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    Corpos e gritos de desencurralamento: performances como expressão das territorialidades geraizeirinhas
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-12-07) Souza, Jonielson Ribeiro de; Hartmann, Luciana;; Hartmann, Luciana; Salgado, Ricardo de Seiça Alves; Lopes, Jader Janer Moreira; Veloso, Jorge das Graças; Corrêa Júnior, Sebastião Rios
    This work presents a reflection on the relationships between theatrical performances by Gerazeiras children and adolescents and the ways of being and living in their communities in contexts of socio-environmental conflicts. Combining ethnography and theater, this research seeks to understand how children and adolescents are involved in these processes and how such relationships would be expressed in theatrical performances performed by them, which leads us to call this methodological proposal a performative ethnography. To this end, observant participation in the communities involved, provided by the author's experience in struggle processes or everyday events, combined with practices such as walks through their territories, are added to theatrical initiation workshops for children and adolescents taught by the author.
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    As performances das Folias de Reis e suas clivagens no campo e na cidade no município de Morrinhos/Go
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-10-11) Machado, José Henrique Rodrigues; Souza, Geórgia Cynara Coelho de;; Souza, Geórgia Cynara Coelho de; D’Abadia , Maria Idelma Vieira; Souza, Julierme Sebastião Morais; Amaral , Roberto Antônio Penêdo do; Oliveira, Rodrigo Cássio
    This research is linked to reflections on the Folias de Reis in the city of Morrinhos/GO. With the problem raised about this mode, and in what terms and cleavages, late capitalism and modern sociability are presented in/from the festivities of the countryside and the city, presented as a general objective to understand the possible differences, coincidences and determinations in the ritual, in the performance of the folios and their ritual, considering late modernity and modern sociability as influenced by the (dis)continuity and transformation of tradition. That said, an ethnographic survey of city and country leaves will be carried out, and their common, discrepant and convergent rites/acts will be verified. With the need to also capture unique markers of the performances of the festivities, the countryside and the city, in order to understand the countryside and the city as transformers of an invented tradition. The intention is still to document the founding symbolism existing in the ritual of the festivities and its imbrications in the tradition invented in the countryside and in the city and its possible variants, in the municipality of Morrinhos/GO. We will use Raymond Williams' theories that will demonstrate the relationships we need, with the purpose of understanding how late capitalism and modern sociability, theories brought by João Emanuel Cardoso de Melo, the object of this research, form a line of meaning. Here we will research the Folias de Reis, the rituals, the ambience, and to do so we will use, to illuminate this research, the concepts brought about culture by Peter Burke and his load of meaning on the breadth of the theme; Cultural Circularity by Mikhail Bakhtin; Representation, by Roger Chartier; Identity, by Stuart Hall; Memory, by Boaventura de Souza Santos; Invented Tradition, by Eric Hobsbawm. The methodology used was qualitative research, at an exploratory level. Derived from an ethnographic method, of an interdisciplinary nature, of a bibliographic nature, with field research, in which 59 festivities were visited, whose focus is on the social relations between devotion, the agents (devotees) and all the communities that receive the festivities described in order to highlight a dynamic scenario between Country and City and their divisions, always seeking to achieve maximum security from a visual point of view, and to frame what was seen in theories, taking into account the strength of the festivities of the festivities in Morrinhos/Go.
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    Psicanálise e arte: performances do eu em Jogo de cena
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-09-22) Ferreira, Ezequiel Martins; Nogueira, Lisandro Magalhães;; Nogueira, Lisandro Magalhães; Bezerra, Cláudio Roberto de Araújo; Nunes, Alexandre Silva; Amaral, Roberto Antônio Penêdo do; Christino, Daniel
    The proposal to relate the theories of Cultural Performances with Psychoanalysis was carried out based on the film by director Eduardo Coutinho, Play of Scene, taken, here, as a film within the limits of the documentary that carries traces of performance art, and evokes elements that point to the subjectivity behind the characters. In this, the objective is to elucidate the way in which this subjectivity appears in Coutinho's device, where the register of the imaginary prevails. The concepts of narcissism and the image of I are taken, and, extracted from the participants' testimonies, the significant extracts that are repeated and that point to a failure, at the same time that it expresses, as a mask, a another scene, in which something beyond the imaginary appears. Thus, as a result, the proposal given in the invitation, which is to crystallize an image of I in the form of characters, stumbles upon the reality of the scene itself.
