福居伸宏 Nobuhiro Fukui https://fknb291.info/

CRACKLE OF TIME [Official Trailer] English - YouTube

KNISTERN DER ZEIT - CHRISTOPH SCHLINGENSIEF UND SEIN OPERNDORF IN BURKINA FASO (Crackle of Time - Christoph Schlingensief and his Opera Village in Burkina Faso)
A film by Sibylle Dahrendorf, D 2012, 106 min - at cinema!

With Christoph Schlingensief, Diébédo Francis Kéré, Aino Laberenz, B. Henri Kéré, Stanislas Meda, Thierry Kobyagda, Thomas George, Celina Nicolay, Familie Sidibé, Familie Diallo, Ensemble VIA INTOLLERANZA II

An African Bayreuth? An Opera in Burkina Faso?
Christoph Schlingensief, the German film, theatre and opera director had a vision for an opera village in Africa. Despite cancer, he made trips to Burkina Faso, such was his devotion and conviction. "Crackle of Time" tells the story of the impossible project: To build an opera village in Burkina Faso, a space combining art and life, with a school, theatre, hospital, living quarters, a football field, a lunchroom. Schlingensief wanted everything what it needs to live and survive. Everything in one place. From the initial location search in May 2009 and the Groundbreaking in February 2010 to the emergence of the school the documentary take us up close to the german artist Christoph Schlingensief and his architect Diébédo Francis Kéré who originally comes from Burkina Faso. But then everything changed.
Christoph Schlingensief died in August 2010.
Death played a role from now on. After a period of stillstand the team of the opera village went on. The documentary get behind the vision of the 'opera village' and witness the struggles and hurdles. In October 2011 the school could celebrate its opening.

Last year Christoph Schlingensief was posthumously awarded the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale for his stage installation, "fluxus oratorium -- church of fear" in the German pavilion.

Film distribution: Filmgalerie 451
Production: Perfect Shot Films
Coproduction: ZDFkultur, ORF and Goethe Institut

All cinemas and more information about the film: www.filmgalerie451.de

More about Operndorf Afrika: www.operndorf-afrika.com/de/startseite.h­tml


◇ クリストフ・シュリンゲンジーフ「外国人よ、出て行け!」(水牛健太郎) - ワンダーランド wonderland

◇ Christoph Schlingensief, TERROR 2000, Padiglione Germania - YouTube

Biennale 2011, Padiglione tedesco -Giardini

The German Pavilion, composed of works of Christoph Schlingensief, was awarded the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale 2011! The work of Christoph Schlingensief represents German's entry at the Venice Biennale 2011 (June 4th - November 27th)! Filmgalerie 451 is responsible for the film part: every day, 6 films will be screened in new, digitally-restored HD versions inside the German Pavilion - many of them for the first time with English subtitles: Menu Total, Egomania, 100 Years Adolf Hitler, The German Chainsaw Massacre, Terror 2000 and United Trash!


◇ Christoph Schlingensief Retrospective at MoMA PS1 - YouTube

◇ Christoph Schlingensief & Patti Smith talk "art & religion" - YouTube


"als chris­toph schlin­gen­sief 2005/06 sein film­pro­jekt „af­ri­can twin towers" in na­mi­bia dreh­te, war pat­ti smith ei­ne der mit­wir­ken­den. bei­de, pat­ti smith und chris­toph schlin­gen­sief, sind mit ar­bei­ten in der aus­stel­lung „spu­ren des geis­ti­gen. tra­ces du sa­cré" ver­tre­ten. beim talk „art & re­li­gi­on" am 14. de­zember im haus der kunst spra­chen sie über kunst und re­li­gi­on, über spi­ri­tua­li­tät, schei­tern und ver­lust."


◇ Дидрих Дидрихсен "Кристоф Шлингензиф и миф о провокации" 14 ноября 2013 года - YouTube

ГЦСИ, программа "Теоретические исследования по культурной антропологии". Лекция Дидриха Дидрихсена "Кристоф Шлингензиф и миф о провокации" 14 ноября 2013 года
Language: English

Christoph Schlingensief and other theatre and performance artists have often been explained with the construction of provocation: you aim for a specific reaction of the opponent, the enemy or the public by using certain stimuli which always do the trick, to make them want you to shut up. But shuting up making someone to shut up, censorship in general is only a small part of a larger mechanism: the minimization of discourse, the reduction of the vocabulary - not seen from the perspective of a rich, expressive subject or a lively, public debate, but form the persective of the richness of discourse itself, indenpendently of a possible usage of this richness, before and beyond the exploitation of discourse. In this talk Diedrich Diederichsen describes Schlingensief not so much as someone who aims for certian reactions and results, but as someone who aimed for an enlargement of discourse, without calculating with any instrumental results or legitmizing his project by its results.


