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Title: O abismo
Other Titles: o acto fotográfico como performance
Author: Nobre, Ana Lúcia, 1984-
Advisor: Gamito, Maria João, 1956-
Keywords: Fotografia
Performance art
Defense Date: 2011
Abstract: The research currently developed; want to declare the photographic act as performance. This assertion, in our case, is allied itself to nature as physis, in the Greek sense of the word: what is common to all that exists. We build, based on the philosophical theory of Merleau-Ponty, on concepts the like are the reciprocity/reversibility between the sentient subject and the sensible world; the importance of the body in the process of feeling (what unite body and world is not reducible to a quality or a concept); in the overcoming of the binomial subject/object (which derives from the recognition of its founded and derivative nature); the exploration of the perception (pre-objective/pre-predicative by nature) and its domain; the intentionality of the sensible, and the articulation/reciprocity between sensible and intelligible. The conceptual and physical action of the photographer is here assumed as decisive in the formal definition of the photographic image. We define performance as an act that differs from the never-ending space-time flowing in which we are insert, due to a heightened consciousness of the present, of the here and now, by the performer. Itʼs like if we create a frame of the real. Photography and performance are both space-time cuts. Both emphasize the perception of the present time by the subject who produces them, implying always the question of the subject in the act, in creation/production of content and meaning. The act is previous to the work: in fact the act is the foundation of itʼs beginning and also contains within itself the intricate riddle of his disappearance
Description: Tese de mestrado, Arte e multimédia - audiovisuais, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2011
Appears in Collections:FBA - Dissertações de Mestrado

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