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Meje, kriza in razkroj predstavljanja v dramatiki Rudija Šeliga / Ivana Latković.

By: Latković, Ivana.
Material type: TextTextDescription: 153-158 str.Online resources: Elektronička verzija In: Slovenska dramatika Str. 153-158[urednica Mateja Pezdirc Bartol]Summary: Pričujoči članek skuša s pomočjo analize eseja Rudija Šeliga Za magijsko gledališče razjasniti avtorjevo teoretično stališče do pojma dramskega predstavljanja oziroma njegov odziv na sodobna premišljevanja o naravi reprezentacije, predvsem v kontekstu preobrata od mimetičnega k performativnemu razumevanju. V skladu s cilji je v analizi prikazano Šeligovo razumevanje pojmov, kot so jezik in mimezis, avtorjev odnos do proznega in dramskega ter besedila in predstave. Summary: Through an analysis Rudi Šeligo's essay For a Magical Theatre this paper attempts to explain the author's theoretical view of dramatic representation and his response to contemporary thought on the nature of representation, especially in the context of the turn from mimetic to performative understanding. The analysis attempts to illustrate Šeligo's understanding of concepts such as language and mimesis, the author's relation to prose and dramatic text, and his interpretation of the difference between text and theatrical performance.
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Pričujoči članek skuša s pomočjo analize eseja Rudija Šeliga Za magijsko gledališče razjasniti avtorjevo teoretično stališče do pojma dramskega predstavljanja oziroma njegov odziv na sodobna premišljevanja o naravi reprezentacije, predvsem v kontekstu preobrata od mimetičnega k performativnemu razumevanju. V skladu s cilji je v analizi prikazano Šeligovo razumevanje pojmov, kot so jezik in mimezis, avtorjev odnos do proznega in dramskega ter besedila in predstave.

Through an analysis Rudi Šeligo's essay For a Magical Theatre this paper attempts to explain the author's theoretical view of dramatic representation and his response to contemporary thought on the nature of representation, especially in the context of the turn from mimetic to performative understanding. The analysis attempts to illustrate Šeligo's understanding of concepts such as language and mimesis, the author's relation to prose and dramatic text, and his interpretation of the difference between text and theatrical performance.

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