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JAPARCHI 2021-2022 ⎜« Spatialité au Japon » (programme complet)

RST JAPARCHI - Réseau de chercheurs f… par Delphine le 07/01/2022 à 11:44:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Le séminaire annuel « Spatialité au Japon » du réseau scientifique thématique JAPARCHI a repris à l’automne 2018. En s’intéressant à un ensemble de notions et de dispositifs fondamentaux de la culture spatiale du Japon, il s’inscrit dans la continuité de l’« encyclopédie ouverte » publiée en 2014 : Vocabulaire de la spatialité japonaise. Cette […]

Ouvrage⎜La beauté du seuil. Esthétique japonaise de la limite

RST JAPARCHI - Réseau de chercheurs f… par Delphine le 05/01/2022 à 13:56:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Itō Teiji, traduction dirigée et commentée par Philippe Bonnin, avec Marie-Elisabeth Fauroux et Nishida MasatsuguCNRS Éditions,Paris, 2021 Description de l’éditeur : « Établir une limite » est l’un des concepts majeurs de la pensée de l’espace-temps japonais, l’une des racines de son esthétique. Dans les sanctuaires et les maisons, cette notion du seuil, du kekkai, conduit […]

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7 | 2021 – Staging Atmospheres: Theatre and the Atmospheric Turn - Volume 2

RST Ambiances - Fil des numéros le 22/12/2021 à 01:00:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)


“Mother and son: Reality versus art in virtual reality. Staging an atmospheric performance with immersive technologies”

RST Ambiances - Fil des documents par Maxime Le Calvé le 22/12/2021 à 01:00:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Picture yourself spending several years studying the artistic activity of a famous contemporary artist. Someday you are told that the artist, Jonathan Meese, is going to produce a work in virtual reality (VR) for the ARTE channel and one of Berlin’s leading institutions specializing in immersive artworks, the Berliner Festspiele. In this piece, he will stage his creative process and the intimate sphere of his relationship with the person who puts him to work: his own mother. This performance, filmed in 360° by an expert technical team, is a perfect opportunity to take a lesson in sensory documentation as well as an exploration of the possibilities offered by this emerging medium. The production team commissioned me to do a series of ethnographic drawings about the production process of this work. Through these images, I depict the process of staging the performance. In this article, I describe a theatrical object “in the making.” In the last part, I highlight the specific component ...


Staging Atmospheres: Editorial introduction to the second volume

RST Ambiances - Fil des documents par Chloé Déchery le 22/12/2021 à 01:00:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

In this second special issue of Ambiances on Staging Atmospheres, we return to the material and metaphorical felicity by which theatrical performance, design and their reception, present themselves to critical and political thinking in relation to atmosphere. We note, amongst other factors, the particular significance of scenography – at once an intellectual and aesthetic concern – in providing a framework by which to consider the material presence of atmospheres within theatrical events themselves, and by extension, in quotidian and other milieux beyond them. Moreover, we consider how, across the considerable range of examples offered by our contributors, the heuristic of staging is released from a somewhat moribund connection to the ‘stage set’ and instead becomes a process of lived encounters with the affects and affordances of social and material environments.


Aural Attunement is a form of performative writing used to write about nonhuman affective relations in Emma Bennett’s Slideshow Birdshow (2013)

RST Ambiances - Fil des documents par Rebecca Collins le 22/12/2021 à 01:00:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

In this article aural attunement is put forward as a means of performative writing to attend closely to affective relations with nonhuman entities (namely birds). Embodied knowledge harnessed in the writing aims to emulate the experience of being a listening-spectator at Slideshow Birdshow (2013), a solo contemporary performance piece by Emma Bennett. Whilst it is recognised that non-representational theory is a catch-all term to describe affect, atmosphere, and lived experience occurring in the social and relational aspects of our daily lives, the articulation of such dimensions are complicated and not fully translatable into words. Here it is argued, through a critically-intimate writing practice, that contemporary performance and performative writing have much to offer to the ongoing debates within human geography in relation to this. The use of aural attunement to attend to micro-movements, vibrations, rhythm and tone indicate a more sensorial engagement thereby highlighting our...


Scenes of Studio Practice

RST Ambiances - Fil des documents par Christian Edwardes le 22/12/2021 à 01:00:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

The creative turn within geography has seen a number of returns to the artists’ studio as a site for exploring the vital, immanent, and affective relations that form these spaces of creative practice. Where interviews, observations, collaborations, with artists have directed attention to the non-representational, this paper approaches the studio as both a scene, and an atmospheric staging. Taking up broader discourses around the scenographic, it argues that scenes not only take account of the durational and compositional construction of studio spaces, but can be understood as a form of training and attunement through which participants are enrolled in the joint composition of studio atmospheres and registers. It directs attention to the agency that these compositions have in the production of the studio imaginary.


On Atmospherics: Staging Stormzy and nonbinary thinking

RST Ambiances - Fil des documents par Rachel Hann le 22/12/2021 à 01:00:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Taking the UK Grime artist Stormzy’s performance at Glastonbury 2019 as a case study, this article investigates the tactics, technologies and processes revealed through the act of staging atmospheres. Process-based philosophies of experience, such as pluriversal design and worlding, are adopted to examine the ontologically ‘nonbinary’ perspectives that an atmosphere-led stage aesthetics invite. Methodologically, Stormzy’s headlining act produced by TAXBOX and collaborators is analyzed through the geographer Derek McCormack’s approach to speculative devices (such as balloons or stage sets) as ‘doing atmospheric things’. This includes an analysis of stage atmospheres as indeterminate ‘worlding envelopes’ and the role of atmospherics in enacting, projecting, or affirming possible worlds for Black British culture. McCormack’s proposal of atmospheric envelopment is extended into the study of theatre and performance by positioning ‘scenographics’ as a type of atmospherics. Put simply, thi...