Uncanny Valley Project, a Cyberfeminist Intervention in the X Central American Biennial

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Title Uncanny Valley Project, a Cyberfeminist Intervention in the X Central American Biennial
Uncanny Valley Project, una intervención ciberfeminista en la X Bienal Centroamericana
 
Creator Campos Fonseca, Susan
 
Subject social research
artistic research
Centro American electronic music
cyber-feminism
Investigación social
investigación artística
música electrónica centroamericana
ciberfeminismo.
 
Description This article/testimony discusses a cyber-feminist intervention entitled Uncanny Valley Project, part of the 10th Biennial Centro-American celebration (2016).  This intervention is analyzed from a critical close-up perspective of the "corporal" and "feminist", categories proposed by Tamara Diaz; the hypothesis of Uncanny Valley as put forth by Masahiro Mori will also be utilized.  The intent is to explore how these ideas/interventions together with electronic music, function in the current period of crisis as a means to construct bodies that invent and innovate; concepts of performance and robotic esthetics as practiced by people interested in electronic music will be considered.  As a result of this investigation, we hope to position this intervention within the Costa Rican electronic music movement, shedding light on the larger Central American context, and highlighting the contributions of its creators.
Se reflexiona sobre la intervención ciberfeminista Uncanny Valley Project en la X Sonora de la Bienal Centroamericana (2016). Se analiza desde una "proximidad crítica, corporal y feminista", bajo la hipótesis del uncanny valley de Masahiro Mori, para exponer cómo ésta actúa sobre un presente en crisis, junto con la música electrónica en tanto vía para construer cuerpos de invención e innovación. Además, se explora la performatividad y la estética robótica practicadas por humanos dedicados a la música electrónica. El resultado permite identificar el fenómeno dentro de la música electrónica costarricense y darle visibilidad en el contexto centroamericano.
 
Publisher Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas
 
Date 2017-07-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
application/xml
 
Identifier http://liminar.cesmeca.mx/index.php/r1/article/view/527
10.29043/liminar.v15i2.527
 
Source LiminaR. Estudios Sociales y Humanisticos; Vol 15 No 2: July-December, 2017; 15-34
LiminaR. Estudios Sociales y Humanisticos; Vol. 15 Núm. 2: julio-diciembre, 2017; 15-34
2007-8900
1665-8027
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://liminar.cesmeca.mx/index.php/r1/article/view/527/pdf
http://liminar.cesmeca.mx/index.php/r1/article/view/527/544
 
Rights Derechos de autor 2017 LiminaR. Estudios Sociales y Humanísticos
 

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