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Uma raposa no jardim : da fotografia e do onírico

Author(s): Tavares, Rita Costa, 1990-

Date: 2014

Persistent ID: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/11533

Origin: Repositório da Universidade de Lisboa

Subject(s): Warburg, Aby, 1866-1929; Lynch, David, 1946-; Tarkovsky, Andrei, 1932-1986; Marker, Chris, 1921-; Blaufuks, Daniel, 1963-; Mekas, Jonas; Principe, André, 1976-; Benjamin, Walter, 1892-1940; Lispector, Clarice, 1925-1977; Fotografia; Arquivo; Memória; Onirismo


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Going through three distinct paths, Visual Arts/Photography, the invention of the Essay and Poetry, this theorical-practical dissertation is followed by an artistic project which is formed of photographs and textual creations. The series that make up the practical work is intimately connected to the reflection surrounding photography matters and its subjectivity, being this a form of communication and information transmission or the lack of it. It is building an archive where in one side exists a photographic record of the reality, although very close to oneiric environments and, in the other side, a fragmented textual record of experienced dreams. Since the emergence of photography its reflection is divided in two segments, the technique and the “emotion”. It is especially in interest to detach the photography role as an extension of the memory where the registration of what exists in that moment becomes, before long, part of the past, of what existed. Photography allows doing this journey in time, allows to keep present matters of the past. Keeping a strong autobiographic character, this work builds a net of visual and textual information narrowly connected to the interior and to the individual memory, almost like it would be a fragmented poetic contemplation, conserving a conducting wire between the several pieces that it is composed by

Tese de mestrado, Pintura, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2014

Document Type Master thesis
Language Portuguese
Advisor(s) Vidal, Carlos, 1964-
Contributor(s) Tavares, Rita Costa, 1990-
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