Docile Object and Proposing Object:

a study on the qualities of the object and its possibilities in the creative process in Performing Arts

Autores

  • Rossana Della Costa Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM)
  • Élcio Rossini

Palavras-chave:

Michel Foucault, Object, Creative Process, Animation Theater, Performing Arts

Resumo

This article develops, identifies and presents two qualities to think about the objects used in creation processes in Performing Arts, in which we investigate body-object relations. We present the objects as docile or proposing and discuss their respective characteristics. Our methodology involved the selection and analysis of contemporary works in which we could examine principles relating to the physical characteristics of materials as well as the approaches adopted by the body in its relation to the object. This article is inspired by the Foucauldian notion of displacement applied to the consideration of other ways of thinking about the object beyond the so-called theater of objects or the understanding of the object as a scenic prop. In conclusion, we argue that recognizing these qualities of the object can contribute to expand the uses of the object in creation processes, including the production of specific objects for the Performing Arts.

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Biografia do Autor

Rossana Della Costa, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM)

Professora de ensino superior no Curso  Licenciatura em Teatro do Centro de Artes e Letras da da Universidade Federal de Santa Maria.

Publicado

2022-07-22

Como Citar

Della Costa, R., & Rossini, Élcio. (2022). Docile Object and Proposing Object: : a study on the qualities of the object and its possibilities in the creative process in Performing Arts. Revista Brasileira De Estudos Da Presença, 12(3), 1–26. Recuperado de https://www.seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/presenca/article/view/124237

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Seção

Performance e Formas Animadas