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McKinney, Mark: "Interview with Farid Boudjellal." In: European Comic Art 4.1 (2011), S. 1–28. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: English
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.3828/eca.2011.2
BibTeX citation key: McKinney2011b
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Categories: General
Keywords: Authorial poetics, Boudjellal. Farid, France, Interview
Creators: McKinney
Collection: European Comic Art
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Abstract
Farid Boudjellal (b. 1953), a French cartoonist of Algerian and Armenian heritage, outlines his approach to comics. He discusses important inspirations and influences, including cartoonists from France (Gébé), Italy (Hugo Pratt) and the United States (Milton Caniff). He speaks of themes that are important to his work, especially temporality, a multiplicity of characters, dreams and fantasy. Boudjellal also distinguishes his comics from autobiography, a genre that he shuns, and critiques the sociological reductionism often found in the critical reception of his comics. He discusses his artistic techniques, including black-and-white line drawing, watercolor, and interconnected speech balloons. His interview provides an overview of his career and his ongoing projects in comics, which he situates against the general evolution of comics in France from the 1960s up to the present.
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