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Dramaturgies du diaphane : enjeux esthétiques et politiques d’un paradigme, du symbolisme au néo-symbolisme, de Maeterlinck à Norén, Fosse et Lygre

Abstract : The dissertation analyzes the aesthetics of diaphanous and its scenic becoming in symbolist and neo-symbolist drama. It aims at refunding the combination that Brecht established between the aesthetics of diaphanous and a pure fascination regimen that annihilates critical judgment. Through the analyze of Appia’s work on Wagnerian “Worttondrama” and of Meyerhold or Régy’s works on Maeterlinck drama, the dissertation aims at emphasizing the role of perceptive alteration in politics of representation. Which ethics, which politics does aesthetics of diaphanous promote? To answer this question, the work analyzes the way that Lars Norén, Jon Fosse and Arne Lygre drama, as reluctant as Brecht to a pure aesthetic approach of representation, nevertheless use diaphanous in a political purpose. Suspension and unclearness then can be considered as ways of perceiving and building reality. Thus is renewed the dialectics of irony and empathy, identity and alteration, politics and metaphysics that fed perspectivist theory of representation. Lars Norén, Jon Fosse and Arne Lygre drama are significant in their purpose of dissolving rhetorical structures and teleology, questioning the status of emotion and judgment that lies in vanishment.
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Julien Botella. Dramaturgies du diaphane : enjeux esthétiques et politiques d’un paradigme, du symbolisme au néo-symbolisme, de Maeterlinck à Norén, Fosse et Lygre. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019PA030050⟩. ⟨tel-02866048⟩

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