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Poétique du geste chez Henri Michaux : mouvement, regard, participation, danse

Abstract : We wonder how Michaux based his literary and artistic exchange on gestures. We will show how Michaux inaugurates the sharing of an action space by the act of feeling and sight. In our analyses, we stay close to experience of movement, by examining it in its launchings and returns in a flow that connects glance, trace, corporeality and imaginary. To develop our theoretical demonstration, we have requested thinkers having all the movement as a common point - it is approached from a physiological point of view, anthropological, phenomenological, philosophical, artistic or dance. Each focuses on a work activity that puts the reader / spectator with his living presence. Ultimately, the practice of gesture Michaux generates a new reading, which in turn becomes productive gestures – at the same time captured and kidnapper forms-forces that it (re) discovers measure.
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Marie-Aline Villard. Poétique du geste chez Henri Michaux : mouvement, regard, participation, danse. Littératures. Université de Grenoble, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012GRENL009⟩. ⟨tel-00919040⟩



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