By Philippe Thiebaut
Художественный альбом посвященный "Замку Беранже" - одному из творений знаменитого парижского архитектора Гектора Гимара.
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The scintillating glamour of cut, engraved, painted, smoothed, and polished objects, glistening and brilliant, supersedes all other description. We return to the market through a decrescendo via the great grinding machines grotesquely elided with the human, comically full of ‘aVectations’ for Martineau (p. 36), ‘creatures struggling to get free’ for the Leisure Hour (p. 61), and polishing machines, whose deWcits are smoothed by women in erotic motion and tended by boys red with rouge like Red Indians (Dickens and Wills, p.
Without close attention, the minutiae of this operation eludes the eye, so quickly is it performed . . and so quickly is the whole process carried forward, that one workman can form the necks of bottles while three others are employed in moulding’ (Exhibitor, pp. 70–1). Second, the manual execution of the task and its description in writing are incommensurate. The Exhibitor continues: ‘This operation, so long in telling, and apparently so complex, is the work of about three minutes! . ’ The ‘marvellous rapidity and certainty’ of Crown glassmaking, so that ‘a spectator had need to make good use of his eyes to understand what is going on’ is also stressed by the Leisure Hour.
The glass factory visit included a number of sequences, not invariably present or always in the same order and sometimes conXated, but constituting eight recognizable narrative phases. These eight phases were: induction, the entry into unfamiliar industrial territory by the stranger narrator; the journey through factory space and the unfolding discovery of technological process; a short history of glass (three reports quote Johnson on glass) and its modern-day constituents; the journey into darkness and the central drama or crisis of the furnace heat—this was the climax of the narrative, and Wgured as a passion, as I have observed—the infernal choreography of workers round the furnace; the magical skill of the glassworker; the emergence of a Wnal glass artefact as commodity; the movement of safe return to familiar territory.
Le Castel Beranger by Philippe Thiebaut