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Conferência de Pauline Bachmann


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No próximo dia 8 de fevereiro de 2019, pelas 14h30, na Sala Ferreira Lima (FLUC, 6º piso), Pauline Bachmann (Universidade de Zurique) fará a conferência “Action Poetry: Clemente Padín and Edgardo Antonio Vigo’s Experimental Poetic Practices in the 1970s”. Esta iniciativa é organizada pelo Programa de Doutoramento FCT em Materialidades da Literatura e Centro de Literatura Portuguesa (CLP).

This presentation explores the transformation of Brazilian concrete poetry into what Uruguayan poet Clemente Padín called “poesía inobjetual”, and Argentinian poet and artist Edgardo Antonio Vigo called “poema para y/o a realizar” under dictatorships and repressive regimes. It draws attention to their subversive and transformative potential in seemingly contradictory situations, and examines the relationship between the phenomenological influence on material reality, the human body, and the semantics of words.

Pauline Bachmann has always been interested in working at the disciplinary limits of art and literature. She studied Latin American Studies, Art History and History at Freie Universität Berlin where she graduated with a Master’s on Representations of the Carribean in Central American Novels in 2010. Between 2011 and 2017 she was a research fellow of the DFG-funded Research Group “Transcultural Negotiations in the Ambits of Art” also at Freie Universität Berlin. She received her PhD in May 2017 from the Universität Zürich in Portuguese Literature. Her thesis inquires conceptions of embodiment in the Brazilian Neoconcrete Movement in Rio de Janeiro (1957-1967). Pauline also studied in Costa Rica (UNA), Mexico (COLMEX) and France (Université de Nantes)

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