Crucifix, Benoît: "Rethinking the ‘Memorable Panel’ from Pierre Sterckx to Olivier Josso Hamel." In: European Comic Art 10.2 (2017), S. 24–47.
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Keywords: "Au travail", France, Josso Hamel. Olivier, Memoria, Sterckx. Pierre
Collection: European Comic Art
This article returns to the origins of the case mémorable in the pages of Les Cahiers de la bande dessinée and revisits the debates between Pierre Sterckx and Benoît Peeters over the relationship between single panels and narrative, which were articulated around a conceptual tension between linear and tabular. It proposes that the concept of the ‘memorable panel’ pinpoints important issues concerning the recirculation of single images, isolated from their contexts, and the discourse of memory that becomes associated with them. A close reading of Olivier Josso Hamel’s Au travail, in which the cartoonist redraws his own set of memorable panels, further calls for a reconsideration of Sterckx’s concept in the light of a creative practice that intimately engages with the memory of such panels in a complex relationship to their original narratives.
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