Art. Nature. Body. Biogeocorpographies of lives and the world.
Keywords:Art, Nature, Body
Nature is the condition of Art. Nature has the condition of Body. Art is the Nature of many Bodies. Body is Art of Nature. Finally, art, nature, body are biogeocorpographic states of lives and worlds that coexist. For the construction of these reflections, which have decolonized thinking about them, I will draw on the logic of what decolonial authors say about “communal” living, which has variations, of course, in the Portuguese language, when translated from Spanish, in which one of the meanings is that of community. Or, if used in Portuguese, as communal, it has the sense of commune, referring to those who live in a commune. But, as a community, it also has, in Portuguese, several meanings, even that of peripheral without being that of “decolonial exteriority”, the latter being what I am looking for. Thus, I will often prefer to use the term communal - aiming at the Spanish sense - in order to contemplate the sense of “living together” for Brazilian subjectivity, but of course, together. Although, a priori, I make this option, understanding that community, commune and/or community life could have the same meaning as my desired meaning in the discussion on “ARTE. NATURE. BODY. BIOGEOCORPOGRAPHS OF LIVES AND WORLDS”: that they are the meaning of “living together”.
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