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    Performatividade tecnológica: a emergência de uma nova cultura na saúde
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-07-21) Santos, Mayler Olombrada Nunes de; Rocha, Cleomar de Sousa;; Rocha, Cleomar de Sousa; Hildebrand, Hermes Renato; Moreira, Wendel Santos; Christino, Daniel; Nascimento, Hugo Alexandre Dantas do
    The present study aimed to discuss the role of technology in the development of a performativity that transforms the health area and favors the emergence of a new culture. The theoretical framework used includes contributions from Philosophy, Technoscience, Anthropology, Data Science, Medicine and Cultural Performances, among others, evidencing the interdisciplinary character of the topic addressed. An analytical and comparative methodology was used, with bibliographic data collection, analysis of computational algorithms used in the health area and critical reflection for the elaboration of a new thesis on the subject. The work shows how the human being is endowed with a body that undergoes a datafication process, where the generated data feed artifacts and systems that acquire their own ontological status, establishing a human-machine dialogic relationship. The importance of this study lies in the discussion about the transformations that society is subjected to when incorporating new digital tools, especially in health, emerging a new culture that will guide the future. The present work evidences a reordering of the health field from the technological performativity, which provides efficiency, quality and safety gains, in addition to promoting a collaborative and patient-centered posture, providing an adequate environment for the emergence of a new Medicine, fruit of of the fusion of Science and Art, Technique and Poetics.
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    Cuidado com aquele bizarra! Performatividades desobedientes de gênero na artevida de corpas dissidentes do binário
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-02-28) Martins, Ricardo Marinelli; Santos, Rafael Guarato dos;; Santos, Rafael Guarato dos; Fornari Diez, Carmen Lúcia; Oliveira, Victor Hugo Neves de; Cardoso, Thereza Cristina Rocha; Silva , Larissa Maués Pelúcio
    The proposal of this research was to produce a self-oreographic cartography of Princess Ricardo Marinelli and between crossing it with the selfographies of two other non-binary artist subjectivities (Stefano Belo and Cali Ossani), betting on a poetics and a narrative of the meeting. For this we resorted to the methodological parameters of cartography (Deleuze-Guarri, 1995, 1996, 1997a, 1997b; Rolnik, 1996, 2018; Barros, 2015; Aguiar, 2010). Along with this, we resorted to “performative research”, in which we find support to actually build selfographically thinking (Haseman, 2015). The challenge has always been to bring the possibilities of academic writing closer to those of art creation, daunting the boundaries between art, science and what we call life. In this endeavor helps us the theory of gender performance (1990) developed by philosopher Judith Butler in the 1990s and pointing out the performative character of the genre, the theory is based on three main points: 1. The concept of performative acts of language, by John Austin (1990); 2. The understanding of citation, of Jacques Derruda (1991; 2004); and finally, 3. Understanding of performance recognized in its dimension of production of the real. Along with this conceptual elaboration, we were interested in realizing how the intersection of these performative dimensions happen in the gesture, the choreography of the materiality of the body, and therefore, in the processes of subjectivation, especially to perceive and make visible what we are calling performance kuir. In this context the proposal of the contrarssexuality of Paul Preciac (2014) to understand and explain that I am part of a flood of bodies that re/exist challenging the binary genre and its compulsory dynamics. A horde that is not afraid to inhabit the uncertain, the little defined, the blurred, the strange. An swarm that does not swallow the alleged truth that humanity is divided solely between men and women. And so I have no choice but to update their survival strategies daily and daily. And we are spiraling time, connecting with ancestments and producing unthinkable future. In the midst of bizarre and chaos.
