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Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

Geburtstag: 22. Dezember 1876
Todesdatum: 2. Dezember 1944
Andere Namen: Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti

Filippo Tommaso Marinetti war ein italienischer Schriftsteller, faschistischer Politiker und Begründer des Futurismus.

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„Hör auf, allen Vorbeigehenden der Erde obszöne Einladungen zuzuflüstern, Venedig, du alte Kupplerin, die du unter deinem schweren Gewand aus Mosaiken zermürbende romantische Nächte, klagende Ständchen und erschreckende Hinterhalte bereitstellst!“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

aus Discorso contro i veneziani, Übersetzung:Nino Barbieri
(Original ital.: "Finiscila di sussurrare osceni inviti a tutti i passanti della terra o Venezia, vecchia ruffiana, che sotto la tua pesante mantiglia di mosaici, ancora ti accanisci ad apprestare estenuanti notti romantiche, querule serenate e paurose imboscate!"- Wikisource - Rede gegen die Venezianer http://it.wikisource.org/wiki/Italia_-_8_luglio_1910%2C_Discorso_contro_i_veneziani

„Diejenigen, welche heutzutage Dinge benutzen wie Telephon, Grammophon, Eisenbahn, Fahrrad, Motorrad, Ozeandampfer, Luftschiff, Flugzeug, Kinematograph und große Tageszeitungen, denken nicht daran, dass diese verschiedenen Kommunikations-, Verkehrs- und Informationsformen auch entscheidenden Einfluss auf ihre Psyche ausüben.“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

Die drahtlose Einbildungskraft, 1913
("Coloro che oggi fanno uso del telegrafo, del telefono e del grammofono, del treno, della bicicletta, della motocicletta, dell’automobile, del transatlantico, del dirigibile, dell’aeroplano, del cinematografo, del grande quotidiano non pensano che queste diverse forme di comunicazione, di trasporto, e d’informazione esercitano sulla loro psiche una decisiva influenza." - L'immaginazione senza fili e le parole in libertà. Manifesto futurista 1913 http://digilander.libero.it/contemporarea/Testi/MFf/ISFPL.

„11. We shall sing the great masses shaken with work, pleasure, or rebellion: we shall sing the multicolored and polyphonic tidal waves of revolution in the modern metropolis; shall sing the vibrating nocturnal fervor of factories and shipyards burning under violent electrical moons; bloated railroad stations that devour smoking serpents; factories hanging from the sky by the twisting threads of spiraling smoke; bridges like gigantic gymnasts who span rivers, flashing at the sun with the gleam of a knife; adventurous steamships that scent the horizon, locomotives with their swollen chest, pawing the tracks like massive steel horses bridled with pipes, and the oscillating flight of airplanes, whose propeller flaps at the wind like a flag and seems to applaud like a delirious crowd.“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

Original Italian text:
Noi canteremo le grandi folle agitate dal lavoro, dal piacere o dalla sommossa: canteremo le maree multicolori e polifoniche delle rivoluzioni nelle capitali moderne; canteremo il vibrante fervore notturno degli arsenali e dei cantieri incendiati da violente lune elettriche; le stazioni ingorde, divoratrici di serpi che fumano; le officine appese alle nuvole pei contorti fili dei loro fumi; i ponti simili a ginnasti giganti che scavalcano i fiumi, balenanti al sole con un luccichio di coltelli; i piroscafi avventurosi che fiutano l'orizzonte, le locomotive dall'ampio petto, che scalpitano sulle rotaie, come enormi cavalli d'acciaio imbrigliati di tubi, e il volo scivolante degli aereoplani, la cui elica garrisce al vento come una bandiera e sembra applaudire come una folla entusiasta.
Quelle: 1900's, The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism' 1909, p. 52 : Last bullet-item in THE MANIFESTO OF FUTURISM

„We had stayed up all night — my friends and I — beneath mosque lamps hanging from the ceiling. Their brass domes were filigreed, starred like our souls; just as, again like our souls, they were illuminated by the imprisoned brilliance of an electric heart. On the opulent oriental rugs, we had crushed our ancestral lethargy, arguing all the way to the final frontiers of logic and blackening reams of paper with delirious writings.“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

