Țintă fixă: Lavinica Mitu, „Bărbatul fără cap”

Emilia Faur

Frica are cap(ăt)

„All the fetishes were used for the same thing. They were weapons. To help people avoid coming under the influence of spirits again, to help them become independent. They’re tools. If we give spirits a form, we become independent. Spirits, the unconscious…, emotion—they’re all the same thing. I understood why I was a painter (…) Men had made those masks and other objects for a sacred purpose, a magic purpose, as a kind of mediation between themselves and the unknown hostile forces that surround them, in order to overcome their fear and horror by giving it a form and an image” (Picasso)1

Cum arată abandonul prin ochii unui copil? – asta este, îngroșând tușa, povestea plină de frici, cazne, candoare și zbucium spusă de Lavinica Mitu în Bărbatul fără cap2.

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