La stupéfaction du spectateur : approche d'un état de corps au cinéma par une de ses modalités : la paralysie du sommeil

Abstract : A spectre is haunting the art history : the spectre of sleep paralysis. This confidential trouble has haunted the aesthetic of multiple nightmare representations, from Antiquity to contemporary cinema. Through various examples from Japanese ghost movies, then different genre and countries, this study tend to track down this figure and analyse the stupefaction effect it cause on its viewer. This particular body state (under-motricity and over-perception) is common to cinema and sleep paralysis, in diverse degrees and modes. The sleep trouble could be a new aesthetic analysis tool allowing to understand one of the appearance mode of the stupefaction and its kinesthesic effect on the cinema spectator. We suggest this hypothesis in an analysis context where the concepts of “figural” and “survivance” are essential.
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Jérémie Valdenaire. La stupéfaction du spectateur : approche d'un état de corps au cinéma par une de ses modalités : la paralysie du sommeil. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAC003⟩. ⟨tel-02271590⟩

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