Corpo catastrófico: atravessamentos grotescos do corpo queer na fotoperformance
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Universidade Federal de Goiás
This research plays a delicious little talk about three tasty, thick and long thematic axes and the brotheragem relationships that can and are established between them, these axes being: the grotesque aesthetics, the queer universe and photoperformance. A beautiful combination. A curious chimera. Throughout the produced text, the possibilities of immersion in each of these nuclei are gossiped and some notes on how they all penetrate, horizontally, with each other and with my experiences. In the queer little world, the appearance of this strange word and its consequences are explored. Also, you’ll have exclusive access to what queer means in my life (lie, it’s not exclusive). In the grotesque bubble, have faith. It’s a lot of cloth for a single sleeve. In the end, it became a gigantic argument. You can read everything. I believe in you. Finally, we can summarize the photoperformances chapter as a meeting point between biscuits and more talk. Delicious, right? Broadly speaking, it is a research that eavesdrops on stories of hegemony and dissidence in the universes of art and gender and, at the same time, exposes my contribution to them. Throughout the pages, it is possible to obtain information about the themes that I proposed to research and their theoretical-practical relations, my collaborations for each of these three great universes and, the most important part (is it?), a luxurious exhibition of photoperformances that have been produced by me since 2018, with very naughty pitacos. Be ready. Contains humor and irony.
Grotesco, Queer, Fotoperformance, Performance, Fotografia, Grotesque, Queer, Photoperformance, Performance, Photography
MARTINS, Yuri Silva. Corpo catastrófico: atravessamentos grotescos do corpo queer na fotoperformance. 2023. 118 f. Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso (Licenciatura em Dança) – Faculdade de Educação Física e Dança, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2023.