26. Živa književnost, 7. večer

 

četrtek, 13. 6., ob 20.00 / Thursday, 13 June at 20:00

Mathieu Lindon, Francija / France

Vodi / Hosted by: Brane Mozetič

Glasba / Music: Rok Zalokar trio

Mathieu Lindon (1955) je francoski pisatelj in novinar. V svojih številnih delno avtobiografskih romanih se dotika sveta drog, odvisnosti in homoseksualnosti. Med letoma 1978 in 1984 se je večinoma družil z Michelom Foucaultom, bil pa je tudi tesen prijatelj Hervéja Guiberta (pojavi se v njegovem romanu Prijatelju, ki mi ni rešil življenja, Lambda, 1994). V romanu Kaj pomeni ljubiti (zanj je leta 2011 prejel ugledno nagrado Médicis, preveden pa je tudi v številne jezike) se posveča prav času druženja s Foucaultom in Guibertom, pomemben lik pa je tudi njegov oče Jérôme Lindon, dolgoletni urednik legendarne založbe Minuit. Odraščal je ob izjemnih osebnostih, kot so Duras, Beckett ali Robbe-Grillet, ter ob velikih očetovih pričakovanjih, a Foucault mu je nudil mentorstvo in prijateljstvo, ki sta odločilno usmerila njegovo življenje. Nizanje dogodkov in analiz odnosov z očetom in s Foucaultom hkrati prinaša dve učenji, kaj pomeni ljubiti. Nedvomno pa se nam razkrivajo tudi številne intimne plati Foucaulta, mladih okoli njega in njihovo hedonistično življenje.

Mathieu Lindon (1955) is a French writer and journalist. His numerous semi-autobiographical novels deal with the world of drugs, addiction and homosexuality. Between 1978 and 1984 he spent most of his time with Michel Foucault and was a close friend of Hervé Guibert (appearing in his novel To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life). The novel Learning what Love Means (which won the author the prestigious Médicis Award and was translated into many languages) focuses on his time with Foucault and Guibert, another prominent character in the book being his father Jérôme Lindon, long-time editor of the legendary publishing house Minuit. He grew up among extraordinary personalities like Duras, Beckett or Robbe-Grillet and with his father’s great expectations, but Foucault’s mentorship and friendship were a profound influence on his life. Going through events and the analyses of his relationship with his father and Foucault brings two ways of learning what love means. It also reveals the various sides of Foucault, the young people around him and his hedonistic lifestyle.

Pianist in skladatelj Rok Zalokar je aktivni član glasbenih scen v Ljubljani in Rotterdamu. Z različnimi zasedbami (Rok Zalokar Trio, Kukushai, Million Ear ) je v zadnjih petih letih izdal sedem avtorskih albumov. Zalokarjeva glasba se umešča v polje nove postžanrske kreativnosti. Tokrat se nam bo predstavil v triu z bratoma Drašler, ki sta med drugim pionirja bistriške ( Bistrica ob Sotli) glasbene scene (zasedbi Zmajev Rep ter Malik) in sta ena glavnih in najbolj produktivnih akterjev kreativnih improvizacijskih zasedb pri nas. Zasedba: Rok Zalokar, klavir, Jošt Drašler, bas, in Vid Drašler, bobni.

Pianist and composer Rok Zalokar is an active player on the music scenes of Ljubljana and Rotterdam. In the last five years, he has released seven albums of original music with different bands (Rok Zalokar Trio, Kukushai, Million Ear). Zalokar’s music falls into the field of post-genre creativity. This time he is teaming up with the Drašler brothers who are pioneers on the Bistrica of Sotli music scene (the bands Zmajev Rep and Malik) and two of the major and most productive players in creative improvised music in Slovenia. The band: Rok Zalokar, piano, Jošt Drašler, bass, and Vid Drašler, percussion.

 

 

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