Criando arenas para interações sociais

“coleções de fronteira”

Autores

  • Anne Bénichou
  • Marie Tissot

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26512/museologia.v9i18.35275

Palavras-chave:

Arte Performativa. Coleção de Fronteira. Foudation du doute. Watermill Center. Musée de la danse.

Resumo

Desde meados dos anos 2000, assistimos ao surgimento de novas formas de instituições dedicadas à produção, disseminação, preservação e conhecimento de práticas de arte performativa. Embora o desenvolvimento de coleções seja apenas uma atividade periférica nessas organizações, a coleção constitui um território propício à experimentação. Os atores envolvidos interagem com os objetos coletados, materiais ou imateriais, em suas ações artísticas, ou mesmo inventam novas formas de "fazer uma coleção". Propomos a noção de "coleção de fronteira", inspirada na sociologia interativa, a fim de mostrar que a coleção, em regime performático, prossegue e gera formas de cooperação entre diferentes mundos sociais e renova as interações entre seres humanos e objetos. Direcionando nossa atenção na Fondation du doute, no Watermill Center, no Musée de la danse, analisamos as formas de colaboração entre os atores que interagem com estas coleções, as habilidades e referências que são mobilizadas, as ferramentas que são construídas e as formas de conhecimento que são produzidas.

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2020-11-21 — Atualizado em 2020-11-25

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Bénichou, A., & Tissot, M. (2020). Criando arenas para interações sociais: “coleções de fronteira”. Museologia & Interdisciplinaridade, 9(18), 301–339. https://doi.org/10.26512/museologia.v9i18.35275 (Original work published 21º de novembro de 2020)

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