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L'Entre [corps/machine] : La Princesse et son Mac

Abstract : From the tale of the adventures of a princess and her Mac, written with the social network Facebook for three years, we travel through what they represent in this volatile and moving area of their meetings. We will try to hypothesize that art seems to materialize uncertain spaces between body and machine. This title Entre [corps / machine] characterizes these spaces we call floating, in line with the concepts of oriental moucharabieh and Japanese Ma. Princess opens with a female point of view, playing a becoming. The Mac refers as much to the american Corporation, as the french slang abbreviation. Both refer to an input at first image / network then the body /machine. From a personal artistic practice we will question the emergence of other floating and extension spaces necessities. Indeed, only a reactivation of our presence can help to make visible the relational links between the information and the journey between our bodies and our identities. This research attempts to show that the strength of networks in these artistic devices is to allow the variability of body and our perceptions in real time. The art materialize these spaces between as a form of resistance to the proliferation of Internet of Things. The between [body / machine] makes possible impregnation time and relations. The rhythm between body and machine becomes resistance element, cellule in which now, we have to learn to draw.
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Carole Brandon. L'Entre [corps/machine] : La Princesse et son Mac. Art et histoire de l'art. Paris 1 - Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2016. Français. ⟨tel-02111485⟩



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