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Pogled na bolečino žensk / Pogled na bolečino ženske
Preis, Urška (Author), Kreft, Lev (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Rauch, Peter (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Dolar Bahovec, Eva (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Magistrsko delo Pogled na bolečino žensk je namenjeno raziskovanju dojemanja bolečine in spolne razlike ter povezovanju tega raziskovanja z umetniškimi praksami. V magistrskem delu sem preučevala spremembe v dojemanju ženske bolečine v znanostih in umetnostih v zgodovini in s tem povezan pojem oblasti in oblastnih razmerij ter se natančneje osredotočila na 19. in 20. stoletje. V teoretskem delu sem najprej opredelila pojem bolečine v filozofiji in njeni zgodovini. Pregledu začetkov v antiki sledi analiza ključnih sprememb v pojmovanju bolečine v obdobju razsvetljenstva, v katerem so v ospredju prakse mučenja, krutosti, kaznovanja in pojem oblasti. Pri tem sta v ospredje postavljeni konceptualizacija mazohizma pri Sigmundu Freudu in Gillesu Deleuzu in umestitev razlike med spoloma v dojemanju bolečine, ki sem jo natančneje razčlenila v pojmovnem kontekstu bios, zoe in psyche. Da bi lahko natančneje pojasnila razliko med spoloma v načinu dojemanja bolečine, sem se posvetila razdelavi pogleda, v sklopu katerega sta umeščena problematizacija odnosa do bolečine ženske in fotograf kot opazovalec in empatično bitje v tej situaciji. Teoretični in praktični del sem povezala prek zgodovine tkanja, ženskega dela in z medsebojnim povezovanjem telesa, teksta in bolečine.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:oblikovanje vizualnih komunikacij fotografija tkanje fotoknjiga telo feminizem bolečina dojemanje bolečine ženska bolečina bolečina žensk pogled oblast jezik bolečine spolna razlika empatija magistrska naloga
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:ALUO - Academy of Fine Arts and Design
Year:2021
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Language:English
Title:Regarding the Pain of Women / Regarding the Pain of Woman
Abstract:
The master’s thesis Regarding the Pain of Women is intended to explore the perception of pain and gender differences and to connect this research with artistic practices. In my thesis, I studied the changes in the perception of women’s pain in the sciences and arts in history and the related notion of power and power relations, focusing more specifically on the 19th and 20th centuries. As part of my theoretical work, I first defined the concept of pain in philosophy and its history. An overview of the beginnings in antiquity is followed by an analysis of key changes in the notion of pain during the Age of Enlightenment, in which the practices of torture, cruelty, punishment, and the notion of power were put at the forefront. Central in this part are the conceptualization of masochism in the analysis of the works of Sigmund Freud and Gilles Deleuze and the placement of gender difference in the perception of pain, which I have broken down in more detail in the conceptual context of bios, zoe, and psyche. In order to explain in more detail the difference between the sexes in terms of pain perception, I devoted myself to elaborating a view within which the problematization of the attitude towards the pain of women and a photographer as an observer and empathetic being in this situation are placed. I connected the theoretical and practical parts in terms of the history of weaving, women’s work and by the interconnection of body, text, and pain.

Keywords:visual communication photography weaving photo book body feminism pain perception of pain female pain pain of women gaze power language of pain gender difference empathy MA thesis

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