is shortly seen as a result of Tristes The creator of the tropiques was an atheist. Nevertheless, Perrine Simon-Nahum, in her introduction to “Jew, Judaism,” says that her household’s dedication to uplifting the spirit by artwork is linked to Jewish identification. These subjects and others type an thrilling “kaleidoscope” (the Proustian phrase, and for good motive, as we’ll see) arrange below the route of Jean-Claude Monod, who particularly signed off on the presentation. Our article.

Lévi-Strauss dictionary, edited by Jean-Claude Monod, Books, 1187 p., €33.

Max Scheler, anger at work

In Heidegger’s eyes, it represents “the strongest philosophical pressure in fashionable Germany, certainly in modern Europe, and in modern philosophy”. José Ortega y Gasset sees him in “Adam’s philosophical paradise” and Ernst Troeltsch in “Catholic Nietzsche”. It’s true that within the first a long time of the twentieth century, it was a form of “pointer” for a lot of younger thinkers. Who, or to various levels, are a lot of them who have been immediately enlightened by him (his college students Helmuth Plessner and Arnold Gehlen, in addition to Edith Stein, and even Karol Wojtyla, future Pope John Paul II since he devoted his thesis to him)? From Maria Zambrano to Hans Jonas, from Hannah Arendt to Erwin Straus, Nicolai Hartmann, Martin Buber, Eugène Minkowski, Jean-Luc Marion… Our article.

Max Scheler, The Offended Man. Revised and corrected translation from German (unsigned), preface by Jean Lacoste, Bartillat, 208 pp., €20.

“A love” between canine and werewolves

Whenever you learn Spaniard Sara Mesa’s newest novel, Un amour – a creepy, deceptive, disturbing ebook (these are compliments, to the creator’s type) – you are positively considering of different readings (Joyce Carol Oates, Laura Kasischke, JM Coetzee), but additionally Les Loups -Additionally to this technique sport referred to as Garous. Maybe you’ve already performed it: members organized in a circle signify a village the place harmful creatures prowl. Some gamers are “peasant”, others “werewolf”. Our article.

Sara Mesa, Un amour, translated from Spanish by Delphine Valentin. Grasset, 208 pp., €19.50 (e-book: €13.99).

reveals

Avignon Competition: “Janis” falls into the biopic

How would you react if you happen to have been confronted by Janis Joplin for a breather in an air-conditioned room? Sure, Janis Joplin isn’t her imitation, however earlier than her dying in October 1970, to the purpose the place she was deeply moved when Me and Bobby McGee, the tune written by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster that she recorded that day, returned to singing on dry guitar an hour and a half later? Designed and directed by Nora Granovsky, Janis has this energy, this unusual energy, that portrays the deceased singer on a set, quite than presenting a form of copy, regardless of how well-drawn. Our article.

By Janis, writing and route Nora Granovsky then tour in Avignon at 11 Raspail Avenue till 29 July.

Avignon Competition: Through Katlehong in nice situation

There’s all the time a danger of vacationer flyers for Johannesburg. This entice is charming for a lot of artists of various nationalities who’re at some point invited to choreograph the colourful and historic Through Katlehong group of South African road dancers. The vitality, humor, large technical options of the play of footwork and masks, in addition to the socio-political historical past that characterizes their “pants” – a form of native home dance born in Katlehong county – typically international choreographers, all this on stage including two or three pedagogical questions just a little Okapi So as to add to: Who’re these unimaginable artists? How do they reside? The place does this loopy physicality that Tapdance weaves into tribal dances of samba and staccato come from? Our article.

Type Informs, excerpt from “Through Injabulo”, ch. Marco Da Silva Ferreira and Amala Dianor for Through Katlehong, in September at Tremblay-en-France, Dijon, Noisy-le Grand, in October in Paris (Chaillot), Albi, Toulouse, Lyon…

Aix Competition: “Moses and the Pharaoh”, the seas of all wars

It was probably the most anticipated manufacturing of the 2022 version of the Aix competition and didn’t disappoint those that got here for the occasion’s two pillars, Mozart and bel canto. But it would not simply come out of the bel canto, as Rossini’s Moses and Pharaoh was created for Salle Le Peletier, ancestor of the Palais Garnier, and introduced the good French romantic opera within the type of Meyerbeer as a lot as Verdi. Rossini wished to impress the French public by including a full act, a powerful finale – the crossing of the Pink Sea by the Hebrews – to his Mosè In Egitto, new airs and choruses, and eventually a ballet, and it was very profitable. . Our article.

