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Title: A dimensão ecológica do objecto artístico
Other Titles: arte telemática de apropriação
Author: Pinto, António Manuel Gorgel Couto, 1975-
Advisor: Reis, Vítor dos, 1965-
Keywords: Filosofia da arte
Artes visuais
Defense Date: 2011
Abstract: The aim of this research is to develop a language that considers the art territory and its media, while promoting the creation of a proper sensitivity to the ecologically problematic in contemporary society. This artistic research deals with the cultural ecological outlook, particularly the capacity of artistic practice to influence this field and to include the ecosystem in its interdependencies. The art practice discussed is based on the perception and subsequent selection of examples of modern and contemporary art, in order to focus their interrelationships and create new objects capable of reinforming the artistic territory. The media used are appropriation, collage and telematics. The appropriation of audiovisual content enables the reinterpretation of various cultural models; the collage of sounds and images allows the interaction between various points of view; the telematics empowers the rizomathic structure of the multimedia compositions. This research is most concerned with historical time-periods in which works of art using appropriation, montage and collage are directly related to a larger social context. Throughout the dissertation several critics and philosophers whose theories inform the conceptual framework of the research are referenced: the «critical art» concept developed by Jacques Rancière; Thomas Brockelman’s notions on the practice of collage, modernism and post-modernism; the theory of altermodernism from Nicolas Bourriaud; the concepts of rhizome and minor, developed by Gilles Delleuze and Pierre-Felix Guattari; the definition of atlas by George Didi-Huberman, from the work of Aby Warburg; the concept of secession from the broadcast from Gene Youngblood; and the definition of ecosofy by Pierre-Felix Guattari
Description: Tese de mestrado, Arte multimédia, Audiovisuais, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2012
Appears in Collections:FBA - Dissertações de Mestrado

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