Desenhar com uma câmera? Filme etnográfico e antropologia transformadora

Tradução de Tatiana Lotierzo e Luís Felipe Kojima Hirano

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2525-3123.gis.2021.178546

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Desenho, Antropologia, Filme

Resumo

O desenho tem emergido como um foco recente de atenção antropológica. Escritores como Ingold e Taussig defenderam sua importância como um tipo especial de prática de conhecimento, ligando-o a uma reimaginação mais ampla do próprio projeto antropológico. Em respaldo a sua abordagem, está uma oposição entre o lápis e a câmera, entre “fazer” e “tirar”, entre modos de inquirição restritiva e produtiva. Este artigo desafia tal suposição, argumentando que tais elementos no desenho e na realização de filmes existem em uma relação dialética, em vez de polarizada. Destacam-se insights particulares desdobrados de um diálogo entre antropologias escritas e baseadas em filmes, relacionando-os a debates amplos no interior da disciplina – por exemplo, debates sobre modos de conhecer, sobre a prática qualificada [skilled practice], a improvisação e a imaginação, e a antropologia como um tipo de prática de fazer imagens.

Tradução do texto "Drawing with a camera? Ethnographic film and transformative anthropology", de Anna Grimshaw e Amanda Ravetz, feita por Tatiana Lotierzo e Luís Felipe Kojima Hirano.

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Biografia do Autor

Anna Grimshaw, Emory University

Tem formação como antropóloga e cineasta. Ela é professora no Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts, na Emory University. Ela é autora de The ethnographer’s eye: ways of seeing in modern anthropology (Cambridge University Press, 2001) e, com Amanda Ravetz, de Observational cinema: anthropology, film and the exploration of social life (Indiana University Press, 2009). Sua série de filmes em quatro partes, Mr Coperthwaite: a life in the Maine Woods (2014) é distribuída pela Berkeley Media. Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts, Emory University, 537 Kilgo Circle, S415-Callaway Center, Atlanta, GA 30322, USA. E-mail: agrimsh@emory.edu

Amanda Ravetz, Manchester Metropolitan University

É formada em pintura na Central School of Art and Design e, posteriormente, completou um doutorado em Antropologia Social com Mídia Visual na University de Manchester. Ela é pesquisadora sênior no MIRIAD (Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design), da Manchester Metropolitan University. Ela é editora, com Anna Grimshaw, de Visualizing anthropology (Intellect Books, 2005) e, com Alice Kettle e Helen Felcey, de Collaboration through Craft (Bloomsbury, 2013). Manchester Metropolitan University, Cavendish Street, Manchester M15 6BG, UK. E-mail: a.ravetz@mmu.ac.uk

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2021-01-21

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Grimshaw, Anna, e Amanda Ravetz. 2021. “Desenhar Com Uma câmera? Filme etnográfico E Antropologia Transformadora: Tradução De Tatiana Lotierzo E Luís Felipe Kojima Hirano”. GIS - Gesto, Imagem E Som - Revista De Antropologia 6 (1). São Paulo, Brasil:e-178546. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2525-3123.gis.2021.178546.

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