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    A performatividade do fio e da linha nas aulas de artes visuais
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-02-13) Silva, Marcia Inez da; Martins, Alice Fátima;; Satler, Lara Lima;; Satler, Lara Lima; Silva, Elsieni Coelho da; Freitag, Vanessa; Hartman, Luciana; Costa, Marcelo Henrique
    This research is a reflection on the performativity of the "thread and the line" in the teaching of the Visual Arts and intends to raise the debate about art as a field of research and teaching experience. The justification for the work lies in the relevance of reflecting on the teaching-learning process of the curricular component Art, in the early years of elementary school, by teachers without specific training based on the aesthetic codes of erudite art, which may imply vague conception of art and even lack of repertoire. Thus, the research is guided by the general objective: to reflect on the performativities of yarn and line in the teaching of Visual Arts, through workshops taught by me, using these materials with children from the early years of elementary school, experiencing the acts of embroidery, crochet, sew, weave and patch. In addition, I point out that it also aims to map artists and traditional textile collectives from Brazil and Latin America, investigating textile art in the production of intercultural audiovisual narratives through workshops, talking about performances, emotions and memories with the thread and the line in their daily lives, in a decolonial and transgressive perspective. In this sense, the research problem is the questioning about how my teaching practice, as regent, in the early years of elementary school, in the teaching of arts, can be transformative, not mechanical, based on dialogue, with a significant aesthetic experience, from the visualities present in the daily lives of students. Thus, when investigating performativities with yarn and line, I discuss the symbolic representations about the stories and affections of subjects who, using needles and cloths, produce scenes and plots, with hybrid creative processes that unite performance, interventions and technologies in the criticism of gender, aesthetic, ethnic-racial and social issues, as references for an art teaching. I also reflect on the importance and challenge of teacher training to promote a transgressive visual arts education with ample possibilities to teach the various aesthetic codes from a decolonial perspective, in plurality, for self-knowledge and social transformation. The research methodologies used were: field research with collectives and textile artists; action research with children aged 8 to 11 years at the Olegário Moreira Borges Municipal School (Goiânia), in ten workshops in the teaching of visual arts, involving TICS with the production of photographs and videos in the process of teaching and learning. Faced with the emergence of social isolation, which occurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the workshops were conducted in a hybrid way, in a mix between face-to-face and remote, which also generated reflections on teaching. As a result of the workshops in the teaching of visual arts, it was possible to experiment with threads and lines and reflect on the various developments caused by intercultural dialogues, based on the aesthetics of everyday life, permeated by digital technologies; and it was also possible to see that the textile poetics of artists and collectives of Latin American production brought to light problematizing questions about gender, ethnic-racial relations, identity and belonging, enabling literacies, image interpretations, writings and debates about the lived world. Thus, this research addresses art as experience, touching the lives of students and teacher, providing us the learning that thought and actions provoke reactions; and these, if thought and reflected, generate transformations, enable us to act differently, changing our lives and that of others. Finally, the lesson remains: learning to teach to look and think is to promote transgression and change through education.
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    Lygia Clark e Nise da Silveira: o processo criativo como ato terapêutico à luz da psicologia analítica de Jung
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-03-25) Xavier, Luana Lopes; Dias, Luciene de Oliveira;; Santos, Nádia Maria Weber;; Santos, Nádia Maria Weber; Camargo, Robson Corrêa de; Maciel, Roseli Martins Tristão; Andrade, Émile Cardoso; Dias, Luciene de Oliveira
    Esta tesis tiene como objetivo comprender los fenómenos como procesos psicológicos que se basan en la relación arte-vida. La obra de Lygia Clark (1920-1988), artista brasileña, y las obras de Nise da Silveira (1905-1999), psiquiatra brasileña, se remontan al proceso creativo como un acto terapéutico, porque son propuestas que trabajan la conexión del ser humano con naturaleza a través de la estructuración de la psique. En este sentido, el Movimiento Neoconcreto (1959) entra en escena como promotor del arte brasileño contemporáneo, un movimiento a partir del cual se origina una nueva concepción del espectador que conducirá a la experiencia del cuerpo y el símbolo en la obra de Lygia Clark. En este sesgo, discutimos el trabajo de Nise da Silveira, quien, a su vez, originalmente enumera el símbolo en el proceso creativo / terapéutico en el tratamiento de los esquizofrénicos para reformular la visión del inconsciente a través del arte. A la luz de la Psicología Analítica de Carl Gustav Jung, psiquiatra suizo, postulamos formas de entender el proceso psicológico como un acto de restablecimiento de la conexión primordial hombre-símbolo, típico de la condición humana. Para esto, recurrimos a varias discusiones y referencias teóricas para establecer posibilidades de pensar sobre el campo terapéutico, el cuerpo y el símbolo. Finalmente, esta tesis pretende crear un nuevo campo para ser explorado dentro del alcance de las representaciones culturales, para pensar en el proceso creativo como un acto terapéutico y cultural.
