Cinéma féministe argentin : les questionnements épistémologiques et politiques d’Albertina Carri

Abstract : From what Albertina Carri, Argentine filmmaker, calls "excess normality" and from her deconstructions of gender violence, I would like to raise some issues about feminism in art, normalization strategies of feminist discourse and the failure of common sense that it promotes. I want to expose the radical position adopted by Albertina Carri, who combines uncompromisingly formal invention and the questioning of categories. I'll try to show that this vanguard thinking she claims, even though it raises the issue of the accessibility of her production, constantly outsized because she positions herself incessantly as another dislocada (Maria Luisa Femenías), is at the same time an expression of epistemological and political feminist questioning that come from people struggles practices in Argentina.
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Michèle Soriano. Cinéma féministe argentin : les questionnements épistémologiques et politiques d’Albertina Carri. Genres en séries : cinéma, télévision, médias, Genres en séries, 2016. ⟨hal-01830995⟩

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