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L'appareil esthétique : la spécificité de la qualité de présence dans la relation art-thérapeutique, dont l'émotion esthétique est le centre : étude réalisée auprès de personnes adultes avec autisme sévère

Abstract : Our subject is based on the hypothesis that there exists an "aesthetic device" present in each of us, consisting of three states of presence (physical, psychic and artistic) emphasizing the specificity of the quality of presence in the art-therapeutic relationship. Aesthetic emotion is the center of it. Our methodology is based on a central approach: a field of research involving three adults with severe autism. We use video as an observation tool to visualize the subtle and the inenarrable in the relationship with these people. The second approach: research interviews with 25 psychotic patients and 25 professionals (artists, art therapists, caregivers, educators) who all participated or facilitated in art and therapy workshops. Our concern is to start from the speech of the people concerned to link with the experimentation lived on the research ground. We use discourse analysis software to make an analysis focused on our hypothesis. All our questioning rests on the question of presence, presence to oneself, presence to the other by the detour of art. We approach the main theoretical currents around the question of the therapeutic presence, to pose our approach in an integrative approach.
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Sophie Fardet. L'appareil esthétique : la spécificité de la qualité de présence dans la relation art-thérapeutique, dont l'émotion esthétique est le centre : étude réalisée auprès de personnes adultes avec autisme sévère. Art et histoire de l'art. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017USPCB075⟩. ⟨tel-02110574⟩

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