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By Victor Perard

This instructive booklet provides very good annotated line drawings of anatomical constitution for the start artist, explaining the topic in basic terms, determining components of the physique and demonstrating physical games in the course of the author’s sketches. Chapters disguise the human skeleton, head and neck, torso, arm, hand, leg, foot, and musculature. 179 black-and-white illustrations.

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When Freud studies the latter (in The Joke and Its Relation to The Unconscious), it passes through a deliberate reference to 47 ................. 18416$ $CH9 03-27-13 14:51:44 PS PAGE 47 THE FORM-PLEASURE what Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality developed apropos of sexual pleasure. In effect, Freud posits an analogy between ‘‘fore-pleasure’’ and aesthetic form, qualified as ‘‘a pleasure premium’’ (Lustpra¨mie). The same ‘‘premium’’ constitutes gratification from seduction, through which the joking form [forme plaisante] (to be specific, a witty remark) opens a path to the expression of a libidinal or aggressive impulse, in an operation whose aim is orgasm.

This disposition neither invalidates nor replaces any work, project, or calculation, but without it every project remains projection, and all calculation remains computation. The passivity implicated in this ‘‘following’’ is that of opening up to the distinctive and singular event of an impetus, motion, line, or emotion. ’’ The fact remains that ‘‘art’’ (whose name must also remain problematic, even suspect) never takes place without this moment of ‘‘following,’’ without this openness to chance or ‘‘happiness’’ (in the sense in which one says ‘‘bliss of expression’’ [bonheur d’expression])—and consequently, to a pleasure or joy—that constitutes ‘‘the line’’ itself, its birth between hand and paper, under pencil or pen, in such a way that knowledge and know-how, with all their intentions, also know at the same time how to be led by this line that still does not yet exist, by this form in the process of forming itself.

18416$ $CH6 03-27-13 14:51:36 PS PAGE 26 F R O M S E L F T O WA R D S E L F repletion or a pleasure of seduction; either a lowering of tension or an intensity that makes itself necessary again [se redemande]; either a contentment (and with it the finished form) or a contention (and with it, infinitely, the force of a new formation). If it is certainly not possible to separate one type of pleasure from another without further ado (if it is not even possible to determine to what extent there are two variants of one pleasure or two separate kinds of pleasure)—there will always occur a necessary release or an exacting revival—it is nevertheless not possible to overlook that the gesture of art in general, and of drawing in particular, does not aim for the repletion or discharge of a tension but rather the opening and revival or resurgence of an intensity.

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