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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.27.2015.tde-26112015-120041
Document
Author
Full name
Juliana Pedreira de Freitas
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Costa, Felisberto Sabino da (President)
Cintra, Wagner Francisco Araujo
Leite, Marcelo Denny de Toledo
Rosa, Almir Antonio
Silva, Agnaldo Valente Germano da
Title in Portuguese
Um navio em rota: o operador como proponente da imagem cênica
Keywords in Portuguese
Imagem
Mito
Shakespeare
Tecnologia
Abstract in Portuguese
A pesquisa desenvolvida propõe a ideia do operador técnico como o principal realizador da visualidade da cena, expondo um traçado sobre a problemática do uso equivocado das diversas tecnologias no palco. Como solução aponta para o conceito do homem-máquina, criado a partir da junção do operador e do dispositivo técnico como figura única e indissociável. Define esse operador como um artista que, imbuído dos conhecimentos necessários para a manipulação técnica ao vivo, transforma a máquina em geradora de potência poética no lugar de mero produto mercadológico. Para enfatizar esse conceito, paralelamente a pesquisa teórica é proposto como objeto de estudo um experimento prático que se apropria do texto A Tempestade, de William Shakespeare, através de um levantamento e de uma ressignificação dos arquétipos encontrados no original em símbolos imagéticos criados em cena.
Title in English
A ship on course: the operator as a proponent of the scenic image.
Keywords in English
Image
Myth
Shakespeare
Technology
Abstract in English
The developed research suggests the idea of technical operator as the main director of the visuality of the scene, by discussing the issues related to misuse of various technologies on stage. As a solution, it points to the concept of human-machine, created from the joint of the operator and the technical device as single and inseparable figure. It defines the operator as an artist who, imbued with the knowledge required for the live technical manipulation, transforms the machine into a generator of poetic power instead of mere marketable product. To emphasize this concept, in addition to theoretical research is proposed as an object of study, a practical experiment that appropriates the text The Tempest by William Shakespeare, through a survey and a redefinition of the archetypes found in the original version into imagery symbols created on scene.
 
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Publishing Date
2015-11-26
 
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