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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Cristiane Madeira Motta
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Lopes, Elisabeth Silva (President)
Azevedo, Sônia Machado de
Machado, Vinicius Torres
Okamoto, Eduardo
Santos, Maria Thais Lima
Title in Portuguese
O corpo que somos na experiência de cantar Tradições.
Keywords in Portuguese
Antropologia
Candomblé angolano
cantos de Tradição
Filosofia Bantu
Performance
práticas incorporadas
Abstract in Portuguese
A pesquisa tem como eixo de reflexão a produção de performatividades deflagradas a partir das potências dos cantos de Tradição do Candomblé angolano e os impactos deles na corporeidade: percepção, sentimento, espontaneidade e criatividade do ator/performer e a relação destes com o Teatro. Ela parte de um material cultural incorporado, no caso, os cantos de tradição do Candomblé angolano, que é intrinsecamente vivo e dinâmico, que poderão nos ajudar a configurar novas relações entre corpo, corpos, percepção, percepções, conhecimento, conhecimentos com as qualidades / divindades inerentes nos cantos, possibilitando que a experiência do sensível ocorra, abrindo potências de corporeidades que se ampliarão, desdobrarão e expandirão para o ato criativo. Esta investigação relaciona-se com o trabalho dos cantos de Tradição do Vodu da Maud Robart e do Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards, está localizada no contexto da Performance, Antropologia e Filosofia Bantu, e as suas referências mapeiam um panorama de bibliografia brasileira e africana, aludindo à noção de performance, especialmente no que se refere às 'práticas incorporadas' como campo de pesquisa.
Title in English
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Keywords in English
Anthropology
Bantu Philosophy, embodied practices
Candomble
chants of Tradition
Performance
Abstract in English
The research has as its axis of reflection the production of performativities triggered from the powers of the songs of Tradition of the Angolan Candomblé and their impacts on the corporeity: perception, feeling, spontaneity and creativity of the actor / performer and their relationship with the Theater. It is part of a cultural material incorporated, in this case, the tradition songs of the Angolan Candomble, which is intrinsically alive and dynamic, that can help us to form new relations between body, bodies, perception, perceptions, knowledge, knowledge with the qualities / divinities inherent in the chants, enabling the experience of the sensitive to occur, opening up powers of corporeities that will expand, unfold and expand into the creative act. This research is related to the work of the Maud Robart Voodoo Tradition songs and the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards. It is located in the context of Performance, Anthropology and Bantu Philosophy, and its references map a panorama of Brazilian bibliography and African, alluding to the notion of performance, especially with regard to 'embodied practices' as a field of research.
 
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2019-08-15
 
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