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    A performance do ator-personagem na cinematografia de narrativa híbrida brasileira: processos criativos, ritualidades e transformações
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-02-14) Ventura, Cristiane Moreira; Penafria, Manuela Maria Fernandes; ttp://; Satler, Lara Lima;; Satler, Lara Lima; Souza, Geórgia Cynara Coelho da; Talga, Jaqueline Vilas Boas; Pessuto, Kelen; Baggio, Eduardo Tulio
    In the last decade (2010-2020), we have been following the emergence of a Brazilian cinematography, which uses in its strategy of performing the actor-character and his life stories in the construction of a hybrid narrative, which oscillates between fiction and the documentary. Many of these films are built from real characters who perform situations that are specific to them or close to their daily lives, together with fictional situations. Such procedures have become recurrent in Brazilian independent and post-industrial cinema. Observing this phenomenon, we have the following hypothesis: the presence of these actor-characters in the films provokes a series of transformations, both in the actor-characters and in the narrative structures, in the modes of cinematographic production and mainly in the ways of making documentary. As a methodological path, we undertook a historicization of hybrid cinema in the Brazilian context, through bibliographical research, we investigated the relationships between the inheritance of the representation of the other in documentary, in view of decolonial thinking. We use the comparative methodology of filmic constellations to establish approximations with regard to the procedures for making these films, observing the affinities and affectations of this cinematographic community. And, in order to understand the transformations that take place with the actor-character when starting in the cinematographic rite, we conducted in-depth interviews with directors, members of the technical team and with actors from six different films. Still, we carried out an ethnography of a hybrid film set in order to examine the praxis of the entire creative process of this form of realization, in order to understand the needs, difficulties and potential of this cinema, which through the ethics of invention, of performance of itself, it projects a new possibility of narrative and life. As a result of this research, we hope to provoke reflections on the teaching of filmmaking, as well as on the formulation of notices to promote audiovisual production.
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    Um olhar para as performances culturais na midiatização do ritual da novena a Nossa Senhora do Perpétuo Socorro durante a pandemia da Covid-19
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-01-13) Costa, Christiane Gonçalves; Christino, Daniel;; Christino, Daniel; Nogueira, Lisandro Magalhães; Silva, Wagner Bandeira da; Arbués, Margareth Pereira; Veloso, Sainy Coelho Borges
    This paper brings a look at the mediatization of the ritual of the Novena in honor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help during the Covid-19 Pandemic, which goes through the concepts of the media-tization of religion and cultural performances regarding the theories of ritual and drama. The objective is to describe the scenario of the novena, its origin since the 14th century, and its continuity worldwide, in specific, in the Sacrosanct Minor Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, in Goiânia, Goiás, and how this scenario changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. With this, was sought to scrutinize the traces of cultural performances, observing how this ritual is char-acterized, as well as the relationship that the population and the faithful have with the rite, their beliefs, and how this behavior was changed, during the period of physical isolation, required by the pandemic of COVID-19. The research content was produced in the light of theoretical studies of cultural performances, theology, particularly Mariology, and the mediatization of religion. The data analysis was done qualitatively, by online research methods, based on observations of noted behaviors, during rituals, before the pandemic, and in social media, during the pandemic period.
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    As performances do carimbó “pau e corda”: entre batuques e partilha de saberes
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-08-29) Costa, Elyane Lobão da; Oliveira, Vânia Dolores Estevam de;; Oliveira, Vânia Dolores Estevam de; Silva, Renata de Lima; Gabbay, Marcelo Monteiro; Oliveira, Joana Abreu Pereira de; Guimarães, Vinicius Oliveira Seabra
    The present thesis has as its object the carimbó, as a Cultural Performance. This is a field research, which understands the importance of Collective Memory for the transmission of knowledge. Around this Ancestral Manifestation, there is an exchange of knowledge that is shared between mestres and carimbozeiros, and between mestres and sympathizers, thus marking the cultural identity of these subjects. This cultural manifestation is expressed as music, dance, leisure, religiosity and work, and must be analyzed from different perspectives, thus realizing its symbolic character. From the analysis of the memories of the carimbozeiros masters, it was noticed that the carimbó remains alive through resistance, through the transmission of knowledge through generations and through Non-Formal education, thus being a field of social, political, historical and cultural disputes, thus demarcating the identity of the subjects individually and collectively. The barracões are collective and privileged spaces in which this process of knowledge sharing takes place, thus contributing to a broad training of subjects, focused on citizenship, and the training process plays a fundamental role in safeguarding this cultural asset of an immaterial nature.
