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Título: Tabula rasa : revolução, subversão e transgressão : um estudo sociocultural da década de 60
Autor: Fernandes, Maria da Luz Correia Fragoso, 1989-
Orientador: Vidal, Carlos, 1964-
Palavras-chave: Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883
Korda, Chri, 1962-
Maio de 1968
Data de Defesa: 13-Abr-2015
Resumo: The great social transformations are always permitted through cultural revolutions. The understanding of the social and cultural impact of the revolution of May 68 and the decade of the 60s in the world of art becomes then essential to the contemporary artist. We will try to understand the society that generated May of 68, as well as some of its figures. It also matters to apprehend the phenomenon in which individuals seek stabilizing ties in their intra and inter relationships that collide with the places they inhabit – places of massive self-destruction, of imprisoning violence in disruptive environments. The poet (artist), as a member of society, is a figurehead, the voice of those who do not possess one; the poet recognizes, more than ever, during these incisions in history (revolutions, spaces, indecisions and regressions), his many distances: between himself and society, between himself and his poetry (art). The figure of the poet foresees and appeals to social transformations as the embryo for the production of his art, because the poet is like a redeemer of time (Hölderlin). We will finally seek to understand the relevance of the transgressive act in the work and attitude of the alienated contemporary artist
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/18155
Designação: Tese de mestrado, Pintura, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2015
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