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Les fiertés de l’artiste corporel : entre maladies de l’idéalité, techne et poiesis

Abstract : Artists such as Mime, Contortionists, Imitators, Beat Boxers, ventriloquists, and so on., are few studied by Social Sciences. Here are analyzed with 21 interviewees the ways in which these professionals have developed extraordinary and specific physical abilities. Content analysis underlines this “emic” lens and allows a glimpse of the pride of these artists. Be efficient, be innovative and recognized by his peers and become famous are all facets of self-consciousness Artist. The body changed and refined over the years of work became the cornerstone of their reports in the world, to others and to themselves.
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Stéphane Héas. Les fiertés de l’artiste corporel : entre maladies de l’idéalité, techne et poiesis. PROA Revista de Antropologia e Arte, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, 2018, 1 (2), pp.1-26. ⟨hal-02172071⟩

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