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    Eu jogo. Eu, jogo. A relação humano x máquina nas narrativas de RPGs eletrônicos
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-05-04) Ribeiro, Raquel de Paula; Christino, Daniel;; Christino, Daniel; Oliveira, Flávio Gomes de; Nogueira, Lisandro Magalhães; Melo, Marcilon Almeida de; Oliveira, Rodrigo Cássio
    This research has as a main proposal the discussion and analysis of the electronic RPG and the relation they provide between the machines or game gadgets and players, also the way these players, when performing their role in game put themselves in more than one space, remaining constantly at a liminary state. In addition to that, this research will pass through important issues about the being and the world around built by players, articulating in the same level real (or physical) environments and digital (or virtual) environments and the perception the player has of both, as the contribution they have to one another’s change, from player to game, from game to player. An important issue to be considered when talking about the player’s self-perception is the issue of other players if there is another player or many others sharing the same space and narrative and the difference it would make in this player’s perception when the other player is a human or a machine. Also, to consider the influence of culture, art, subjectivity, and technology in this player’s perception. The main objective of this thesis is to bring light to entertainment narratives contained in electronical RPG games and the way human stand and act when confronted with them. To achieve that goal, this thesis researches the games The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim e Xenoblade Chronicles X.
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    Cinema encruzilhada: as performances culturais e o campo do filme documentário
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-09-05) Gama, Alessandra Regina; Alexandre Sobrinho, Gilberto;; Nogueira, Lisandro Magalhães;; Nogueira, Lisandro Magalhães; Machado, Irene de Araújo; Dennison, Stephanie Rhona; Bezerra, Claudio Roberto de Araújo; Satler, Lara Lima
    In this work we are interested in investigating, in the light of cultural performances, ways of representations of the Afro-Brazilian cosmovision, in documentary films that contribute to aesthetic and political reflections about representational practices of Candomblé and Afro-diasporic cultures. In this context, similarity, difference and otherness, therefore, identity issues, are mixed with symptoms historical racial groups that sediment representational practices of stereotyping. We start from the assumption that the points of contact between the performances cultural and documentary, crossed by the Afro-Brazilian cosmovision, configure an aesthetics of the crossroads and, thus, articulate codes, texts, gestures and symbolic systems, which create meanings and, consequently, elaborate responses to representational practices. To address the problem presented, we started the theoretical reflections approaching the relations between cultural performances and the field of documentary film from the crossroads perspective, which highlights the epistemic linkage of behaviors and narratives coherently aesthetic and policies, based on the perspective of the Afro-diasporic cosmovision. The studies on representational policies help us to think about the power embedded in the notion of representation as a creative act that challenges stereotypes through counter-strategic intervention and inversion movements. We are interested in establishing an opposing view of the colonialist discourse from which the historical and cultural formation of the peoples of the West derives. To that end, we invest in studies by authors of the main reference bases: Leda Maria Martins, Diana Taylor, Richard Schechner, Victor Turner, Fernão Ramos, Bill Nichols, Stela Bruzzi, Cláudio Bezerra, Manuela Penafria, bell hooks, Robert Stam, Stuart Hall, Beatriz Nascimento and Muniz Sodré. From the articulation invested in the notion of cinema crossroads, we move on to the filmic analysis of the documentary series carried out by the Society for the Study of Black Culture in Brazil – SECNEB: Orixá Ninu Ilê (1978), Iyá-Mi-Agbá (1981) and Egungun (1982). The result is an analysis of images and sounds that compose a cinematography interested in the dispute of modes of representation, based on the proposition of a decolonized look about the images and sounds of Afrodiasporic cultural performances.
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    Artes integradas: a Arte na construção do conhecimento
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-06-06) Monteiro, Aline Folly Faria; Camargo, Robson Corrêa de;; Camargo, Robson Corrêa de; Iavelberg, Rosa; Campos, Gilka Martins de Castro; Aquino, Thais Lobosque; Alcantara, Luz Marina de
    This research intends to study theoretical models that work and research the integrated arts. The work intends to emphasize historical, conceptual-philosophical, pedagogical and methodological aspects that structure the artistic integration, in addition to seeking relationships with the Brazilian educational context today, investigating the adequacy to our reality. From the literature review of authors such as the philosopher John Dewey, who is considered the precursor of integrative thinking (1859-1952), with Art as Experience ([1934] 2010) and Experience and Education ([1938] 1976); Elliot Eisner (1933-2014), The arts and the creation of mind (2002) and What can education learn from the arts about the practice of education? ([2002a] (2008) and Howard Gardner (1943 -) with the work Multiple Intelligences ([1983] 2011). North American authors who research and practice the integrated arts were also brought in to dialogue and present concrete theoretical-practical possibilities, such as Bresler (1995; 2007), Burnaford et al (2001; 2007); Aprill (2010), Marshal (2014; 2015), Deasy (2003), among others. A deepening of the question requires that the propositions be analyzed from the understanding of concepts such as interdisciplinarity, transdisciplinarity and integration, differentiating from the concept of integrated arts. Thus, we highlight the studies on interdisciplinarity and integration based on the works of Ivani Fazenda (1941-), Hilton Japiassu (1934-2015) and Julie T. Klein (1944 -), among other authors. The paradigm shift, which is so necessary, is highlighted in the study of complex thinking, transdisciplinarity and the various levels of reality, based on the works of the philosopher Edgar Morin (1921-) The well-made