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2015 | 89-90 Redefinicje klasyki | 82-101
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„Celle qui avance”. O zastyganiu w akcie, czytaniu i ponownym odczytywaniu „Gradivy”, nie tylko przez Alaina Robbe-Grilleta

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“Celle qui avance”. On Becoming Still in the Act, Reading and Rereading of ‘Gradiva’, Not Only by Alain Robbe-Grillet
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Rewizja klasyki przez pryzmat Gradivy – postaci z noweli Wilhelma Jensena, którą zaanektował Freud, surrealiści, a której tranzytywny status podkreślał Alain Robbe-Grillet – może się wydawać przekorna. To fałszywa muza; konstrukcja archeologicznej wyobraźni. Do kanonu XX-wiecznej sztuki (literatury, malarstwa, filmu) wpisali ją interpretatorzy, czyniąc z niej motyw przechodni. Postać Gradivy skłania do refleksji nad procesem patrzenia „na nowo” na teksty przeszłości, do zastanowienia się nad intencją przywracania, poprawiania, odświeżania dzieł filmowych, nie tyle stanowiąc motyw filmów Raymonde’a Caresco, Robbe-Grilleta i Leosa Caraxa, ile ilustrując akt transgresji znaczeń między dziełami literackimi, plastycznymi, filmowymi. Postać ta na nich odciska swoje piętno, adaptując się do każdego z mediów w odmienny sposób. Stasiowski, śledząc pochód tego motywu, odsłania mechanizmy, jakimi kierują się współczesne przetworzenia klasycznych tekstów odnoszące się tyleż do obiegowej jego percepcji, interpretacji, ile do prototypu.
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A revision of a classic through the prism of Gradiva – a character from the novel by Wilhelm Jensen, which was annexed by Freud and the surrealists, and whose transitive status was emphasised by Alain Robbe-Grillet – may seem willful. This is a false muse; a construction of an archaeological imagination. It was introduced into the canon of twentieth-century art (literature, painting, film) by interpreters who turned her into an interconnecting theme. The character of Gradiva leads one to reflection on the process of looking “anew” on texts of the past, and rethinking the intention of bringing back, correcting and refreshing old films, which is not only a motif of films by Raymonde Caresco, Robbe-Grillet and Leos Carax, but an illustration of the transgression of meaning between the works of literature, fine arts, and film. The figure of Gradiva has an impact on each of these forms of art, but adapts to different mediums in a different manner. Following the traces of this theme, Stasiowski reveals the mechanisms which lead contemporary transformations of classic texts, which applies to their common perception, interpretation but also to the prototype.
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  • Instytut Sztuk Audiowizualnych, Wydział Zarządzania i Komunikacji Społecznej, Uniwersytet Jagielloński
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