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|Title:||Two Bodies For Warhol: Reverberations In Heiner Muller's Hamletmachine And Romeo Castellucci's Inferno|
|Title Alternative:||Dois Corpos Para Warhol: ReverberaÃ§Ãµes Em Hamlet-mÃ¡quina De Heiner MÃ¼ller E Inferno De Romeo Castellucci.|
|Abstract:||This article focuses on the figure of the American artist Andy Warhol, through two appearances of his figure in the works of two artists, whether in the form of direct quotation or subliminal relationship: the theater director Romeo Castellucci and the German playwright Heiner Muller. In the first case, Warhol's figure appears personified in one of the actors of the play Inferno, a stage adaptation of Dante's Divine Comedy performed by Castellucci in Avignon Festival; the second figure Warhol spectrum as the "machine" as desired body figure by actor - Hamlet Hamlet - machine. The aim of this study is to reflect on which changes in cultural imagination are operated by the artist in regard to images of the body and its objectifications, either through their production or creation of its own image - interconnected phenomena.|
|Editor:||Univ Estado Santa Catarina -UDESC|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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