◇ UbuWeb Film & Video: Christoph Schlingensief

>>>Schlingensiefs Container: Ausländer raus - YouTube

Ein Kunstprojekt des bereits verstorbenen Künstlers Christoph Schlingensief.
Ort: Wien
Jahr: 2000



Flash burns and shadows at Hiroshima, nine months later (silent, color, HD) - YouTube

US military film made in Hiroshima, Japan, in March and April 1946. The goal of the film is to show the way in which the intense heat of the atomic bomb dropped on the city in August 1945 created "burned in" shadows very far from the explosion itself. There is also considerable footage of the damage from the bomb.

Notable shots, captions from the official "shot list":
00:36 - Flash burn shadow cast by a bolt on the west side of a desulfurization tank located on the western side of Gas tank. The bolt is moved upwards to show shadow cast on side of tank
01:12 - Iron ladder leaning against a boiler shows shadow cast by the sun. Iron ladder shown above is now removed by a Japanese workman in order to reveal shadow detail caused by flash burn. Several angles were taken in order ti show clearly the difference between Atomic shadow and Sun shadow.
01:29 - Shut off valve wheel shadow cast on side of tank.
03:06 - Another ladder.
03:33 - Shadow cast on the side of gas holder by bamboo ladder which was leaning against the tank at the time of detonation of the bomb. The detail of the shadow is exceptionally clear and reveals that the third rung from the top of the ladder was broken. The shadow was cast by the upper section of the ladder. Much of lower section of the ladder and tank were not exposed by flash since they were hidden by adjacent building.
05:14 - Storage tank showing rain water which has collected in a compressed section of the tank with flash burn and shadows cast by the camouflage netting surrounding it.
08:32 - Side of a railroad coach shows blistering effect caused by flash burn; car located in Marshaling Yard, Hiroshima.
09:40 - Several extreme close up shots showing effect of flash burn on a red berry bush, located approx. 7275 feet from zero.
10:26 - Japanese male is shown sitting on granite steps at the entrance to Sumitomo Bank which is located approx. 925 feet from zero at 106 degrees. This scene reconstructs as faithfully as possible, the position of an individual facing towards zero at 1:14 AM on the morning of August 6, 1945. Zoom down showing the shadow of the departed man's buttocks etched on the granite steps. It is interesting to note that his right ankle casts a shadow on the steps, but since his left foot was resting on the surface of the step no corresponding shadow was cast on perpendicular faces of the step.
12:41 - Showing flash burned east wall of small concrete tower on top of G wing of building 95 with a length of lumber resting in its' original position. A Japanese boy holds the wood out of position in order to show the shadow cast in the wall. It is interesting to note that a piece of straw rope attached to the piece of wood was not ignited by the flash.
13:41 - A series of shots showing the effect of flash burn on the paint of a 1925 Ford Sedan, whose location at the time of detonation of the bomb was unestablished. These shots include a shadow cast by an exhaust pipe on the right side of the car. The car was converted to a charcoal burner before it met its' doom.
14:26 - Bridge No. 20 to illustrate relationship of sun shadow and shadow cast by flash rays from Atomic bomb which cast shadows of lefthand railings onto the asphalt, also a shadow of a man pulling a cart was transposed into the concrete. The above scene re-created to show the real shadow of the man, cart and occupant

Silent, but haunting. From the National Archives (342-USAF-11077). More nuclear history at http://nuclearsecrecy.com/blog/


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◇ 広島 – Hiroshima | Japan Air Raids.org

広島 – Hiroshima

The following photographs are from the Still Picture section of the U.S. National Archives located in College Park, Maryland. Suggested reference format: U.S. National Archives, RG-342-FH-[photograph number at end of title], via JapanAirRaids.org.


◎ Japan Air Raids.org

◇ Page 1 ‹ WWII US Air Force Photos - Fold3 Viewer

◇ 地区 "皆実・宇品地区" で 31 件検索されました。 - 平和データベース

ヒロシマの記録 原爆被災写真|原爆記録写真|ヒロシマ平和メディアセンター

原民喜「永遠のみどり」 - 青空文庫 Aozora Bunko




『誰にも見えない、匂いもない』by ランキン・タクシー - YouTube

作詞・作曲:白浜 隆
歌・語り :ランキン・タクシー



◇ 誰にも見えない、匂いもない/ランキン・タクシー(ワツシ WAZCD-002) - YouTube



◇ ランキン&ダブアイヌバンド「誰にも見えない、匂いもない 2011」 - YouTube

「誰にも見えない、匂いもない 2011」
By ランキン・タクシー&ダブアイヌバンド
Words & Music: Rankin Taxi


パレーシア - Wikipedia

パレーシア(Parrhesia, ギリシャ語: παρρησία, παν(すべて)+ρησις / ρημα(発言))とは、古典修辞学で、包み隠さず話すこと、あるいは、そう話す許しを得ること[1]。言論の自由だけでなく、危険を冒してでも公益のために真理を話す義務をも意味する。