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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.16.2012.tde-19062012-130727
Document
Author
Full name
Jacopo Crivelli Visconti
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Jorge, Luis Antonio (President)
Belluzzo, Ana Maria de Moraes
Bogéa, Marta Vieira
Farias, Agnaldo Aricê Caldas
Guerra Neto, Abílio da Silva
Title in Portuguese
Novas derivas
Keywords in Portuguese
Arte contemporânea
Arte performática
Situacionismo
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese tem como objetivo delimitar e analisar uma estratégia artística recorrente a partir do final da década de 1960, que consiste exclusivamente, ou incorpora como seu elemento fundamental, o ato de andar, na maioria dos casos por parte dos próprios artistas. Para definir essa prática, utiliza-se aqui o termo deriva, cuja matriz situacionista introduz o olhar social e politicamente engajado a partir do qual a maioria das obras analisadas foram criadas, e com base no qual elas são lidas neste contexto. Na primeira parte da tese, são desenvolvidas algumas considerações teóricas, com o fim de evidenciar algumas características recorrentes na produção das derivas, ao passo que elas são contextualizadas em preocupações e tendências mais gerais, como a que visa a desmaterialização da arte, ou a chamada estética relacional, entre outras. Na segunda parte, apresenta-se um compêndio bastante amplo, e apesar disso ainda longe de poder ser considerado completo, de obras pertinentes nesta discussão, produzidas ao longo das últimas quatro décadas.
Title in English
NEW DRIFTS
Keywords in English
Contemporary art
Performance
Situationism
Abstract in English
This thesis seeks to delimitate and analyze an artistic strategy that can be considered recurrent since the end of the 1960s, and which consists basically, or at least includes as its core element, the act of walking, mostly undertaken by the artist him/herself. In order to define this practice, the word employed is the Situationist term "deriva" (drift), which situates the reader in the socially and politically engaged context in which most of the works here analyzed were created, and based upon which they are therefore read. In the first part of the thesis, a series of theoretical considerations is made, aiming at identifying a few recurrent characteristics of the "drifts", while at the same time placing them in the context of more general trends and concerns, as the so-called Demateriali- zation of art, or Relational Aesthetics, among others. The second part consists basically of a large, although certainly not complete, summary of works that are relevant for this research, produced during the last five decades.
 
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Publishing Date
2012-08-21
 
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