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ADRIANA PINTO FERNANDES DE AZEVEDO (2016)
Publisher: PONTIFÍCIA UNIVERSIDADE CATÓLICA DO RIO DE JANEIRO
Languages: Portuguese
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: CASA, HOUSE, ARQUIVO, ARCHIVE, HOMOSSEXUALIDADE, HOMOSEXUALITY, LGBT, QUEER, PRECARIEDADE, PRECARIOUSNESS, LAR, HOME, HOME-MOVIES, LITERATURA, CULTURA E CONTEMPORANEIDADE
A presente tese tem como objetivo traçar uma paisagem constelar de vivências queers (minorias sexuais, de gênero, étnico-raciais, etc) que afirmam suas vidas através da reconfiguração das ideias de lar e casa. Para isso, foram utilizados diversos objetos-acontecimentos (filmes, livros, materiais arquivísticos) que nos ajudassem a produzir fendas ou fissuras afirmativas no pensamento sobre o poder através das suas potências de vida, fazendo eco ao que propõe Beatriz Preciado em seu ensaio Multidões Queer: notas para uma política dos anormais (2011). Alguns deles são: o livro Stella Manhattan (1995), de Silviano Santiago; os home movies do cineasta Derek Jarman; materiais pessoais de Alice B. Toklas e Gertrude Stein arquivados no Harry Ramson Center, da Universidade do Texas em Austin; a peça de teatro Domínio do Escuro (2015) de Juliana Pamplona; o filme The Watermelon Woman (1996), de Cheryl Dunye e o filme Shortbus (2006), de John Cameron Mitchell. Trata-se de uma organização de tese que faz parte de uma corporeidade que não é histórica no sentido normativo da palavra, mas tecida como um gesto que se aproxima daquele presente no Atlas de Aby Warburg, no esforço de fazer entender o link, um nexo, uma conexão secreta entre diferentes imagens que se afirmam enquanto resistências às normas de gênero e sexualidade, e aos modos de estar junto normatizados na modernidade e na História. The goal for this thesis is to draw a constellation of queer livings (sexual, gender, ethnic, racial and other minorities) that reassures their lives through the reconfiguration of the ideas of home and house. In order to accomplish that, several happening-objects were used (films, books, archive material) to help us produce affirmative slits or clefts when thinking about power through its life potency, echoing what Beatriz Preciado suggests in her essay Multitudes queer. Notes for a politics of abnormality (2011). Some of them are: the book Stella Manhattan (1995), by Silviano Santiago; movie maker Derek Jarman s home movies; personal material from Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein archived at Harry Ramson Center, at the University of Texas in Austin; the play Domínio do Escuro (2015) by Juliana Pamplona; the movie The Watermelon Woman (1996), by Cheryl Dunye and the movie Shortbus (2006), by John Cameron Mitchell. It is a thesis organized in a non-historical corporeity in the normative sense of the word, but woven as a gesture close to the one present in Aby Warburg s Atlas, in an effort to understand the hidden connection between different images that arise as resistence to the norms of gender and sexuality, and to the normatized forms of being together in modernity and in History.
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