Impersonal Presences: tones of human in the landscape-scene

Maria Clara Ferrer (Universidade Federal de São João del-Rei ‒ UFSJ, São João del-Rei/MG, Brazil)


Considered as an acting feature, presence is generally approached from the actor’s perspective. Disrupting this conception, this work intends to grasp presence as a relational, not a personal quality. For this purpose, two performances will be analyzed: Heiner Goebbels’s Stifters Dinge and Claude Régy’s Variations on death. Created as landscapes, both performances develop a non-anthropocentric aesthetics of the scene and allow envision presence as a perception phenomenon and from the point of view of the audience activity.


Presence; Landscape-Scene; Non-Anthropocentric Aesthetics; Goebbels; Régy


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REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE ESTUDOS DA PRESENÇA - Brazilian Journal on Presence Studies - e-ISSN 2237-2660 - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil -





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