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Title: Open gates : (pre)sentimentos de um caminho : David Lynch, Matthew Barney, Agnes Martin
Other Titles: (pre)sentimentos de um caminho
David Lynch, Matthew Barney, Agnes Martin
Author: Bichão, Sara Coelho, 1986-
Advisor: Sabino, Isabel, 1955-
Keywords: Lynch, David, 1946-
Barney, Matthew, 1964-
Martin, Agnes, 1912-2004
Defense Date: 2011
Abstract: The research contained in this theoretical/practical thesis aims to clarify and reinforce some beliefs that constructs my artistic discourse, especially one surrounding a certain type of feeling (or intuition) that moves me and seems to lead into a path that is somehow unclear but perceptible and also reliable. However, I don’t want to go deeper within the concepts of truth, perfection or a certain kind of sublime that could be related to that diffuse goal. While using those possibilities, in this specific moment I simply want to understand better the condition to undertake from the experience of other authors who determined my career. So far - David Lynch, Matthew Barney and Agnes Martin - authors who despite the differences that distinguish them, can be identified in a similar way in the path to interpret the artistic creation. Meaning that art should be seen as an universal degree of perfection in which also participates an atmosphere of strangeness. By the end of this journey, perhaps my own artistic thread may be understood - experienced in the expression and constrution of objects characterized by a strong programmatic opening, but fully consistent with the mentioned influences
Description: Tese de mestrado, Pintura, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2011
Peer review: no
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