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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.27.2019.tde-26122019-114216
Document
Author
Full name
Elisa de Almeida Rossin
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Costa, Felisberto Sabino da (President)
Coutinho, Eduardo Tessari
Mattar, Sumaya
Mendonça, Maria Beatriz Braga
Ramos, Adriana Vaz Ferreira
Title in Portuguese
O campo poético das máscaras: atravessamentos atemporais ensaiados na pele e na forma
Keywords in Portuguese
arte contemporânea
confecção
corpo
escultura
máscara
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente tese surge do desejo e da necessidade de ampliação dos estudos voltados à poética da máscara. Seus agenciamentos abarcam a multiplicidade de aspectos que atravessam minha relação com o objeto: na pele, quando o utilizo sobre meu rosto ou quando o modelo com as minhas mãos; na forma, quando o relaciono às materialidades cênicas, ao espaço e aos planos da visualidade. A discussão concentra-se sobre a união entre corporeidade e materialidade, a interação dos elementos orgânicos e inorgânicos e os campos abstratos e imaginários de criação e apreciação estética. Os temas também são postos em discussão por meio de compartilhamentos de práticas e obras artísticas contemporâneas, possibilitando a abertura das fronteiras entre as linguagens, bem como a amplificação dos alcances da pesquisa.
Title in English
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Keywords in English
body
contemporary art
making
mask
sculpture
Abstract in English
The present thesis arises from the desire and the need to expand studies focused on the poetics of the mask. Its many agencies encompass the multiplicity of aspects which traverse my relationship with the object: on the skin, when I use it on my face or when I model it with my hands; in form, when I relate it to scenic materialities, space, and visual planes. The discussion focuses on the bond between corporeality and materiality, the interaction between organic and inorganic elements, and the abstract and imaginary fields of creation and aesthetic appreciation. The themes are also put into discussion through sharing of practices and contemporary art works, allowing the opening of the borders between languages, as well as the amplification of the scope of this research.
 
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Publishing Date
2019-12-26
 
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