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Suite Vénitienne/Please follow me

Suite V nitienne Please follow me Suite V nitienne Please follow me is a collaborative project created by Sophie Calle and Jean Baudrillard which is primarily concerned with the concept of tracing The text is comprised of the juxtapos

  • Title: Suite Vénitienne/Please follow me
  • Author: Sophie Calle Jean Baudrillard
  • ISBN: 9780941920094
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • Suite V nitienne Please follow me is a collaborative project created by Sophie Calle and Jean Baudrillard which is primarily concerned with the concept of tracing The text is comprised of the juxtaposition of two very different works an annotated photographic investigation and a scholarly analysis of that investigation Together, the two texts both articulate and performSuite V nitienne Please follow me is a collaborative project created by Sophie Calle and Jean Baudrillard which is primarily concerned with the concept of tracing The text is comprised of the juxtaposition of two very different works an annotated photographic investigation and a scholarly analysis of that investigation Together, the two texts both articulate and perform a seduction that leads readers into an awareness of their own similar investigations and analyses of the texts at hand.

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    1. Sophie Calle follows random stranger in the streets of Paris for several minutes, attempting to photograph him, but loses him several minutes later. The following evening, completely by chance, she is introduced to him at a party, during which he tells her he is taking a vacation to Venice. On a whim, she purchases a train ticket to Venice and proceeds to follow and photograph him surreptitiously in the streets of Venice, keeping careful documents on his movements. This book is comprised of thos [...]

    2. This was an interesting book, I was intrigued by it, but also found the conceit a little uncomfortable (I suppose you are meant to). I wonder how someone doing the same thing today would be received?

    3. Sophie Calle has written about what we all can’t describe, the curiosity of peeking into someone else’s life without them knowing. It’s an idea that most would shun because its a bit stalkerish; however, she dedicates her time to discover more about this mysterious man she had only met once prior, and throughout the way, she discovered more about herself (as seen in her entries). We all wonder what a friend, lover, or stranger does when they are not around you, or anyone they know. We fail [...]

    4. I studied this book in school and its one of the many intertwining influences which started me along a deep and abiding interest in security and privacy.The book itself --for some reason--is incredibly expensive--something like $324 dollars US. I doubt I'll ever own it; even though I crave to. Its so simple a concept; bold; cleverCalle's experiment was done before the advent of the modern problem of identity theft and 911; watchlists; companies buying and selling identities; nanny-state situatio [...]

    5. This is a fantastically strange little book. It documents Calle's art project of following a man through Venice. It contains a time-stamped journal, maps of her quarry's movements through the city, and black-and-white photographs of the pursuit. Although it lacks the high-stakes danger of a true thriller, this is nonetheless a thrilling read. With elements of espionage, voyeurism and obsession, Calle's book reveals a side of human curiosity that we rarely get to see firsthand.

    6. This was so interesting, a chase after a man the author hardly knows, without pretext whatsoever. The relationship or lack thereof between the observer and observed culminating in an inevitable encounter. This is an experiment in the arts which should be a part of every education in post-modern criticism.

    7. Sophie Calle followed a man she met at an art opening to Venice. She knew really only his name but was able to find him in Venice and shoot photographs of him, unbeknownst to him. This book and idea scare me, but I like how this book ends.

    8. imagine being an artist whose practice is to wear a disguise and secretly follow someone you didn't know all the way to vienna

    9. OOP, but full PDF available here: bookos/book/1001069/87b537I just saved you $85.57 (current price on Marketplace used), so please send $8.55 (10%) to me. Thanks.

    10. Sophie Calle, I love you.Calle follows a man to and around Venice, becoming ever more engrossed and paranoid in her stalking. Still reflecting on the quiet ending. Lovely lovely lovely.

    11. I read this in the space of 20 minutes. Mostly poor cord it up because the cover was so beautiful and the concept so odd. Very odd and a little screwball.

    12. a photo kind of memoir thing. real short. i read it at lunch or on the john. a lady photog follows strangers around and takes pictures of them with trick lenses. awesumness ensues.

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