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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Não faz mal pensar que não se está só: estilo, produção cultural e feminismo entre as minas do rock em São Paulo
Title Alternative: Doesn't hurt to think you're not alone: style, cultural production, and feminism among the riot grrrls in São Paulo
Author: Facchini, Regina
Abstract: This article aims to offer a contribution to the understanding of the various forms assumed by political activism in contemporary Brazil, focusing specifically on the intersection between politics and style in the riot grrrls' feminism. In order to do that, it rescues material originated from ethnographic research carried out between 2004 and 2007 in the São Paulo riot grrrls' scene. The research coincides with a specific moment of this scene, marked by its expansion, indicated by the growth of the volume of activities and of its visibility, and by the organization of annual editions of the LadyFest Brasil - a cultural festival devised by women and for women that resumed and symbolized the scene's spirit, also integrating it to the calendar of international festivals of the same kind. The analysis proposes to consider the spectacular character of the style as a form of making oneself visible and of communicating with one another, as well as to consider the multiple power relations in which the communicated message is inscribed. Therefore, it suggests thinking the styles as operators of difference, taking into account the fact that they are not produced by pre-given subjects, who act in complete awareness of the effects caused by a given composition of appearance, attitude and music. On the contrary, this article considers that the subjects are constituted in the process of quoting and dislocating social norms, and that this may be given in the process of composition of a style.
Este artigo procura contribuir para a compreensão das diversas formas assumidas pelo ativismo político no Brasil contemporâneo, enfocando especificamente a intersecção entre política e estilo no feminismo das minas do rock. Para tanto, recupera material fruto de pesquisa etnográfica realizada entre 2004 e 2007 na cena paulistana do rock de mina. A análise propõe considerar o caráter espetacular do estilo como forma de dar-se a ver e comunicar-se, assim como tomar em conta as múltiplas relações de poder nas quais se inscreve o que é comunicado. Desse modo, sugere pensar os estilos como operadores de diferenças, levando em conta que não são produzidos por sujeitos pré-dados, que agem de forma inteiramente consciente em relação aos efeitos provocados por dada composição de aparência, atitude e música. Ao contrário, considera que os sujeitos se constituem no processo de citar e deslocar normas sociais e que isso pode se dar no processo de composição de um estilo.
Subject: Movimentos Sociais
Feminismo
Juventude
Estilos
Interseccionalidades
Agência Social
Social Movements
Feminism
Youth
Styles
Inter- sections
Social Agency
Editor: Núcleo de Estudos de Gênero - Pagu
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/S0104-83332011000100006
Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0104-83332011000100006
http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0104-83332011000100006
Date Issue: 1-Jun-2011
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