Moses and the Pharaoh, directed by Giachino Rossini, directed by Tobias Kratzer. Till 20 July on the competition in Aix-en-Provence.

exhibitions

On the Pompidou Heart, Tatiana Trouvou has disorientation

Within the semi-darkness of the spacious corridor of the Heart Pompidou, the place Tatiana Trouvou’s exhibition is held, a few of her giant drawings with wormwood inexperienced or metallic grey backgrounds glow incandescent, whereas others look smoky. they camouflage their patterns within the darkness of the locations the place they’re held on the ropes. The desk volants signify obscure areas that may very well be workshops or galleries (as a result of there are image rails and artifacts), however we do not know if the exhibition is within the hanging part (there may be scaffolding). or if the challenge is left in limbo after which left to the weeds, vines and clumps of land that infest it. Our article.

Tatiana The Nice Atlas of Disorientation was discovered till 22 August on the Georges-Pompidou headquarters in Paris (75003).

Arles 2022: “Evergreen” by Lukas Hoffmann, environment friendly stock

On the identical time final 12 months, once we made displays with Christoph Wiesner, the brand new boss of Rencontres d’Arles, he made no secret of his attraction to serials and main codecs on a private stage. This brings us, fairly naturally, to Lukas Hoffmann, forty-something of Swiss-Australian descent, who after eight years of dwelling (and taking up the management) in France was based in Berlin for a very long time and is strictly what the German director noticed him in 2015. to Hoffmann. He has exhibited at Paris Photograph – additionally on the Pernod Ricard Basis, at Level du Jour in Cherbourg and at Filature de Mulhouse. Our article.

“Evergreen” by Lukas Hoffmann at Monoprix (Emile-Combe boulevard, Lamartine Sq.) till 25 September.

Arles 2022: “A feminist avant-garde” is doing very properly

Elegant, fastidiously crafted, she makes up for all the grins with a jar of jam subsequent to her face. A stale floral paper within the background. This virtually promoting portrait praises the tastes of a profitable housewife: Oh, how satisfying is canning for the winter! This {photograph} is then re-photographed in voodoo type with needles piercing the girl. On this very revealing six-shot sequence, the girl regularly disappears, as if the artist wished to solid a spell on her mannequin. Titled Destroying an Phantasm, this work actually blasts the housewife in a torture session. It additionally reveals Karin Mack, one among 126 feminine artists within the Verbund assortment, which was born in Vienna in 1940 and contains 46 male artists. Our article.

“A feminist avant-garde. Pictures and performances from the Verbund assortment”, at Mécanique générale till 25 September.

Musics

“Love, Damini”: Burna Boy accommodates a number of tubes

Initially from Port Harcourt and distantly linked to Fela, Burna Boy has skyrocketed to mainstream Everest to not convey a brand new, unique colour to pop music hitherto monopolized by British artists. he’s probably the most well-known consultant, however it’s to impose himself together with his style and peculiarities. So, the pleasant dance corridor brimming with West African rhythms and moods, a novel mix of very melodic reggae, plastic pop and r’n’b – Gambia, Ghana, Benin, Senegal – culturally anchored far past probably the most emblematic company of its predecessor. . Albums, Angélique Kidjo or Youssou N’Dour and Love, Damini very quietly continues the little miracle, Indian summer season type. Our article.

Love, Damini, Burna Boy (Warner)

Two Shells, free electrol

For just a few weeks now, digital music’s social networks have been busy with nothing however: How do two baltringues named Two Shell monopolize virtually all the media area devoted to bounce music on the event of a mini-album of simply 5 titles? and, to place it mildly, a discredited look on the stage of the Barcelona competition Primavera. The gullible and envious folks cannot take it anymore, they did not select these two wicked males to signify them, their music is disgusting, they’ve completely the worst business intentions in thoughts, that is one other blow to an enormous media conspiracy. the worst of creation. Aside from that: the actual fact is, whether or not we prefer it or not, their music is not obnoxious within the slightest. It is actually overly melodic, dizzying, utilizing well-defined tropes in dance music genres which can be finest suited to the most important rooms of techno festivals on the planet, but additionally: hyperactive, playful, overly artistic, and soulful. This British cultural exception the place we discover the aesthetic components of dubstep from the UK storage to the woods. Our article.

Icons From Two Shells (Mainframe Audio)

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