By Dominique Stich
Le romanche, parlé dans le canton helvétique des Grisons, est aujourd'hui los angeles quatrième langue officielle de l. a. Suisse. En 1982 a été créé par le Prof. Dr Heinrich Schmid, de l'université de Zurich, le "romanche grison (rumantsch grischun), forme suprarégionale factor des cinq parlers existants. Cette forme est devenue aujourd'hui langue "officielle". Cet ouvrage présente d'abord los angeles Suisse et le canton des Grisons, l'histoire de l. a. langue romanche depuis les premiers textes écrits (Xvième siècle) et l. a. scenario actuelle.
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But both works reflect and refract light to create points of brilliance on the surrounding walls, their shadows even more visually commanding than the sculptures themselves. In Almanza Pereda’s Ahead and Beyond of Everyone’s Time, Space and Rhythm (2009), a disco-ball-sized sphere completely coated in mirror fragments pushes up against and rotates around the edge of a round table, which is draped in white linen and set with fine china. Most of the place settings are clean and untouched; only one has remnants of a meal.
3 Plus, seemingly dangerous juxtapositions (a desk perched on top of a ladder, for example) upset our expectations and jolt us from our comfort zone. They make physical the concept of the decentered subject and the decentered viewer, a poststructuralist approach to the human condition as one of fragmented and contradictory desires that spawn dislocation among other equally dislocated individuals. Think of the fragmentation of a Cubist still life versus the stability and centeredness of a Renaissance one: Almanza Pereda’s world allies more closely with Cubism.
And had only a few minutes to talk. “I’m really tired. I have been traveling like crazy. . . . the piece is done one day before the opening. . ”1 The artist seemed to need some time to think, to find his center, and strike a balance, an urge that his sculpture conveys. It is off center and seemingly hazardous. Almanza Pereda was born in Mexico City and raised there and in Juárez. I first met him in 2002 when he was a twenty-five-year-old undergraduate art student at UTEP with a dark ponytail and a wiry frame, wearing a T-shirt and working constantly with frenetic energy.
Parlons romanche : La quatrieme langue officielle de la Suisse by Dominique Stich