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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.48.2020.tde-09112020-171234
Document
Author
Full name
Fernando de Carvalho Lopes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2020
Supervisor
Committee
Almeida, Rogério de (President)
Oliveira, Juliana Michelli da Silva
Oliveira, Louis José Pacheco de
Santos, Marcos Ferreira dos
Umeda, Guilherme Mirage
Title in Portuguese
A grafia luminosa do tempo decomposto: ensaio sobre o imaginário das ruínas e dos objetos abandonados
Keywords in Portuguese
Abandono e experiência
Devaneio material
Fenomenologia
Fotografia
Poesia
Ruínas
Abstract in Portuguese
Devanear, fotografar e poetizar Ruínas e Objetos abandonados e destroçados, eis o objetivo deste trabalho que se constitui como uma pesquisa de antropologia visual, pois pautada no registro expressivo-imagético e poético do abandono e do arruinamento. Expor imagens fotográficas e poemas haicai conjugados a um texto de teor ensaístico, é a tentativa de materializar a experiência radical de adentrar esses espaços preteridos e arruinados, como partilha da força e o choque que se vivencia nas entranhas destes loci misterioso e fascinante; é a tentativa de explicitar como estas edificações e objetos baldios que habitam discretamente nossa geografia existencial e urbana são muito mais do que simples restos e rejeitos, podendo revelar em profundidade sua potência de território de ruptura, de limiar, de mistério e fascínio, de caos e cosmos, de poesia e de prosaico, de natural e artificial, de grotesco e arabesco, de terror e coragem, de vida e morte, de trágico e ilusão, de drama e redenção; é a tentativa de, pela via do devaneio material, da fenomenologia compreensiva e da razão sensível tornar a experiência do arruinamento um canto fotográfico, poético e ensaístico capaz de expressar a ausência, a morte, a vida, o renascimento, a aventura, a perda, o medo e a angústia existencial encarnada no abandono e na destruição da Ruína e dos seus objetos rejeitados.
Title in English
The Light Spelling of Decomposed Time: Essay on the Imagination of Ruins and Abandoned Objects
Keywords in English
Abandonment and experience
Material daydream
Phenomenology
Photography
Poetry
Ruins
Abstract in English
Daydreaming, Photographing and Poetizing Ruins and Abandoned and Shattered Objects is the objective of this work, which constitutes a research of visual anthropology, based on the expressive-imagetic and poetic record of abandonment and ruin. Exposing photographic images and haiku poems combined with a text of essayistic content is the attempt to materialize the radical experience of entering these deprecated and ruined spaces, as sharing the force and the shock that is experienced in the bowels of these mysterious and fascinating loci; It is the attempt to explain how these buildings and wastelands that discreetly inhabit our existential and urban geography are much more than mere remains and rejects, and can reveal in depth their power of territory of rupture, threshold, mystery and fascination, chaos. and cosmos, poetry and prosaic, natural and artificial, grotesque and arabesque, terror and courage, life and death, tragic and illusion, drama and redemption; is the attempt, through material reverie, understanding phenomenology, and sensible reason, to make the experience of ruin a photographic, poetic, and essayistic chant capable of expressing absence, death, life, rebirth, adventure, loss, the fear and existential anguish embodied in the abandonment and destruction of the Ruin and its rejected objects.
 
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2020-11-13
 
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