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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.27.2011.tde-05062011-222820
Document
Author
Full name
Rebeca Lenize Stumm
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2011
Supervisor
Committee
Grinberg, Norma Tenenholz (President)
Chaia, Miguel Wady
Goldberg, Sonia Salzstein
Laurentiz, Silvia Regina Ferreira de
Salles, Cecília Almeida
Title in Portuguese
Enterros: momentos-específicos
Keywords in Portuguese
Arte-contemporânea
Cerâmica
Imagem-documento
Práticas-participativas
Tempos-específicos
Abstract in Portuguese
A pesquisa refletiu sobre a ação poética de Enterro, capaz de romper com a continuidade em curso da imagem, instrumentalizando, ainda, o repetir e o registrar de outros Enterros por distintas autorias. A partir do Enterro de uma obra cerâmica na Avenida Paulista, em 2007, a imagem- documento dessa ação desencadeou outros Enterros realizados sob distintas interpretações, por participantes em diferentes lugares (2007-2010). Os pensamentos de Walter Benjamin e Gilles Deleuze apoiaram o entendimento do Enterro como ação que causa estranhamento e ruptura com o que está posto, deflagrando visualizações de outras realidades possíveis. Assim, o diferencial do trabalho apontou para o potencial dos Enterros produzirem momentos específicos de transformações de sentidos à ação, produção de imagens e autoria, possibilitando ao artista retomar seu trabalho a partir do sentido construído pelo outro, agir ora como participante, ora como autor, na mesma obra, em momentos diferentes.
Title in English
Burials: specific-moments
Keywords in English
Ceramics
Image-document
Participatory- practices
Time-specifics
  Contemporary arts
Abstract in English
Research centered on the poetic action of a Burial, which presents a rupture within an image and its course, while providing instruments for the repetition and documentation of other Burials by distinct contributors. The piece initiates with the Burial of ceramics work of art on Avenida Paulista, in 2007, the image-document of this act led to other Burials carried out in various guises by participants in different locations (2007-2010). Walter Benjamin and Gilles Deleuze support the understanding that a Burial is an act that causes distancing and rupture, prompting visualizations of alternative realities. The work explores the potencial of these Burials to produce specific-moments that transform an act and its meaning, image production and authorship, allowing the artist to reclaim a work based on meanings assigned to it by others, while acting both as a participant and as author on the same piece at different times throughout its process.
 
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Publishing Date
2011-06-29
 
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