Unlearnig PiecePeter Purg
, 2022, umetniško delo
Opis: The performative intervention is articulated both through spoken
word as well as in physical (re)presentation of the body in situ.
Along the ELO 2022 programme we select and remix fragments in a way
that corresponds to the principles of Bertolt Brecht's " Lehrstücke,“ the so
called learning or teaching pieces that deconstruct and expose the
mechanisms of (power) relationships inherent to the
(media/art educational ) system in question.
The participants and audiences are invited to comment upon the
intervention, opening a space of (self)reflexive interaction among all the
involved people, and perhaps machines as well. The focus is on eLit /ELO
production and dissemination conditions as related to (if not limited by)
the presented aesthetics and mechanics, the narratives and poetics
Provoking both rational and emotional perspectives of the ELO 2022
community, possibilities of (un)learning through acting, playing roles,
adopting postures etc. are explored, dissolving (or at least questioning) the
divide between authors and audiences, both invited (in Brechtian terms) to
acquire attitudes rather than to consume an entertainment.
The challenge at ELO 2022 would also consist of surpassing Brecht's
principles as e.g. derived by the Brasilian director Zé Celso and his Theatre
of Discovery, or Augusto Boal's Forum Theatre that abolished the division
between actors and audiences who were invited to actively intervene in the
discourse presented, a collective experiment and search for solutions to
social (and in this case aesthetical and poetical) issues at hand.
With no actor audience separation, the emphasis on performance shifts
upon the process, rather than the final product be it the artwork itself, or
theoretical discourse about and around it.
Ključne besede: unlearning, perfromance, participative, Brecht, e-literature
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Post Colonial Dilettantes : The Aesthetics Of Anti-ImperialismRajat Sharma
, 2018, magistrsko delo
Opis: The thesis begins a discourse into a need of an Indian film theory by exploring and
analysing the plenitude of relevant western theories. In order to do so it lays down certain
concrete relationships between ideologies, terminologies and their effect; as in what
exactly post colonial means, why it is important to understand the impact of colonisation
on culture and thus on one of the most mass consumed medium in India; films. The thesis
explores the depths and complexity of the relationship of these two and the other
influences that sprout from it for example the intensity of colonisation as a cultural project
and its influence on the social reality of the people, artists, thinkers (and in our case
specifically filmmakers) , who in turn reflect on this culture through various mediums
including films. The thesis examines the western plethora of film theory in order to
accentuate the contrast between film and cinema in the west and east and thus the
subsequent need to bring forth a new ‘Eastern Film theory’.
Ključne besede: Post Colonialism, Cultural genocide, Cinematic Apparatus, Baudry, Political cinema, Brecht, Counter Cinema, Feminist film theory, Laura Mulvey, Douchet, Lacan, Anti Imperialism, Third Cinema, Solanas and Getino, Third Manifesto, Indian Cinema, Satyajit Ray, Consumerism
Objavljeno v RUNG: 19.11.2018; Ogledov: 3533; Prenosov: 149
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