head: rethinking reform, reforming the thought (2004), from the work of Basarab Nicolescu (1942-) in his The manifesto of transdisciplinarity (1999) and Maria Cândida Moraes and Saturnino de La Torre (undated) with the work Sentipensar: fundaments e strategies to re-enchant education (2004), among other authors, as a way of clarifying integrative practice and understanding the relationship between thought and action. This work also brings reflections from what was recently established by the document of the National Common Curricular Base (BNCC), which introduces the integrated arts in a simple and decontextualized way and without pointing out any theoretical basis that can establish its practice, giving rise to imprecise interpretations, the that does not contribute to their development in the educational framework. Ana Mae Barbosa (1936 -), among other authors, will be important to contextualize art in Brazil and the integrative processes that occurred, but that soon dissipated. Authors of Cultural Performances such as Schechner (2006; 2011), Robson Camargo (2006) among others, present an interdisciplinary theoretical contribution, highlighting important points in the practice of integrated arts. Finally, this work also presents the scarcity of research on the subject and some aspects that can structure artistic integration, outlining a form of integrative practice and planning as a proposal for the integrated arts within Brazilian schools.
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    Deusas que riem: performance-sagrada e ancestralidade feminina a partir do arquétipo das pombagiras
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-08-02) Miranda, Helder Carlos de; Santos, Rafael Guarato dos;; Santos, Rafael Guarato dos; Oliveira, Victor Hugo Neves de; Lobo, Andréa Maria Favilla; Alvim, Valeska Ribeiro; Souza, Aguinaldo Moreira de
    This work is aimed at developing, analyzing and ref lecting on a practical artistic proposal that that dialogues with aesthetic, philosophical and social knowledge belonging to Af ro-Brazilian religions. The study carried out permeates intersections between the theatrical comic (laughter in the theater) and the feminine deities of Candomblé and Umbanda, especially the Pombagira entity. It addresses a practical and theoretical investigation of aesthetic and poetic elements carried out by these deities. Currently, several artistic experiments have been promoted as a ref lection of the Af ro-Brazilian culture, both as a movement for the preservation of culture, as well as a process of cultural resistance in the f ight against racism. In line with these perspectives, it was developed through experience and participation with Companhia do Intéprete and in sacred rituals in Umbanda yards, as well as through interviews with the pai & mãe-de-santo f rom the Ilê Ase Igba Ty Oya Balé Umbanda yard. The results were analyzed through the creation, realization and analysis of the sacred performance “Laughter and Ancestry: The Feminine”. This sacred perf ormance was carried out based on f ield research, especially based on the archetype of the Pombagira entity in the dialogue with the experiences already def ined by the collective of artists of Companhia do Intérprete with laughter and theatrical comic. By living and experiencing attributes of black culture and religiosity, it is clear that, with them, it is possible to compensate for creative practices. These practices, in addition to contributing to the anti-racist struggle and Af ro-Brazilian resistance processes, can extrapolate hegemonic, white and European-centered references.
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    O circuito cultural brasileiro e a crítica de cinema: um estudo sobre a recepção especializada dos filmes de Mazzaropi
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-07-21) Junqueira, Juliana; Corrêa Júnior, Sebastião Rios;; Satler, Lara Lima;; Martins, Alice Fátima; Satler, Lara Lima; Fernandes, Ana Rita Vidica; Abdala Júnior, Roberto; Corrêa Junior, Sebastião Rios
    With success with the public and the maintenance of a powerful national film industry over approximately thirty years, São Paulo filmmaker Amácio Mazzaropi was continuously evaluated by specialized critics between the 1950s and 1980s. comics by the filmmaker, addressed political and social issues characteristic of Brazilian society such as racism, machismo, exploitation of the worker, rural exodus, gentrification caused by the emergence of cities, among others. Even so, his productions were considered alienating, repetitive, simplistic, conformist and technically fragile. The objective of this thesis was to understand the critical reception that the works received over the years. We investigate Mazzaropian cinema within a social and historical context, in order to include them in the film analysis, going beyond the imagistic and semantic aspects of the films. Therefore, we sought to understand Mazzaropi's cinema, observing its history, evolution and relations with the national reality and also to understand the context of Brazilian cinema during the artist's production period. The theoretical-methodological paths of the research are linked to the fields of Cultural Studies and Cultural Performances, and Richard Johnson's Culture Circuit was chosen as the theoretical methodological path for the development of the analyses. Three films by Mazzaropi were analyzed: Sai da Frente, Meu Japão Brasileiro and Jeca e Seu Filho Preto, each one corresponding to a decade of work by the filmmaker, in the first as an actor and in the last two as an actor and owner of his production company. to Amacio Mazzaropi Productions. The films were selected from the texts of critics found in the press. From the large amount of reviews researched on electronic sites such as Hemeroteca Digital and digital collections of periodicals, we selected those with the highest density and written by professionals with a relevant professional trajectory in the cinematographic field. In this way, from the bibliographic research and analysis, through the Culture Circuit, of the selected films and the reviews published about them in the press of the time, we obtained a greater knowledge about the Mazzaropian production and we found evidence that proves that the place and the time in which the reviews were written influenced the specialized reception of the filmmaker's work. Thus, we found that the social, political and historical context in which the films were released influenced the critics' reading and that the approach to social problems, through comics, prevented a less stereotyped specialized reading of Mazzaropi's films.
