Horário: 4 Novembro 2017 às 14:00 a 9 Novembro 2017 às 19:00
Local: Faculdade de Belas Artes e Casa Fernando Pessoa
Rua: Largo da Academia Nacional de Belas Artes 14, 1200-005 Lisboa e Rua Coelho da Rocha 16, 1250-088 Lisboa
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Última actividade: 3. Nov, 2017
Open Pacap 1 - My voice for the voiceless
3-9 Nov. 2017
Conferences will run in english. Free admission.
4 NOV. | 14h- 18h
Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon | Small Auditorium
CONFERENCE “My voice for the voiceless”
Conference Opening by Patrícia Portela
– The artist as a ghost writer of society
Nicolas Fernando De Warren (Penn State College of Liberal Arts, USA – KULeuven, BE)
- The Pity of Painting and the Theatre of Cruelty: Warburg, Artaud, Deleuze
Fernando Matos de Oliveira (UC/TAGV, PT)
- Text, word, subtitle
8 NOV. 2017 | 18h30
Casa Fernando Pessoa
CONFERENCE "Poetry and stupidty, 3 idiotic approaches to literature, the world and Fernando Pessoa."
… To know how to say goodbye with a dumb sadness to all of this.
(Fernando Assis Pacheco)
Intelligence, sure, but not right away
I want to suggest that poetry may well prove inteligent, but only after being dumb, and only if, when it gets there, intelligence is something other than itself. I want to defend that which is stupid in poetry, that is, its particular form of being senseless, insensitive to the call of reason, its way of taking dumb paths and dumbly clinging to dumb things, and not being available for understanding – not because it is not understood, or does not make itself understood, but rather because it refuses to understand. Poetry is not a right-thinking, well thought-out thing.
Nicolas Fernando de Warren
Stupidity and the Aesthetics of Abdication
"Today the world belongs only to the stupid, the insensitive and the agitated," said once Fernando Pessoa.
By analyzing these three types - the stupid, the insensitive, the agitated, Nicolas de Warren will entertain the idea that what is most astonishing about stupidity is its intelligence (again, Pessoa's insight), and will wonder whether an aesthetics of abdication would (should?) resemble a "life of standing eternal by a window".
While managing her own stupidity, Patrícia Portela, will ask questions and dialogue with the philosopher and the poet, balancing herself between racionality and reasonableness, between madness and sanity, between a head in a sky and both feet on the ground.
Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon
Largo da Academia Nacional de Belas Artes 14, 1200-005 Lisboa
Casa Fernando Pessoa
Rua Coelho da Rocha 16, 1250-088 Lisboa
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