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Pedro Lopes de Almeida Five faces of transgression and its norms: In a similar vein, we hope that this new volume may give evidence of our concern for the crucial role currently performed by the field of aesthetics and its engaging multidisciplinary dialogue with a variety of fields within the Humanities.
Each specific field of studies was however not seen per se, but always embodied in contemporary culture and within the scope of a wide variety of critical debates and current theories of knowledge.
Thus our understanding of material culture as a rich and plural territory of inquiry and debate which engages us all, students and scholars of the Humanities. Special thanks to the Board of Directors and the research team leaders of CEHUM for the precious help provided towards the organization and the setting up of this international event.
Destacamos os nomes dos oradores convidados: Chantal Zabus Institut Univ. Madrid ; Angel Rivero Univ. Madrid ; Bernard Mcguirk Univ. Betterton apresentou um importante estudo de caso: O choque deveu -se a dois factores: Em A dualidade das personagens, Murray Smith Univ.
O artigo Paisagens urbanas e fotografia: On the unveiling of the statue Ken Livingstone, then Mayor of London commented, Alison s life is a struggle over much greater difficulties than the men who are celebrated here.
The response from the tabloid press was more hostile: Quinn s statue of Lapper marked the visual entry of an embodied and dis-abled maternal subject into national public space for the first time. The significance of Alison Lapper Pregnant lay in the way that it provoked debates about maternal visibility and the aesthetics of public sculpture in a symbolic location at the heart of London.
Through a reading of Alison Lapper Pregnant and different responses to it, I want to open up questions about the representation of maternal bodies within a site of national heritage.
What does it mean for an historically excluded body to enter into public visibility? What do such bodies out of place reveal about the aesthetic norms open to national citizens? The Fourth Plinth debate The question of how to fill the empty Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square is still subject to dispute over whether contemporary art is appropriate as a form of national monument.
In the Royal Society of Arts had commissioned three artists to produce temporary sculptures for the empty plinth in successive years: The debate about public art is one of the most valuable aspects of this project.
While no single commission and no single use for the plinth will please everyone, contemporary work that gets people engaged with this vital public space is extremely valuable. Initial reactions focused on the legitimacy of Lapper s figure as a representative of nation in relation to the existing sculptural monuments in Trafalgar Square.
How could a sculpted portrait of a pregnant woman with limb impairments occupy a public site encoded as heroic and masculine, and signified as such by Nelson s Column? One theme that recurred throughout the contro- 2 See Quinn Alison Lapper is much more beautiful than Nelson.
Lapper s own comment reflected on these themes: I regard it as a modern tribute to femininity, disability and motherhood. It is so rare to see disability in everyday life let alone naked, pregnant and proud.
Lapper was born with the genetic condition phocomelia, which means that she has no arms and shortened legs, and her exceptional life story had already attracted a great deal of media attention. Her autobiography Alison Lapper: My Life in My Hands, her own account of seventeen years spent in an institution for dis-abled children, and of her determination to become an artist, was also published in This is what Marc Quinn said when his sculpture was unveiled: At first sight it would seem that there are few if any public sculptures of people with disabilities.
However, a closer look reveals that Trafalgar Square is one of the few public spaces where one exists: Nelson on top of his column has lost an arm. I think that Alison s portrait reactivates this dormant aspect of Trafalgar Square. Most public sculpture, especially in the Trafalgar Square and Whitehall areas is triumphant male statuary.Gabriel García Márquez (7 March -) ); translated by Randolph Hogan as The Story of a Shipwrecked Sailor (New York: Knopf, ); The narrator in this novel is third-person omniscient, occasionally revealing what the characters think.
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