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May 27, 2008

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La Belette Rouge

I love the paradox of her quote, "I am a scientific person. I believe in psychoanalysis, in philosophy. For me the only thing that matters is the tangible."
And, I love your question, what do they call that thing that's above the subconscious? It reminds me of a favorite quote from the movie 'Barcelona" that fits the theme of your post.
Fred: Maybe you can clarify something for me. Since I've been, you know, waiting for the fleet to show up, I've read a lot, and...
Ted: Really?
Fred: And one of the things that keeps popping up is this about "subtext." Plays, novels, songs - they all have a "subtext," which I take to mean a hidden message or import of some kind. So subtext we know. But what do you call the message or meaning that's right there on the surface, completely open and obvious? They never talk about that. What do you call what's above the subtext?
Ted: The text.
Fred: OK, that's right, but they never talk about that.

badaude

Whit Stillman genius. I probably had that quote in my subconscious...
xb

La Belette Rouge

I think that the quote was above my subconcious.;-)

Milena

Hi, new to your blog. Loved this breakdown of the artist's work. Had never heard of her but now I think I'll look her up. Love the title of your blog by the way. Will come back.

badaude

I think the exhibition is moving to the Guggenheim, New York very soon - so if you're ever in the area...

gene

Hi Badaude,

I wonder if you can help me? I am planning to be in Paris in a few months, and will need to get some fairly quick (and not too expensive) framing done. Probably prepared stretcher strips as well.

So I am looking for a place (an art store/frame store/artists supply store...where I might find stock, simple frames. Could be wood or metal.

I need to know where to buy these things, and what "stock" sizes exist...to avoid custom framing.

I assume sizes at metric.

Can you steer me in the right direction?

Thanks so much,

G.

badaude

I've been thinking about this one: I'm really not a large-scale person, being devoted to Rotring, Moleskines and the occasional use of Adobe Illustrator, so don't have to do this kind of thing very often. I think you should look up Matthew Rose at Lalande Digital Art Press (http://lalandedigitalpress.blogspot.com/). I'm sure he'll be able to give you some useful ideas.

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