Reflexividade e Auto-Referencialidade na Imagem

Uma Análise da Escada Hieroglífica do Painel VII de Yaxchilan

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https://doi.org/10.11606/2179-0892.ra.2020.169169

Palavras-chave:

Auto-referencialidade, Reflexividade, Imagem, Antropologia da arte, Maya

Resumo

Este artigo apresenta uma análise da ‘imagem dentro da imagem’ no Painel VII, Escada Hieroglífica 2, Estrutura 33 da antiga cidade maia de Yaxchilan. Considera-se a posição que a imagem ocupa no conjunto de painéis e sua integração no cenário arquitetônico. Examina-se também a narrativa registrada no texto insertado no Painel e o tema do texto e da imagem. Argumenta-se que o dispositivo recursivo da ‘imagem dentro da imagem’ no Painel se estende à totalidade da escada com os outros doze que a compõem e à atividade ritual celebrada nela. A análise fornecerá uma oportunidade para explorar a reflexividade e a auto-referencialidade e suas implicações para conhecer o ritual e a per-sonalidade entre os maias clássicos tardios. Para tanto, me baseio na antropologia da arte e em sua noção de que os dispositivos visuais podem extrair concepções ontológicas.

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Biografia do Autor

Hilda Landrove Torres, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Mesoamerican Studies Posgraduate Program

Hilda Landrove Torres is Master in Mesoamerican Studies. PhD Candidate at Mesoamerican Studies Posgraduate Program, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Member of College Art Association of Latin American Art. Her research areas are political anthropology of Indigenous Peoples and Anthropology of Art.

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2020-04-27

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Torres, H. L. (2020). Reflexividade e Auto-Referencialidade na Imagem: Uma Análise da Escada Hieroglífica do Painel VII de Yaxchilan. Revista De Antropologia, 63(1), 105 - 121. https://doi.org/10.11606/2179-0892.ra.2020.169169

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