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    Corpos em extensão: por uma educação performática, intercultural e sensível
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-02-17) Fratti, Rodrigo Graboski; Falcão, José Luiz Cirqueira;; Silva, Renata de Lima;; Silva, Renata de Lima; Hartmann, Luciana; Barcelos, Tania Maia; Fleuri, Reinaldo Matias; Lima, Marlini Dorneles de
    The objective of this thesis was to formulate, having the pedagogical practice as a background, an academic reflection on Performance, Intercultural/Decolonial and Sensitive Education in the field of University Extension and Culture. For that, we developed an analysis of the formative experiences in a University Extension and Culture Program: the Grupo CorpoEncena of UFCAT as a starting point; then, we elaborate a conceptual and categorical reflection of the postulates of Cultural Performances and their mediations with Education, of Interculturality/Decoloniality and their mediations with Education, as well as of Sensitive Education as a contribution to formative processes within the University. We ended the writing by producing a proposal for a University Extension and Culture Project that dialogues with the framework proposed in the thesis, as well as with the knowledge and practices of an African matrix and their interrelationships with the training of people with disabilities.
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    Tex, um mundo de sensibilidades e imaginários
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-03-10) Antunes, Aline Ferreira; Christino, Daniel;; Santos, Nádia Maria Weber;; Santos, Nádia Maria Weber; Christino, Daniel; Abdala Júnior, Roberto; Gomes, Ivan Lima; Beneduzi, Luis Fernando
    This PhD research is the result of accumulated years of studies since my History graduation. The source and the research area remained the same: the cultural production of Comic Book magazines dedicated to the most long-lived Italian character in Western: Tex Willer - produced by Giovanni Luigi Bonelli (arguments and scripts) and Aurelio Galleppini (drawing), since 1948 in Milan, Italy. The central theme of this research is focused on readings of Tex fans in the light of Cultural Performances, understood here as an area of intersection between many fields of study. In this sense, it is necessary to dialogue with authors of Historiography and Communication. The methodology was based on a qualitative research, theoretical bibliographic reviews on comic books and Tex, as well as a case study of TEX magazines and also fan letters, cosplays made at meetings dedicated exclusively to the character. In addition, postings on social networks dedicated to the character such as Facebook and Instagram were also used as sources. The main question discussed on the text is about how does a cowboy produced in comics in Italy arrive in Brazil (reception) and dialogue with other cultural products of his time, in this case Western Hollywood films and Western Spaghetti? In this sense, the main objective was to understand TEX's reception in Brazil with a focus on fan cosplays, analyzing the performativity and sensitivity of these fans who dress up in the character of fumetti and who express their opinions and passions via internet. Such research contributed to a closer approximation of the Texian world, Brazilian Tex fans and how this community organizes itself through social networks. It is the result of an interdisciplinary training, moving between History and Cultural Performances, with a source of research in itself that is also interdisciplinary and hybrid.
