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Mario Bellatin : el giro hacia el procedimiento y la literatura como proyecto

Author: Andrea Cote BoteroReinaldo LaddagaLuis Moreno CaballudMarie EscalanteCraig EpplinAll authors
Publisher: [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania] : [University of Pennsylvania], 2014.
Dissertation: Ph. D. University of Pennsylvania 2014
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Thesis/dissertation : SpanishView all editions and formats
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This dissertation studies the work of Latin-American writer Mario Bellatin as a paradigmatic example of a tendency in contemporary literature that I called the procedural turn. This notion comprehends a manifestation in the art of the last three decades where artists exhibit the creative process as an artistic product in itself while engaging in the design of alternative practices that challenge the limits between  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Academic theses
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrea Cote Botero; Reinaldo Laddaga; Luis Moreno Caballud; Marie Escalante; Craig Epplin; University of Pennsylvania. Department of Romance Languages.
OCLC Number: 907969284
Notes: Department: Romance Languages.
Supervisor: Reinaldo Laddaga.
Description: v, 234 leaves ; 29 cm
Responsibility: Andrea Cote Botero.

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This dissertation studies the work of Latin-American writer Mario Bellatin as a paradigmatic example of a tendency in contemporary literature that I called the procedural turn. This notion comprehends a manifestation in the art of the last three decades where artists exhibit the creative process as an artistic product in itself while engaging in the design of alternative practices that challenge the limits between artistic fields and disciplines. Through the analysis of a corpus of selected books and performances by Mario Bellatin, I explore the procedural turn that manifests in his work; particularly through the poetics of literature as a project, where individual books are seen as unfinished manifestations of a wider performance. I study his works vis-a-vis other contemporary Latin American writers and representatives of twentieth century European avant-garde. I establish a dialogue between Bellatin's proposal and an artistic tradition that critically approaches material culture of literary products as well as notions of authorship and artistic community. I finally argue that Bellatin's poetic of procedures involves, ultimately, a notion of literary language as a generator not of discourses but of experiences.

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