João Paulo Queiroz

João Paulo Queiroz
University of Lisbon | UL · Faculdade de Belas-Artes

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An aesthetics of materiality is proposed, reflecting on each of the fifteen articles that make up the present 34th issue of Revista Estúdio. An aesthetic expansion can be seen in the artistic proposals, which is unraveled from the materiality of the works of art. Quietly, the materials do support art, its thinking, its aesthetics. The relationship...
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O Congresso Internacional criadores sobre outras obras desafia os artistas a debruçarem se sobre a obra dos seus colegas de profissão tanto contemporâneos como históricos, privilegiando-se o olhar sobre autores e artistas menos conhecidos mas de devida qualidade, e centrando-se a abordagem no eixo dos países de expressão de língua portuguesa o...
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The proposal of this issue no. 33 of Estúdio journal, of all its 15 articles, can be summarized as the challenge of a rescue in a generalized social context of distrust, abandonment, or human distancing. The crisis is a time-consuming need, founded on the crisis of love. It's like an epidemic, a lack of relationship, and also a drive. There, the ma...
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We question mediation as opposed to immediacy, the place of the referent in an interrogation about indexality in the context of pandemic digitalization. Operational concepts are proposed about art in a context of confinement: “code of confinement” towards a “neourban art.” The proposal proceeds with a list of its characteristics. In this neo-urban...
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With regard to the articles presented in N. 31 of ‘Revista Estúdio’ Journal, a synthetic and interrogative perspective on the forms of art is presented, questioning its anchorage attached to subjectivity. This entity falls apart as a point of view but allows representation, towards an aesthetic abstraction. Art in the mole of the times is then a fo...
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In this edition of Revista Estúdio Journal, we gathered fourteen articles by artists and creators, while remembering Josep Montoya, member of the Scientific Committee of the CSO Congress: Creators About Other Works, and academic peer of Revista Estúdio, who could not resist COVID-19. Used to accompany the Creative Congresses on Other Works in Lisbo...
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In the 29th edition of Estúdio magazine, fourteen written by artists about other artists are published. It is an opportunity for a reflection on the “tearing rhetoric” of the artist, the proposal made among the discursive possibilities, within conditions. It is the constants of the device that make up the formulations. At the same time, the relatio...
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No Estúdio 29, catorze escritas por artistas Nestas propostas apresentadas pelos catorze artigos reunidos no número vinte e nove da revista Estúdio anotam-se momentos de uma escrita, dentro das escritas. O artigo “La interacción individuo: sociedad en los proyectos conceptuales de la artista peruana Teresa Burga,” de Judith Huancas Ayala (Peru), ap...
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This article has the purpose of discussing about the representation of dreams, memory, reverie or psychedelic moments of the character – diegetic imaginarium – by the Audiovisual (Live-action Cinema and Animation) for the development and understanding of film analysis. With this objective the adopted borders to the imaginarium (the caracter mental...
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Never before has it been so invisible: images are hegemonic, omnipresent, and therefore invisible. The images are no longer dramatic, they are viral. They are cheap, pervasive, instantaneous. The image, accepted at its micro value, is monetized, transformed into liquidity. The images, more and more visible, are therefore invisible. It seems that th...
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Reflecting on art is a difficult thing to do, and we often have to face a return to the game: Art is an old thing, a deep link to what differentiates the human, based on the arbitrariness of its culture and its symbolic transmission. The question, in search of the great signs, is almost simple: what is new? One could say that this question answers,...
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This article has the purpose of discussing the representation of dreams, memory, reverie or psychedelic moments of the character – diegetic Imaginarium – by the Audiovisual (Live-action Cinema and Animation) for the development and understanding of film analysis. With this objective the adopted borders to the Imaginarium (the character mental image...
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On the art and travel a parallel can be established, ironic, expressive. Between the two the synthesis of the sign, the associative juxtaposition. The trip shows the world, the trip shows us who we are. On the way it is drawn, imagined, wandered, lied. In this occasion, in this motto of the discovery, those 16 articles that compose the present issu...
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Is it possible to decolonize art? Between art and power, oppositions or alliances are established, both constructing of identities and discourses, in the context of the crisis of decentralization around ethnocentrism, around gender, and around post-colonialism. Images have now become more lethally political (the fakenews, the memes, the web): they...
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We are living with alienation only a short time ago: it is denounced in the industrial society through the priority relation of man with objects, and by the increasing reduction of the relationship of man with himself and with his fellow men. The richest man today is in the end much poorer. There is a superior role for artists, as they perceived it...
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Sometimes words can be hidden before they are spoken, and the artist or poet has the ability to reveal them. They are difficult things, because they are difficult to access, only they are franked by poets and artists. Thus these artists, summoned by other artists, announce themselves alive by the look of affinity, by the convergence beyond the visi...
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Apresenta-se uma pespetiva sobre o pintor Rui Macedo (n. Évora, Portugal, 1975) e especificamente sobre a exposição "A new perspective on Alexander M. collection" apresentada na Galeria Municipal Vieira da Silva, Loures, Lisboa em 2018. Relaciona-se a ficção pictórica, os heterónimos criados, a que se acrescenta todo o espaço expositivo como uma pi...
