Clues to a Performative Cartography of the ‘New Right’ (2015-2019)

Thálita Motta Melo


This paper aims to weave a reflection from the performativity setback, when charting the politics’ aestheticization and art’s politicization, produced from the rise of the new right in recent Brazil, permeating aspects of its performativity. In conclusion, it is discussed aspects concerning the carnivalization, from the joy's strategies analyzed in Belo Horizonte and its street carnival. This is like an aesthetic-political glimpse amidst the new right’s ill-forged barrel of copies, characterized by the strategy of the hybrid war, a mark of History's falsification, as tactics for geopolitical territory dispute.


Carnivalization; Performativity; Aestheticization of Politics; ‘New Right’


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REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE ESTUDOS DA PRESENÇA - Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies - e-ISSN 2237-2660 - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil -





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