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    Chapeau de Napoléon
    September 11th 2009
    9:30am – 6pm
    During the 18th century Neuchâtel was a place of calico-print production – coloured textiles notably used as currency in the African slave trade. Destined to be traded against human beings, they had to seduce African tribal chiefs. At that time they represented a reinterpreted and imagined Africanness.
    What are the forms of representation of the foreigner today?
    Have they evolved?
    The symposium will follow several leads to answer these questions.

    Notes sur la nature de l’art

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    Le grand voyage, un pont entre science et art

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    Visite guidée

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    Visite guidée de l’encyclopédie

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    The Gospel according to Matthew

    Neuchâtel’s Dürrenmatt Centre
    Pier Paolo Pasolini exhibition – Qui je suis
    September 6th 2009 

    A round table around the Pasolini film, with Hervé Joubert-Laurencin, writer, Pierre Bühler, theologian, and Vincent Adatte, film critic and co-director of Passion Cinéma. The exhibition highlights the versatility of Pasolinian display as expressed in the unending transit from one mode of expression to another (poetry, narrative, novel, essay, newspaper column, scenario, theatre, drawing/painting, comics, film). In parallel, one may follow the evolution of the artist’s ideas and his perception of the periphery. It will also be a question of seeing how Pasolini came to grips with the fundamental orientations of this biblical text. 

    Visite du Musée Rousseau

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    Septembre 2009


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