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Le concept d'utopie chez Max Frisch: Point de convergence ou rupture entre création architecturale et littéraire?

Abstract : In an address delivered in 1981, Max Frisch explicitly referred to Kasimir Malewitsch's famed painting "The Black Square" which the artist regarded as "the desperate attempt to free art from the weight of things". For Frisch also-who practiced as an architect for fifteen years before devoting himself exclusively to writing-any creative activity should be allowed to absolve itself of what Frisch termed "the grating irony of realization", to which he preferred "the scope of noncommittal possibles". In the address posthumously entitled "Schwarzes Quadrat", Frisch reasserted the liberating force of utopia, designed as a genuine project for freedom. In briefly retracing Frisch's progress between two vocations, the writer's and the architect's, we shall place emphasis on the mission which he assigned to utopia
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Edwige Flückiger-Bainier. Le concept d'utopie chez Max Frisch: Point de convergence ou rupture entre création architecturale et littéraire?. Sylvie Grimm-Hamen; Ingrid Lacheny; Alain Muzelle. Écrivains et artistes : entre échanges et rivalités (XIXe, XXe et XXIe siècles), Presses universitaires de Nancy - Editions Universitaires de Lorraine, 2019, 9782814305229. ⟨hal-02980959⟩

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