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Foi recentemente lançado o livro The Centre as Margin. Eccentric Perspectives on Art, Joana Antunes, Maria L. Craveiro, Carla A. Gonçalves (eds.), Delaware e Malaga: Vernon Press, Series on the History of Art, 2019.

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O livro tem contribuições de vários autores, entre eles Ricardo Seiça Salgado, sócio da APA, cujo capítulo se intitula “Creative resistance as a counter-apparatus, from nonsense to avant-garde”


Salgado, Ricardo Seiça, 2019, “Creative resistance as a counter-apparatus, from nonsense to avant-garde”. In Joana Antunes, Maria L. Craveiro, Carla A. Gonçalves (eds.) The center as margin: eccentric perspectives on art. Delaware e Malaga: Vernon Press, Series on the History of Art, 69-89.


Summary

The Centre as Margin. Eccentric Perspectives on Art is a multi-authored volume of collected essays that answer the challenge of thinking Art History, and the Arts in a broader sense, from a liminal point of view. Its main goal is thus to discuss the margin from the centre – drawing on its concomitance within study themes and subjects, ontological and epistemological positions, or research methodologies themselves. Marginality, eccentricity, liminality, and superfluity are all part of a dynamic relationship between centre and margin(s) that will be approached and discussed, from the point of view of disciplines as different and as close as art history, philosophy, literature and design, from medieval to contemporary art.
Resulting from recent research developed from the privileged viewpoint offered by the margin, this volume brings together the contributions of young researchers along with the work of career scholars. Likewise, it does not obey a traditional or a rigid diachronic structure, being rather organized in three major parts that organically articulate the different essays. Within each of these parts in which the book is divided, papers are sometimes organized according to their timeframes, providing the reader with an encompassing (though not encyclopedic) overview of the common ground over which the various artistic disciplines build their methodological, theoretical, and thematic centers and margins. The intended eccentricity of this volume – and the original essays herein presented – should provide researchers, scholars, students, artists, curators, and the general reader interested in art with a refreshing approach to its various scientific strands.
  


Table of contents:

Introduction: (Re)framing Art History: art beyond boundaries
Joana Antunes (University of Coimbra, Portugal), Maria de Lurdes Craveiro (University of Coimbra, Portugal) and Carla Alexandra Gonçalves (Open University, Portugal)

PART I
The Margin at the Centre, or the Centre as Margin

1. A Liminal Vision Between Dream and the Afterworld in a “Boschian” Painting on the Margin of Hieronymus Bosch
Maria José Goulão (University of Porto, Portugal)

2. In the margins of Davidsbündlertänze op. 6 by Robert Schumann
Ana Isabel Nistal Freijo (University of Coimbra, Portugal)

3. Amédée Ozenfant and the peripheries of modernism
Jessica Schouela (University of York, UK)

4. Habeas Corpus. Marginal anatomies at the centre.
Carla Alexandra Gonçalves (Open University, Portugal)

5. Creative marginality as a counter-apparatus, from nonsense to avant-garde
Ricardo Seiça Salgado (CRIA-UMinho, University of Minho, Portugal)

PART II
Case Studies on Liminality

6. The center and the margin as enhancers of meaning in Celtic literature and art
Beatriz Loureiro (University of Coimbra, Portugal)

7. Schemes and marginal elements in Romanesque sculpture
Lúcia Rosas (University of Porto, Portugal)

8. An iconographic reading of the tomb of D. Afonso at Braga Cathedral (Portugal)
Ana Cristina Sousa (University of Porto, Portugal)

9. Phoenix, Siren and Sphinx [Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and the poetic portrait]
Octavio Páez Granados (University of Genève, Switzerland)

10. Rethinking the diabolical monster in 18th century salmantine choirstalls
Mariano Casas Hernández (University of Salamanca, Spain)

11. Meanings and Strategies for Displaying Human Marvels: inquiring the iconography of the double
Paola Pacifici (Hermann Geiger Cultural Foundation, Italy)

12. Clio at the Cloister. Re-stitching Mnemosyne.
Barbara Margarethe Eggert (Danube University Krems, Austria)

13. Resistance, identity, and modernism unhinged: Lygia Pape’s textile experiments
Jacqueline Witkowski (University of British Columbia, Canada)

14. The margins of patterns, garments and the body
Nuno Nogueira and Inês Simões (University of Lisbon, Portugal)

PART III
A Place for the Margin

15. Domestic territories in 15th and 16th century painting
Marta Simões (University of Coimbra, Portugal)

16. Reading Filarete From the Margin
Berrin Terim (Clemson University, USA)

17. The narthex in the architecture of the Portuguese Catholic Reformation, between centrality and liminality.
Maria de Lurdes Craveiro (University of Coimbra, Portugal)

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