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After the acceptance of post-colonial criticism, art has positioned itself in the first line of attack. Self-decolonization is urgent and needs an attentive, more independent, inclusive and mobilizing art. Perhaps this is a turn to be made: to constitute an anti-ideological vanguard that is pervasive and efficient, and, who knows, using the weapons...
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More numerous, the images are less valuable today. What is the value of an image on the screen? How does it compare with the value of an image from the time of the cathedrals, orfrom the time of prehistoric rituals? It is this inflation of the images, which grows day by day, and which comes to influence all contemporary artistic manifestations. Art...
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Os circuitos de legitimação artística têm vindo a ser modificados e substituídos por novos intervenientes e novas agências. Por um lado, pode-se elencar a "estética relacional", e o descentramento observado no "altermodernismo" (Nicolas Bourriaud). Por outro lado, o papel modernista das academias e as respetivas inércias de reação às vanguardas ced...
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The speech analysis is agood contribution from the structural studies research: the signifiers become sliding meanings in continuous generation, and time is a contributor to the construction of the subject. The identity arises from a performance, and hence the ideological biases are reported. Revista Estúdio generates new speeches, in which the enu...
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The relationships that artists establish on common objects set an adherent paradigm of appropriation. Interventions by artists, documented in many of the articles of the issue 19 number Revista Estúdio Journal, challenge through an alternative symbolic economy, alternative to the circuit of the objects. Reframing operates in the white Chamber, the...
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The speeches are important contributions from the structural studies: the signifiers, become sliding meanings in continuous generation, and time is a contributor to the construction of the subject. The identity arises from a performance, and hence the ideological biases are reported. Revista Estúdio generates new speeches, in which the enunciators...
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Through the artistic circulating platforms as the CSO Congress and their associated journals, an essayistic production has been arising about emerging artists from the new creative powers. This challenge has been persecuted with consistency and sustainability; new connections between artists, year after year. The authors from Portugal become aware,...
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The 17 articles selected for this issue 16 of Revista Estúdio establish relations with the urban space, recalling the critical approach of ethno-methodology, by Georges Perec and also the proposal of 'drift' as a revolutionary pre-occupation of modernist space, by Guy Debord. Between the people and the objects there are possibilities of different l...
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With the overall theme that guides 'Estúdio' journal, that invites artists to write about other artists, this issue n. 15 collects 17 articles. Regularities can be found in the researched themes and in their directions. Metalinguistic intentions can be detected in their creative intentions. It is observed that the matters of interest by the creator...
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The goal of this article is to reflect on the issues of Modernity and Post-Modernity reflected in Audiovisual specifically on work produced for the big Cinema — both live-action and animation. As a product of modernity, the Cinema, as all arts, has been changing over time, due to technological, political and sociological contexts. Today, in times o...
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The goal of this article is to reflect on the issues of Modernity and Post-Modernity reflected in Audiovisual specifically on work produced for the big Cinema - both live-action and animation. As a product of modernity, the Cinema, as all arts, has been changing over time, due to technological, political and sociological contexts. Today, in times o...
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Art establishes a link between mind and matter, with an emerging emancipation escaping from convention. But the art emancipation includes its denial by requiring a dependency, hidden in technology. The support, before being touched, is already filled with intention, its utility. It matters, in the contexts discussed in the "Estúdio" issue 14, to id...
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This text is based on the theme of identity, and it puts into question the dysphoric duplicity between the identical and the different, in several areas of knowledge. To have a difference one needs an identical as a reference. That is an opposite to what is different, recalling the established opposition between Darwin's "generic characters" and "s...
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A atração – ou imersão – que exerce uma obra animada é o tema deste artigo, que não considera a questão “imersiva” das projeções IMAX, estereoscópicas (3D) e/ou movimentações espetaculares de câmera ou de equipamentos oculares. O que se observa é a capacidade de “absorver” o público, das histórias representadas em Animação – em especial, os momento...
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A experiência do autor na concepção e organização, em Lisboa, de quatro congressos internacionais (os congressos CSO, ou «Criadores Sobre outras Obras») onde os artistas escrevem sobre as obras de outros artistas, e também na gestão de periódicos académicos correspondentes (“Estúdio,” “Gama,” “Croma”), permite questionar as mudanças no campo artíst...
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A experiência do autor na conceção e organização, em Lisboa, de quatro congressos internacionais (os congressos CSO ou “Criadores Sobre outras Obras”) onde artistas escrevem sobre as obras de outros artistas e também na gestão de periódicos acadêmicos correspondentes (“Estúdio”, “Gama”, “Croma”), permite questionar as mudanças no campo artístico, n...
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No depoimento em áudio dado ao evento “Docência Colaborativa e Interdisciplinaridade”[1], o professor João Paulo Queiroz (Portugal) reflete sobre a complexidade da sociedade contemporânea que resulta da transição da modernidade para a pós-modernidade, mudança que pode ser caracterizada como uma crise em relação a uma democracia avançada e integrado...
