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Poètiques de la poquesa

Escriptura povera i altres formes discretes d’apel·lació en la creació catalana contemporània

Margalida Pons    Universitat de les Illes Balears, Palma, Espanya    

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Poetics of meagerness creatively explore silence, plastic or verbal emptiness, and miniaturization, similar mechanisms to those used by Arte Povera or minimalism. The experimental texts created by poet Víctor Sunyol – who works with blank spaces and deletions – and the conceptual installations by artist Benet Rossell – who plays with micro-objects, unreadable signs or hidden paintings – are brilliant examples of this philosophy of creation. From a conceptual perspective, poetics of meagerness propose new ways of interacting with the addressee based on a slowdown in the perceptive process, conativeness, and the erasure of boundaries between producer and consumer. Thus, it functions as a productive counter-discourse within the so-called «culture of spectacle» – as theorised, in different ways, by authors such as Guy Debord and Jacques Rancière. The suspension of the distance between artist and audience contributes to a more democratised production of meaning that turns the understanding of artistic creation into a critical and dialogic exchange.    

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CA
ISBN (PRINT)
978-88-6969-067-9
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-059-4

Keywords: Literary minimalismSpectacularityMiniaturizationWriting and silenceExperimental writing

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