Ribes, Jean-Michel
December 2010
Beaux Arts Magazine;dec2010, Issue 318, p84
An interview with French author Jean-Michel Ribes and French cartoonist Plantu is presented, which focuses on their work on the book "Rire de résistance II." They discuss art censorship as a political instrument, as well as the danger of self-censorship. Particular focus is given to their concept of "creative drowsiness," and art as individual resistance against homogenization.


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