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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.31.2016.tde-12122016-165917
Document
Author
Full name
Renato Gonçalves Ferreira Filho
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Silveira Junior, Walter Garcia da (President)
Carrascoza, João Luís Anzanel
Molina, Sergio Augusto
Title in Portuguese
"E a gente faz um país": sentidos da autonomia artística e do mercado na obra de Marina Lima e Antonio Cicero no Brasil da década de 1980
Keywords in Portuguese
Antonio Cicero - 1945-.
Cultura brasileira
Indústria fonográfica
Marina Lima - 1955-
Música popular - Brasil
Abstract in Portuguese
A obra de Marina Lima e Antonio Cicero, durante a década de 1980, destacava-se das demais expressões do pop rock no Brasil pois, apesar de estar voltada evidentemente ao mercado, possuía uma elaboração estética diferenciada. O presente trabalho visa identificar, nas canções, por um lado, traços de diferenciação dentro do mercado hegemônico e, por outro, a incorporação de uma estrutura de consumo. Para abordar o objeto em suas múltiplas dimensões, mobilizam-se instrumentos teóricos das áreas de comunicação, teoria crítica, psicanálise, musicologia e estudos de gênero. Chega-se à percepção de que Marina Lima e Antonio Cicero compreendem tão bem o mercado que, em vez de alienarem-se das lógicas mercadológicas, utilizam-nas deliberadamente para criar um espaço possível de autonomia artística.
Title in English
"E a gente faz um país": senses of artistic autonomy and of market at Marina Lima and Antonio Cicero's artist work in Brazil of the 1980s
Keywords in English
Antonio Cicero - 1945-
Brazilian Culture
Marina Lima - 1955-
Popular music - Brazil
Recording Industry
Abstract in English
Marina Lima and Antonio Cicero's artistic work, during the 1980s, stood out from the other expressions of pop/rock music in Brazil because it had a different aesthetic development, despite being clearly focused on the market. The present study aims to identify, through their songs, differentiating aspects in the hegemonic market and the incorporation of a consumption structure. In order to approach the object in its multiple dimensions, this study mobilizes theoretical instruments of different areas, such as communication, critical theory, psychoanalysis, musicology and gender studies. As results, it is realized that Marina Lima and Antonio Cicero understand so well the market that, rather than alienate themselves from marketing logic, they use it deliberately to create a possible space of artistic autonomy.
 
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2016-12-19
 
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