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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2017.tde-17112017-113057
Document
Author
Full name
Isis Harumi Akagi
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Bastos, Maria Helena Franco de Araujo (President)
Greiner, Christine
Ishiki, Michiko Okano
Title in Portuguese
Nikkei em cena: corpo em suspensão
Keywords in Portuguese
Artista do Corpo Nipobrasileiro (nikkei)
Do
Ma
Mestiçagem
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa analisa o papel da nipobrasileira a partir da perspectiva de artista do corpo, tendo como contexto a cena artística paulistana: uma realidade brasileira de imigração e diáspora, num viés praticoteórico. Partimos de processos de contaminação entre ocidente e oriente, representados aqui por Brasil e Japão, respectivamente, e a partir de experiências singulares que resultam dessa relação, trazendo o relato de seis artistas mulheres nikkeis. Levamos em consideração a mestiçagem (PINHEIRO, 2013; LAPLANTINE & NOUSS, 2016; GRUZINSKI, 2001) decorrente desse encontro utilizando, inclusive, termos da cultura japonesa, Ma (?) e D? (?), devidamente deslocados em seus sentidos e ressignificados no contexto mencionado. A Teoria Corpomídia de Greiner e Katz (2001) é importante para a compreensão de co-relação e co-evolução inestanque e mútua de corpo e ambiente. Os estudos de Hashiguti (2008) e Takeuchi (2016), que tratam especificamente do corpo nipobrasileiro, também compõem as referências teóricas deste estudo.
Title in English
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Keywords in English
Brazilian-Japanese descendant Artist of the Body
Do
Ma
Miscegenation
Abstract in English
This research analysis the roll of the Brazilian Japanese descendant from the perspective of an artist of the body, with the scenic arts of the city of São Paulo as context: a Brazilian reality of immigration and diaspora, in a practicaltheoretical bias. Our start points are the processes of contamina-tion between West and East, represented here by Brazil and Japan, respectively, and the singular experiences that result from this relation, which are represented by the conversation with six Brazilian nikkei artists. We are considering the Miscegenation (mestiçagem) (PINHEIRO, 2013; LAPLANTINE & NOUSS, 2016; GRUZINSKI, 2001) that occurs from this rendez-vous, using terms from the Japanese culture, inclusive, Ma (?) and D? (?), properly displaced from its meaning and resignified in the context that we mentioned before. The Corpomídia Theory from Greiner and Katz (2001) is important for the comprehension of the co-relation and co-evolution of body and environment which is mutual and non-stagnant. The studies of Hashiguti (2008) and Takeuchi (2016) that reflect specifi-cally the Japanese descendant body also compose the theorical refer-ences of this study.
 
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Publishing Date
2017-11-17
 
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