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L'artification du luxe dans le discours médiatique : convergence des signes et du sens (2010-2014)

Abstract : This work deals with luxury in the information and communication sciences to the media prism in an interdisciplinary approach based on aesthetics, semiotics, the study of visual identities, museography and analysis of speech. Using the concept of artification put forward by Nathalie Heinich and Roberta Shapiro in 2012 to describe the transition to the art of non-artistic practices, we analyze the sociotechnical information and communication devices used to try to transform the object of luxury as an object of art, and its consummation in aesthetic experience. We ask the media discourses operating on this exposure to verify the operativity of the device and analyze the mode of operation of the convergence of signs and the meaning that produces the artification. This work is one of the possible answers to the question "Can a device transform a handbag into a work of art? "
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Véronique Anderlini-Pillet. L'artification du luxe dans le discours médiatique : convergence des signes et du sens (2010-2014). Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université Côte d'Azur, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016AZUR2031⟩. ⟨tel-01492962⟩

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