LA PERCEPTION DE L'ESTHÉTIQUE ET DE LA PENSÉE DU ZEN DANS LES TEXTES D’ART EN FRANCE

Abstract : That it is in the artistic mediums, scientific or advertising, one currently notes a renewed interest for Zen. Zen makes sell, Zen makes creative, inventive, gets wellbeing, Zen seems to be used for all. Does it act of a deformation in its interpretation by the prism of our European and northern American culture? Or reflection it an exact assimilation of the direction of Zen? The fact that since its origin Zen was associated the artistic activity can undoubtedly help us to include/understand the mechanisms which underlie its operation, and to thus enable us to know if the image that we have Zen reflects its reality, through various artistic activity like painting, poetry, the cinema, the theatre, the martial arts, the ceremony of the dry tea or the art of the garden. From these observations, one notes a misperception of Zen. On one hand it is perceived as fostering the spontaneous and chaotic aspect of artistic expression, and on other hand it is seen as a codified and a repeated spontaneous reflex behavior. However, the dual aspect of thought, be it learned or unlearned, verbal or spacial, is a mental process that does not work in opposition, but in synergy, through fluid movement, initiated by discarding preconceived notions through a continuous effort to reconfigure one’s mental representations.
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Hugues Rainvillé-Delamare. LA PERCEPTION DE L'ESTHÉTIQUE ET DE LA PENSÉE DU ZEN DANS LES TEXTES D’ART EN FRANCE. Anthropologie sociale et ethnologie. Université Paris 8 - Saint-Denis, 2003. Français. ⟨tel-02081074⟩

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