My Articles for Sunday, September 23, 2007

This posting presents conceptualizations of silence: the silence surrounding madness, the political silence forced upon citizens by dictatorships, and the personal silence burning with desire to express oneself and unburden one’s soul.

Beautiful, high-resolution photographs, contemporary music audio, and a video photo-gallery are included.

[tags: silence, solitude, photographs, music, audio, video]

Marcel Marceau escaped transport to a Nazi death camp and worked with the French Resistance to protect Jewish children. He later became a mime legend, and has died at the age of 84. Marceau was best known for his onstage persona “Bip,” a sad, chalk-faced clown who denoted the frailty of life.

Official portrait, colorful photographs and two videos included.

[tags: Marcel Marceau dies at 84, Marcel Marceau, mime legend Marcel Marceau, Paris, photographs, videos, YouTube]

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Visions of Silence

The images in the video photo-gallery presented below are conceptualizations of silence: the silence surrounding madness, the political silence enforced upon citizens by totalitarian regimes and dictatorships, and the intensely personal silence that is bound up with the burning desire to express oneself and unburden one’s soul.

Images of Silence: A Video Photo-Gallery

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