Teatralidad y plástica en el siglo XXI
In the art of the 21st century, the relationship between theatre, visual arts and performance allows us to show the representational tensions –autoreflexive and experiential– and how, in this non-mimetic disposition, the figural, the movement, the thought and the poetry happen, opening diverse horizons. In these interrelations, the presence and actions of the dramatists, actors/performers, are conceptualized, trying to give an answer to how to measure the effects that are sought and directed towards the spectators. It is interesting to treat the sensoriality and the poeticity and to consider how they are implemented in certain dramaturgical productions, creating something more than a visual-scenographic installation or mere scenic atmospheres. This multiple artistic interrelation in the dramaturgic summons a different convivial experience in the shows of Romeo Castellucci, Jan Fabre and Jan Lauwers, and allows them to be included in the post-avant-garde –not only for the reformulation of proposals of Futurism, Dadaism or Surrealism, or for the recovery of pre-modern, modern, postmodern, western and non-western temporalities– but because, while they rewrite aspects of the cultural past, they produce clashes of different levels, signifiers, and symbolizations, presenting another way of communicating in the theatre of the 21st century.
Musitano, Adriana (2018-12-21). Teatralidad y plástica en el siglo XXI. (info:eu-repo/semantics/article). telondefondo. Revista de Teoría y Crítica Teatral. [consultado: ] Disponible en el Repositorio Digital Institucional de la Universidad de Buenos Aires: <http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/telondefondo/article/view/5475>