Original Italian text:
Avevamo vegliato tutta la notte  —  i miei amici ed io  —  sotto lampade di moschea dalle cupole di ottone traforato, stellate come le nostre anime, perchè come queste irradiate dal chiuso fulgòre di un cuore elettrico. Avevamo lungamente calpestata su opulenti tappeti orientali la nostra atavica accidia, discutendo davanti ai confini estremi della logica ed annerendo molta carta di frenetiche scritture.
Quelle: 1900's, The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism' 1909, p. 49 Lead paragraph

„It is from Italy that we are flinging this to the world, our manifesto of burning and overwhelming violence, with which we today establish 'Futurism', for we intend to free this nation from its fetid cancer of professors, archaeologists, tour guides, and antiquarians.“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

Original Italian text:
È dall'Italia, che noi lanciamo pel mondo questo nostro manifesto di violenza travolgente e incendiaria, col quale fondiamo oggi il «Futurismo», perchè vogliamo liberare questo paese dalla sua fetida cancrena di professori, d’archeologhi, di ciceroni e d’antiquarii.
Quelle: 1900's, The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism' 1909, p. 52

„All this will have left you disposed to understand one of our principal Futurist efforts, which consists of abolishing in literature the apparently indissoluble fusion of the two concepts of Woman and Beauty.“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

This ideological a fusion has reduced all romance to a sort of heroic assault that a bellicose and lyrical male launches against a tower that bristles with enemies, a story which ends when the hero, now beneath starlight, carries the divine Beauty-Woman away to new heights. Novels such as Toilers of the Sea by Victor Hugo or Salammbô by Flaubert can clarify my point. It is a matter of a dominant leitmotif, already worn out,c of which we would like to disencumber literature and art in general.
1910's, Multiplied Man and the Reign of the Machine' 1911
Quelle: Poggi, Christine, and Laura Wittman, eds. Futurism: An Anthology. Yale University Press, 2009. p. 89

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„The past is necessarily inferior to the future. That is how we wish it to be. How could we acknowledge any merit in our most dangerous enemy: the past, gloomy prevaricator, execrable tutor?“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

To the conception of the imperishable, the immortal, we oppose, in art, that of becoming, the perishable, the transitory, and the ephemeral.
We Abjure Our Symbolist Masters..., from War, the World's Only Hygiene (1911-1915)
1910's

„.. there is no longer any beauty except the struggle. Any work of art that lacks a sense of aggression can never be a masterpiece.“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

In the 'First Futurist Manifesto,' Filippo Marinetti, 1909; as quoted in Critical Writings: Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, New Edition, quoted in the text on the Back Cover, Macmillan, 7 Apr 2007
1900's

„.. a member of anarchist and revolutionary circles, attracted in turn by violent action and by dream, before resolving to dedicate him to painting.“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

describing Boccioni
In the 'Preface' of Boccioni's show at Ca' Pesaro, July 1910; as quoted in Inventing Futurism: The Art and Politics of Artificial Optimism, by Christine Poggi, Princeton University Press, 2009, p. 107
1900's

„Idealists, workers of thought, unite to show how inspiration and genius walk in step with the progress of the machine, of aircraft, of industry, of trade, of the sciences, of electricity.“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

Quote of Filippo Marinetti, in his review 'Poesia' 1905; as cited in Futurism, ed. By Didier Ottinger; Centre Pompidou / 5 Continents Editions, Milan, 2008, p. 78
1900's

„Madness blew so violently on the immeasurable air pump of the circuit, that it took the form of a spiral, rising like a screw to the Zenith.. [describing the Brescia automobile races, in 1907]“

—  Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

In 'La mort tient le volant...', in La ville charnelle, E. Sansot, Paris 1908, p. 228; as quoted in Inventing Futurism: The Art and Politics of Artificial Optimism, by Christine Poggi, Princeton University Press, 2009, p. 27, (note 77)
1900's

„Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Etiam egestas wisi a erat. Morbi imperdiet, mauris ac auctor dictum.“

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