During the 1970s, composer and artist Charlemagne Palestine creates a series of filmed performances in which, characteristically, he uses the harmony of body and voice and their capacity to express an inner state of immense agitation. Frequently violent, intense, and with a ritualistic character, they are acts that provide an outlet for physical and psychological catharsis—a sudden, overpowering need to make a clean sweep of both inner and outer limitations.
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