Qu’est-ce que le théâtre visuel
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TABLE DES MATIERES AMORCE .......................................................................................................2 DEBLAIEMENT PREALABLE........................................................................10 1. JEUX IDENTITAIRES. ........................................................................................................................ 10 2. JEUX DE MOTS D’IMAGES................................................................................................................. 23 3. JEU. ................................................................................................................................................. 24 L'ECRITURE ET L'IDEOGRAMME CHINOIS ................................................36 L’ESTHETIQUE CHINOISE .....................................................................42 L’ACRONYME : A.L.I.S. ..........................................................................48 A : ASSOCIATION. ............................................................................................................................... 48 L : LIEUX. ........................................................................................................................................... 50 I : IMAGES ........................................................................................................................................... 53 S : SONS (ET…)................................................................................................................................... 59 L’IDEOGRAPHIE D’ALIS .........................................................................63 LA POÉSIE À 2 MI-MOTS .......................................................................78 T’AS DE BEAUX YEUX... ..............................................................................82 REFERENCES BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES ..................................................90
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Alex Hirsch, Artist Painterly art glass inspired by the natural world.
CUSTOM WORKS, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COMMISSIONS
www.AlexHirschArt.comAlex Hirsch | 503-970-7483 | ahirsch@AlexHirschArt.com | www.AlexHirschArt.com
“The great thing about working with Alex is that she understands what we as
architectural and interior designers want to accomplish!”
—Stephen W. Domreis, AIA, LEED AP, GBD Architects
2Untitled (clinic side)
3ABOUT THE ARTIST
Artist Alex Hirsch creates Ms. Hirsch combines an AWARDS & HONORS
fused art glass inspired by intellectual rigor with intuitive
2009-04 Faculty Development Grant –her career as a painter. Her and aesthetic exploration. Her
Linfield Collegethoughtful compositions art is in many private, public
combine unexpected color and corporate collections 2008 Career Opportunity Grant –
and handsome design with both in the United States Oregon Arts Commission
minimalistic imagery to and internationally including
Guest Artist – Derix Glass
evoke mood, emotion and the United States Embassy
Guest Artist – Mayer of Munich atmosphere. The robust and (Bulgaria), Organization
light-transmitting nature of for Economic Cooperation Public Art Selection Committee –
glass allows her to translate and Development (France), Regional Arts & Culture Council
her expertise as a watercolor Hallmark Corporation
2006-05 Artist-in-Residence – painter to a scale and medium (Kansas) and Oregon
Sitka Center for Art and Ecologyappropriate for public, private Health & Science University
and commercial settings. (Oregon). Ms. Hirsch has been 2006 Faculty Artist-in-Residence –
Suitable projects include represented by galleries in Oregon School of Art and Craft
windows, doors, walls and New York, Chicago, Taos and
Newcomer Award – partitions. The glass is sourced Portland; has been shown
emerge, Bullseye Glass Companyresponsibly, easily maintained in international art fairs and
and permanent. For each juried competitions; and has 2004 Artist-in-Residence –
commissioned project, Ms. been featured in catalogs, Red Cinder Creativity Center
Hirsch considers the setting books and periodicals. Her
2001 Artist-in-Residence – and audience, her current work has been commissioned
Crater Lake National Parkthematic interests and the for both public and corporate
desires of the client. spaces. Alex Hirsch maintains
1999, 96 Fellow – Virginia Center
a studio in Portland, Oregon. for the Creative Arts
Trained at the University
of Michigan (BA, BFA) and 1995 Junior Artist-in-Residence –
Washington University (MFA), Oregon School of Art and Craft
4Highway 101
5RIDGE TO RIVER Health Services Inc./ODS, Bend, Oregon
“The ODS doors are one of the best things to come out of
this studio.” —Ray Ahlgren, Owner, Fireart Glass
“Alex came up with just the right design and kept us
informed during the process, inviting us to see the work in
progress at various stages. We were even more impressed
with the finished product, a beautiful and striking piece of
functional artwork. Alex is a pleasure to work with and I
highly recommend her for any serious art creation.”
—David L Shaffer, CFM, Director, Facilities and Purchasing,
The ODS Companies
6My client was building a flagship office in Central Oregon. They and CRAFTSMANSHIP their designers wanted a sophisticated centerpiece for the board room
that would speak to both employees and the Board of Directors. After assimilating my interviews with local
residents and hikes through the area, I decided to translate signature natural elements that evoke the
much-loved setting. —Alex Hirsch
“The doors are truly exquisite! There needs to be a new term created to describe the sumptuous, fluid beauty of
something so practical yet so purely artistic. They beg to be touched. I find it difficult to look away. Each motif
converses lightly with the other, separated only by a simple pair of modest stainless steel handles. Scrumptious.”
—Teresa Chenney, Associate, ASLA, Mayer/Reed
7UNTITLED Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon
I designed and created this privacy wall after all the site’s other aesthetic, structural FUNCTION and landscaping decisions were final. My choices complement the window mullions,
garden stones, mounded grasses, textiles and palette yet still command attention as a bold painting
composed of glass. —Alex Hirsch
“We used an artistic solution to solve an architectural oversight in our clinic.
The design and beauty of the fused glass wall provides not only a functional
solution but also an aesthetic benefit for our patients and staff. The warm and
inviting depiction of nature’s elements brings a tranquility to our waiting room.”
—Neil A. Swanson, M.D., Professor and OHSU Department of Dermatology Chairman
8“The translucent wall joyfully evokes the Oregon is to surround possibly anxious patients in a waiting
Coast, employing images of sun, sand and bubbling area with an airiness and light that in some ineffable
water. Alex makes brilliant use of the architectural way evokes serenity and hope, and to infuse the clinic
elements, views and interiors. Floor-to-ceiling side with an inspiring glow of color and light.”
windows opposite her installation open to a view of —Steve Karakashian, Ph.D., Psychologist
sky and distant hills that mirror her creation. The effect
9FOREST SCREEN Health Services Inc./ODS, Bend, Oregon
“Alex Hirsch worked
closely with me
and with our client
while developing her
artwork. She was a
great team player
throughout the entire
process and was
excited to share her
developing work along
the way. The art glass
provides an additional
sense of place to the
built environment,
reflecting the natural
surroundings of
Central Oregon.”
—Suzy Olsen, LEED AP,
GBD Architects
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