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    A experiência de Samuel Beckett no cinema
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2021-10-21) Reis, Adriel Diniz dos; Abdala Júnior, Roberto;; Abdala Júnior, Roberto; Camargo, Robson Corrêa de; Nogueira, Lisando Magalhães; Reinato, Eduardo José; Vieira, Karine Ramaldes
    This thesis presents a cinematographic analysis of the short film named Film (1965) from the perspective of theatrical influence the Irish Samuel Beckett. Thus, this work brings together the film Film, the play Waiting for Godot and all the dramaturgical work written by the Irish playwright Beckett. Written and directed by Beckett and co-directed by the American stage director Alan Schneider, Film addresses the Irish philosopher George Berkeley’s “To be is to be perceived” principle. In turn, Waiting for Godot, Beckett's main play, approaches the conceptual tripod of all Beckettian dramaturgy, based on the concepts of time, memory and habit, so important to the French writer Marcel Proust. Therefore, this research is interested in discussing the “subjective self-performances” raised in the reader-viewer from the relationships established in the filmic-theatrical characters' plot of the beckettian.
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    Crueldade e poesia: manifestações performáticas (in-de) Antonin Artaud e Manoel de Barros
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-02-08) Barbara, Rodrigo Peixoto; Dias, Luciene de Oliveira;; Dias, Luciene de Oliveira; Leal, Cristyane Batista; Satler, Lara Lima; Pascali, Maria Julia; Figueiredo, Valéria Maria Chaves de
    Everything is body! One who writes, does it with the body, a body work. One who reads, does it with the body, the body work of someone. Above all, this anti-Thesis is an encounter with the body (corpus) of life, the result of my experience with the Cruelty by Antonin Artaud and the Poetry by Manoel de Barros as well as the resonance/vibrations from this experience, in my body. Therefore, I present a corpography that: • Reflects the cruelty and the poetry as performative manifestations (in-by) Artaud and Manoel de Barros. In other words, what is firstly revealed inside, ‘in’, and then ‘by’, outside oneself and finally projected into the collective. The word manifestation is acquired as a personal revelation and personal-collective, in terms of taking a stand in and for life. Moreover, the concept of performance implies an artistic, anarchic, transgressive, subversive, freeing and revolutionary expression which ends up changing the reality. • Proposes a friendship between Artaud and Manoel de Barros (Poetic Cruelty, Cruel Poetry), considering the existential issues and the similar perspectives regarding life, art, social structure and the urgency of and for freedom.
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    O arrepio do lúdico: análise da construção do espaço e da atmosfera de jogos de videogame de horror, terror, suspense e subgêneros
    (Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2021-08-06) Bueno, Murilo Gabriel Berardo; Christino, Daniel;; Christino, Daniel; Rocha, Claudio Aleixo; Franco, Edgar Silveira; Nogueira, Lisandro Magalhaes; Melo, Marcilon Almeida de
    Cette thèse de doctorat analyse la construction de l'espace et l'atmosphère de l'horreur, le suspense et les genres possibles dans le jeux vidéo. L'investi-gation interdisciplinaire combine les études phénomènologiques propos par Heidegger, Gumbrecht et Fink, avec un cadre complemmentaire des étu-des sur les performances culturelles propos par Schechner, Turner et Gen-nep, ainsi que les études sur le genre et les narratifs cinématographiques, en permettrant d'annaliser comment l'expérience et matérialisation de l'espace et de l'atmosphère sont construites dans les jeux, en amenent points de con-tact avec les états liminaires et performatiques qui constituent l’expérience de la jouabilité et offrent la possibilité d'étudier des genres et des catégories nar-ratifs dans les jeux. The objectif de la recherche est d'analyser l'espace et l'atmosphère des jeux Outlast, Outlast II, The Evil Within, The Evil Within 2, Resident Evil 2 (Remake), Resident Evil 3 (Remake). Ces jeux ont été choisi pour être, bien qu'ils sont issus d'une recherche qualitative, d'un échantillon pertinent pour une discussion sur différents types d'espaces, d'atmosphères, d'ouvertures esthétiques et de genres narratifs. L'objectifs spécifiques ont été établis pour analyser l'interface entre les performances culturelles et phéno-ménologie, par l'analyse de la construction d'espaces organisés pour faire peur. Un objectif supplémentaire pour l'orientation et le développement de la recherche était de mener l'investigation des jeux d'un point de vue esthéti-que, liés à apporter la consolidation du climat de peur et la constitution d'un langage visant à l'esthétique dans les jeux qui font partie du corpus de re-cherche. Enfin, le besoin d'enqueter sur les histoires, les intrigues et les récits dans la consolidation des tropes de genre à chaque moment de jeuabilité. Au cours de la discussion sur le sujet dont je m'occupe, l'objet d'un corpus d'étu-des et de recherches, nous avons développé l'analyse basée sur une structu-re interdisciplinaire, dans une combinaison d'éléments théoriques, com-me proposé avant.