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L'Immortelle Morte de Monde

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1967

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Artist: Robert Filliou, French 1926 - 1986

Publisher: Something Else Press,

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Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift in honor of Charles Irvin Westheimer, Harvard '34 by his five children Tom, John, William, Mary, and Duffie Westheimer, 2006.284

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© Robert Filliou Estate

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L'Immortelle Morte de Monde

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Artist: Robert Filliou, French 1926 - 1986

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1967

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I congratulate hear you repeat you for confess- tlevised while ing that... You should be Thank you for informing us that... I was expecting you to say that... PINK: OK!OK! hat... Saying that Vertical Instructions The ten colors represent ten performers, numbered from 1 to 10. The performers come onstage one by one, ask- ing one another: "What are we doing here?" According to random selection (looking up the last umber of a dol- lar bill, for instance), one performer comes forward and gives a commonplace explanation for his presence on- stage (eg.. "I'm here because I'm a man. Man is good.") He will modify his explanation according to the spreading out of 5 readily-identifiable random sounds provided by the sound track. Each sound is associated with an emo- tion. For instance, when suffering is struck, the per- former contradicts himself (eg. "Man is not good.") A sixth sound means that the performer forward is re placed by the performer immediately behind him, who then proceeds to give his own explanation for his pres- ence onstage. Horizontal Instructions The 9 performers move at random behind the performer standing forwardmost. They make comments about what he says, either in words or with gestures. Each performer's comments depend upon the color of the per former immediately to his right on the stage. For in- stance, red (supposing pink is forward) will comment, if olive is to his right, "I've known for a long time that man is good." But if blue is to his right he will say, "I deny that man is good." The comments on this poster merely indicate. 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