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The ARTiVIS interactive projects, by Mónica Mendes (Portugal) are an update to installations on the hybrid border with activism, sustainability and intervention art. The projects B-Wind!, Hug@ree and Play with Fire show a replacement of the human body, a replacement in order to rescue some other bodies, the trees.
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Ilídio Salteiro presented, on the 32 rooms of the military museum in Lisbon, a rescue exhibition. His corpus of more than a hundred paintings, prepared between 2007 and 2013, is an interpretation proposition of the global landscape, witch encompasses us all, included, represented, and safe kept. On the context of this exhibition, entitled "The cent...
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A short review on the topic "artists book," framing two perspectives: one, broader, that considers as an artist book any book with artistic commitment, either new or old. The other perspective, more strict, narrows the view into the examples where the author is aware of his own intention, of exploring the theme. A three dimensional drawing is prese...

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"Arts, Education and Childhood" project proposes to think about childhood through three lenses: the artistic, the educational and the one that results from their confluence: the lens of arts education. For that, we start from the reaserch already developed by some experts and we call them, call others and call the community to participate in this collective reflection around two questions: - How have children seen and represented (the world)? - How have children been seen and represented (by visual culture world)? Within the scope of this project, two exhibitions, an international congress and the promotion of activities associated with them were proposed to the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (FCG). We will also publish a catalog (composed of texts and images inherent to the two exhibitions), a book of abstracts (of the congress) and three books (composed of texts and images of the congress and the activities implemented), with the support requested from FCT. As a consequence of the development of works inherent to the first question (How have children seen and represented (the world)?, an exhibition of children's drawings from different countries, cultures and times was proposed. As a consequence of the development of work inherent to the second question: How have children been seen and represented (by the visual culture world)?, an exhibition of artistic objects in which children are represented was proposed. The investigative line arising from the first question - How have children seen and represented (the world)? - aims to question the way children have represented the world and what it translates from the world and themselves. This discussion contributes to readings from the fields of education, psychology, psychopedagogy, but also history, namely in the reflection on the fascination of artists with "children's art", in the first half of the 20th century. Underlying this discussion are the ideas of "children's art" and "free expression", widely spread by the so-called "creative self-expression" movement, within the "expressive-psychoanalytic" paradigm of artistic education (Efland, 1979; 1995 ). The investigative line arising from the second question - How have children been seen and represented (by visual culture world)? - aims to question the way in which children have been represented, as persons and in relation to other persons, in different contexts, both historical and geographical. This is an eminently reading of visual culture, which will be complemented and enriched with the perspectives of experts (educators, historians, sociologists). Through it we will reflect on the understanding of childhood by the cultures in which the artistic objects present in the second exhibition were produced, making it possible to trace a potential history of childhood (in general), before and after being so understood, in ancient times and in contemporary times , in different contexts. In parallel to the exhibitions, an international congress was proposed to the FCG, where both questions are discussed, separately and, finally, simultaneously. Taking into account the aforementioned exhibitions, issues such as: * Can we talk about "children's art"? Is there a childhood art? What childhood? * What childhoods populated the world? And what childhoods coexist in the world today? * What is it to be a child today in Portugal? What is it to be a child in the world today? * What does it mean to be a child in an underdeveloped country? What does it mean to be a child in a developed country? * What does it mean to be a child in a big city? What does it mean to be a child in a village? * Is it the same to grow up in a culturally favored and culturally disadvantaged environment? * Is it the same being a child with access to the arts and without access to them? * What attunements and disynchronies characterize childhood today? * Can we speak of "free expression"? Was the expression "free" ever and at some age? * What "visual culture" existed before "visual culture"? * Is it possible to live, relate, learn, create ... being "free"? * What influences characterize "children's art" / artistic objects designed by children today? * What visual cultures underlie drawings, paintings and other "children's creations"? * Do these creations say more about the universes in which they were produced or who produces them? * Are these creations by-products of cultures (dominant or marginal) or do they express the essence of each child? * Is it possible to "create" in childhood? Which childhoods are more "free"? Which childhoods are more creative? * Is there room for creativity when starving? Is there a place for creativity when you have everything? * Is there room for creativity in deprivation or in excess of cultural stimuli / influences? * What affinities and contrasts characterize childhood (plural) today? Last but not least, we invite FCG to create some non-formal activities (actions, workshops and others), to include all audiences (children, communities, schools, families, teachers and others) in the discussion on “ Art, education and childhood ”and reflect on the childhoods (plural) that coexist in today's world.
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O objetivo geral deste trabalho é analisar a utilização de sequências animadas (Cool Media, segundo McLuhan), nas produções live-action (Hot Media, segundo McLuhan) potencializando a abstração imagética do nível intradiegético da narrativa para o meta diegético (Genette 1972), representando o imaginário dos personagens (seus sonhos, fantasias, lembranças e psicadelia/alucinação). The objective of this work is to analyze the use of animated sequences (Cool Media, according to McLuhan) in live-action productions (Hot Media, according to McLuhan), enhancing the imaginary abstraction from the intradiegetic level of the narrative to the diegetic goal (Genette 1972), representing the imaginary of the characters Their dreams, fantasies, memories and psychedelic / hallucination).