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Title: Fragmentação e reconstituição do suporte pictórico
Author: Rodrigues, Teresa Palma, 1978-
Advisor: Sabino, Isabel, 1955-
Keywords: Pintura
Defense Date: 2008
Abstract: This study puts together a practical and a theoretical dimensions. It examines how pictorial support can go through a fragmentation and reconstitution process in contemporary and modern art.This research is made in order to check how the canvas, as traditional painting’s support, resists to diferent operations of fragmentation (like to cut, to rip or to fold) that threats its physical integrity. This dissertation attempts to reflect also on the ambiguity, in portuguese language, of the word "tela" (canvas) and the ambivalence of this material, which can be considered not only as pictorial element and but also as support for the two-dimensional representation. The reconstitution could be achieved by weaving all the fragments obtained by the surface’s fragmentation; in this sense, the Tapestry and other craft techniques are seen as common procedures in our practical work and in other mentioned artists’s work. This study also intends to make an analogy between: Painting, Canvas and Tapestry
Description: Tese de Mestrado em Pintura (Variante I), apresentada á Universidade de Lisboa, através da Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2008
Appears in Collections:FBA - Dissertações de Mestrado

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