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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.16.2020.tde-17032021-195700
Document
Author
Full name
Ana Carolina Tonetti
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2020
Supervisor
Committee
Farias, Agnaldo Aricê Caldas (President)
Marquez, Renata Moreira
Ribeiro, Otavio Leonidio
Santos, Fabio Lopes de Souza
Silva, Fernanda Fernandes da
Title in Portuguese
Interseções entre arte e arquitetura: práticas espaciais críticas
Keywords in Portuguese
Arquitetura
Arte contemporânea
Campo ampliado
Espaço
Participação
Prática espacial
Prática profissional
Projeto arquitetônico
Site-specific
Abstract in Portuguese
As rupturas empreendidas pelas artes, a partir dos anos 1960, e a revisão dos postulados modernos pela arquitetura ocorrida no mesmo período, representam um importante momento de inflexão e de estreitamento dos limites entre esses campos no contexto de um debate cultural ampliado. Uma vez que o entendimento de espaço é central para a compreensão das relações entre a produção tridimensional e a arquitetura, ele será examinado à luz do conceito de "prática espacial" que foi retomado pela crítica de arquitetura internacional nos anos 1990, a partir da formulação de Henri Lefebvre em A Produção do Espaço (1974). Parte-se da hipótese de que o envolvimento mais próximo com contextos específicos e com a realidade social problematizam categorias anteriores, e provocam rebatimentos em processos de documentação e epresentação alargando a prática arquitetônica. Como resultado, o projeto arquitetônico passa a incorporar camadas discursivas que promovem uma reflexão sobre seus meios de produção, representação e comunicação, em um deslocamento análogo à inversão de sinais proposta pela dialética entre sítio e não-sítio na obra do artista Robert Smithson.
Title in English
Intersections between art and architecture: critical spatial practices
Keywords in English
Architecture
Architecture project
Contemporary art
Expanded field
Participation
Professional practice
Site-specific
Space
Spatial practice
Abstract in English
The ruptures undertaken by the arts, from the 1960s on, and the revision of modern postulates by architecture that occurred in the same period, represent an important moment of inflection and narrowing of the limits between these two fields in the context of an expanded cultural debate. Since the notion of space is crucial to understanding the relationships between three-dimensional production and architecture, it will be examined in the light of the concept of "spatial practice" that was taken up by the international architecture criticism in the 1990s, from the formulation by Henri Lefebvre in The Production of Space (1974). This work starts from the hypothesis that the closest involvement with specific contexts and social reality problematize previous categories, and provoke repercussions in the process of documentation and representation, expanding architectural practice. As a result, the architectural project starts to incorporate discursive layers that promote a reflection on its means of production, representation an publicization in a displacement analogous to the inversion of signs proposed by the dialectic between site and non-site in the work of artist Robert Smithson.
 
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2021-04-05
 
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