Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/38569
Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Article in other peer-reviewed editions (S5)
Field of Science: Filosofija / Philosophy (H001)
Author(s): Oniščik, Marija
Title: Vieno spektaklio istorija : („Nusiaubtos šalies“ chronologija ir topografija)
Other Title: The history of one spectacle: (Chronology and topography of „The destroyed land“)
Is part of: Religija ir kultūra: mokslo darbai. Vilnius : Vilniaus universiteto leidykla., T. 4 (2007) 2008
Extent: p. 93-111
Date: 2008
Keywords: Teatras;„Nusiaubta šalis“;Realus Buvimas;Vaizdas;Laikas;Theatre;„The Destroyed Land“;History;Image;Real Presence;Time
Abstract: Tai filosofinis pasakojimas apie Gintaro Varno spektaklį „Nusiaubta šalis“ ir jo istorinį-literatūrinį kontekstą. Pagrindinė spektaklio tema įvardijama kaip Dievo vieta istorijoje. Tekste vartojami „vertikalaus laiko“ ir „istorijos spirale“ įvaizdžiai, būdingi viduramžių menui. Šalia pastebėjimų apie viduramžių teatro specifiką ir jos atspindėjimą spektaklyje tekste vartojamos H. Bergsono, G.   Bachelard’o, G. Deleuze’o, P. Ricoeuro įžvalgos į laiko problematiką bei J. Derrida religijos filosofijos intarpai. Spektakliui būdingas virtualus laikų ir vietų daugybiškumas, skirtingų laikų sutraukimas vienoje trukmėje primena Bergsono „filosofinio laiko“ koncepciją. Paradigmos metonimiškumas leidžia traktuoti šį spektaklį kaip sakramentinį teatrą, kuriame performatyvumas bei papildomumo principas sukuria Realaus Buvimo efektą
The text tells a story of „The Destroyed Land“ – the spectacle by Gintaras Varnas, considered as a spiral journey through time and places, paradigmatically showing the historical view of how the spectacle was born and performed, what literary images from Arthurian cycle gave rise to its plot and setting, what the historical and mythological import lies in the beginning of Grail legend, and what the sacramental meaning follows from it. The philosophical purpose of the text is to investigate the problem of time as it is presented in the spectacle together with treatment of place. It is argued that in the spectacle, there is a medieval view of history as „vertical“ time, presented paradigmatically as a whole, which reminds us of the Bergsonian conception of time with its instantaneous multiplicity. It is also proximate to medieval notion of aeviternity in Thomas Aquinas, as the mean between time and eternity, in which the succession of time treated as the changeableness of place, is compatible with being simultaneously whole. The text also analyses those features of the spectacle, which make it very similar to the medieval theatre with its simplicity of staging originated from liturgical drama. It is stated that here one has a sacred theatre, which has not a referential but a performative function to create a real world akin to the sacramental Real Presence, represented by the image of Grail. From the philosophical point of view, the religious longing for Grail can be treated as Derridian messianicity
Internet: http://www.leidykla.eu/fileadmin/Religija_ir_kultura/2007_4/93-111.pdf
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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