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Title: Claire Denis: cinema i territoris del cos
Author: Batlle Vives, Joan
Tutor: Gual Bergas, Joan Miquel
Keywords: cinema
intertextuality
philosophy
Denis
body
cartography
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Working on what the body represents in a specific area such as cinema means, from the outset, making reference to an entire map map where we can track the presence of a body that crosses the art of animated images from the evolution of the fixed image and intertextualitat with other disciplines. In the case of our work, we believe that this intertextuality with disciplines is relevant, such as the philosophy that spread throughout the various established topographies. It is not only the implications located in several authors such as Spinoza, Deleuze or Nancy, but in some crosses that will make a filmography of the body present in the work of the French director Claire Denis available from various disciplines. In this sense, it can also serve as a role model to keep thinking about what Spinoza said: the one that can a body.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/99926
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