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The dream narratives, the exquisite corpses and writing under hypnosis are all the others techniques used by the Surrealists to combine happenstance and unconsciousness into writing. Automatic writing Practiced by most surrealist writers, automatic writing is about leaving free field in the brain, writing every spontaneous thought Surrealist writing on paper before logic takes over and rephrases it.
His text Magnetic Fields, published inwas also almost completely written according to the process of automatic writing. The resulting writing, sometimes transcendent, does not remain at least without an absurd side, which defies logic. In this sense, it approaches the 'Pataphysics of Alfred Jarry, science theorizing reconstruction of reality in the absurd.
The writer finds themselves completely unrestricted in their possibilities. Several surrealist authors, again intrigued by the psychoanalytic theories of the time, were interested in the relationship between dream narratives and the "common thread" connecting them to reality.
Exquisite corpse Lhe only rule of this playful writing technique, widely adopted today as a game, in all contexts, is to follow the grammatical form: On a folded sheet, where participants cannot see the word written by the previous player, they must write a word of their choice that respects the order shown above.
Wacky phrases are obtained, such as that which gave the game its name "The exquisite corpse will drink the new wine" or even "White bread will shake the oblong breast laughing.
Behind this "objective chance" seemingly harmless, obviously hides a pleasing deeper reflection: Techniques that span the media The automatism, the role of chance and the unconscious are not exclusive features of the surrealist literature: The exquisite corpse, too, is as well practiced with words as with body parts!
Max Ernst's collages or the photosensitive works of Man Ray also recall the patched appearance of the exquisite corpse.The difficulty, of course, is that music, unlike writing and painting–the most familiar surrealist media, was never constructed on an illusion of realism; on the imitation of nature, strictly considered.
Automatism, technique first used by Surrealist painters and poets to express the creative force of the unconscious in art.
In the s the Surrealist poets André Breton, Paul Éluard, Robert Desnos, Louis Aragon, and Philippe Soupault tried writing in a hypnotic or trancelike state, recording their train of mental associations without.
Surrealism is often associated with the visual arts (thanks to Dalí, who made Surrealist painting famous), but in fact it developed as a movement not only in the visual arts, but in the literary arts as well.
Highly regarded as a Surrealist photographer in the s, Maar was a fellow student with Henri Cartier-Bresson and friends with Brassai, Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, and Andre Breton, the .
One of the best ways to learn how to write in a surrealist manner is to read surrealism that has worked for other writers. In Slaughterhouse 5, Vonnegut penned a celebration of the anti-hero, the story of an unwitting man who takes a winding, chronologically non-linear dash through the space/time continuum.
Automatic writing; Automatic poetry is poetry written using the automatic method.
It has probably been the chief surrealist method from the founding of surrealism to the present day. One of the oddest uses of automatic writing by a great writer was that of W. B.