Papyrus about Avant-Garde movements on Yareah magazine

SUMMER IN AVANT-GARDE WORDS- VERANO EN PALABRAS VANGUARDISTAS.

1.-  What would a Dadaist author say about Summer? Blue ridiculous, red beach of riding clouds, liquid sun in the interior of my toilet. There are not reasons, not rules, not truths. Bourgeoisie is a cancer, wars are a business and businesses are a grey stomach. I am an outsider who likes clowns, who is a green clown in a pink gallery: buffoonery is the only word, my perfect word.

– ¿Qué diría un autor Dadaísta del Verano? Ridículo azul, playa roja de nubes que cabalgan, Sol líquido en mi cuarto de baño. No hay razones ni reglas ni verdades. La burguesía es un cáncer, las guerras un negocio y los negocios un estómago gris. Soy un marginal a quien le gustan los payasos, que es un payaso verde en una galería rosa: bufonada es la palabra, mi única palabra.

 

2.- What would Summer say about Apollinaire? Poetry is that snake which bites its tail.

– ¿Qué diría el Verano sobre Apollinaire? La poesía es la serpiente que se muerde la cola.

 

3.- What would Summer say about Eugene Ionesco? It is always more absurd a season than a character, it is always more real a scenario than my rays, it is always an author behind the curtains. Autumn will come and your plays will be applauded again. “The Bald Singer”, “The Rhinoceros”, “The chairs”… Mr. Winter likes them, the same as Mr. Spring is waiting for me, for my warm absurdity.

– ¿Qué diría el Verano de Eugene Ionesco? Siempre es más absurda una estación que un personaje, siempre más real un escenario que mis rayos, siempre hay un autor detrás del telón. El Otoño vendrá y tus obras serán aplaudidas de nuevo. “La Cantante Calva”, “El Rinoceronte”, “Las Sillas”… Al Invierno le gustan, igual que la Primavera está esperándome, esperando mi calor absurdo.

Read the rest of the papyrus on the pdf of Yareah magazine/September.

http://www.yareah.com

Yareah magazine is a cultural bilingual (English-Spanish) magazine. You can find on its pages a lot of different articles about the avant-garde movement in both languages.

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