The Limits of Discourse: A lecture on the Relationship between “Theory”, “Art” and “Body” in the XX Century
Keywords:theory, art, body, interdisciplinarity
AbstractThe author intends to persevere in the “diadisciplinarity,” in the crossed out or exceeded disciplinarity which does not allow the objectification of the relationship between “art,” “theory” and “body” into a firm method. He keeps that method in a state of crisis of heterogeneous events or incidents. The relationship between theory and art “through” body is the “event” or “incident” of the located representation or presentation. What is at stake here is the “representation” or “presentation,” not the literal portrayal of “theory” and “art” through body; the constructs or figures are instrumentalized or used to provoke procedures, forms and functions of theory and art.
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