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Title: Poéticas para um corpo comum
Author: Pires, Susana Maria Coelho, 1980-
Advisor: Sabino, Isabel, 1955-
Keywords: Arte contemporânea
Criação artística
Defense Date: 2011
Abstract: Corporeity and subjectivity connect us to what distinguishes us most as individuals, the space occupied by the body and each one's thought. They also connect us to what approaches us most, a common base of operation which enables existence and living together. This research presents a reflection about the reciprocal relationships that involve intercorporeity and intersubjectivity within a text that intends to locate the interaction between individuals in the context of the art thought of some contemporary artists as an enterprising subject and, at the same time, framing an individual work project that lives of the same universe of contact possibilities. Assuming the mark of one body passing by another as shape possible to register, one seeks to highlight the poetic potential of communication through a selected inventory of works, resulting from a reflection on the complexity of coexistence. In this paper, the titles chosen for each chapter (Between Two, The Others and The Other), place the author of an artistic statement in relation to its purpose of addressing, within a relational universe. This research also includes, in the framework of a plastic lab experiment, a set of objects and shapes whose conceptual orientation approaches the subjects mentioned above, showing the intention to make a record of sound fields resulting from the interaction between bodies
Description: Tese de mestrado, Pintura, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Lisboa, 2012
Peer review: yes
Appears in Collections:FBA - Dissertações de Mestrado

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