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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.27.2006.tde-13082009-154033
Document
Author
Full name
Edgar Silveira Franco
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2006
Supervisor
Committee
Prado, Gilberto dos Santos (President)
Donati, Luisa Angélica Paraguai
Laurentiz, Silvia Regina Ferreira de
Sogabe, Milton Terumitsu
Venturelli, Suzete
Title in Portuguese
Perspectivas pós-humanas nas ciberartes
Keywords in Portuguese
Ciberarte
Ficção Científica
Poéticas Digitais
Pós-humano
Processo Criativo
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa contextualiza e analisa poéticas artísticas polêmicas e visionárias de alguns ciberartistas que vêm refletindo continuamente sobre o avanço da tecnologia nos campos da genética, robótica e telemática e de sua relação com o corpo e a consciência. Essas tecnologias são elementos fundamentais para a configuração de obras que questionam a própria condição biológica da espécie humana, vislumbrando uma possível relação de simbiose entre a tríade "homem, máquina e biotecnologia" que poderá resultar em uma nova espécie, pós-humana. Como produto poético, parte experimental desta tese - resultante da contextualização e análise -, o autor relata o desenvolvimento de um universo ficcional inspirado por essas obras e pelas reflexões de seus criadores, para o qual são apresentados múltiplos trabalhos artísticos em suporte papel e nas hipermídias.
Title in English
Perspectivas pós-humanas nas ciberartes
Keywords in English
Creative Process
Cyberart
Digital Poetics
Posthuman
Science Fiction
Abstract in English
This research contextualizes and analyzes the polemic and visionary artistic production of some cyberartists that have been constantly thinking over technological advances in the areas of genetics, robotics and telematics, and their relationship with the body and the conscience. These technologies are of central importance to the configuration of works that question the biological condition of the humankind and lay eyes on a possible symbiotic relation between man, machine and biotechnology, which might result in a new posthuman species. As outcome of the research the experimental part of this thesis the author narrates the development of a fictional universe inspired by those works and their creators' considerations, and also presents several artistic works framed in paper and in hypermedia.
 
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2009-09-03
 
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