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タイトル "This is not a pipe",it is a transformation, a lie: Magritte diagnosized by Bion
著者
Med HAFSI (Meddo hafushi)
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出版地 奈良
出版者 奈良大学
上位タイトル
奈良大学紀要 (Memoirs of the Nara University). Vol.30号, (2002. 03) ,p.109- 128
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03892204
抄録 The present study constitutes an attempt to understand Rene Magritte's famous works "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" (This is not a pipe) , and "Les deux mysteres" (The two mysteries) , from a psychoanalytical point of view, especially Bion's theory of transformations. First, Michel Foucault's famous work, "This is not a pipe" was reviewed. According to the author, the latter's main interest was to demonstrate how Magritte has managed to deny and make disappear the pipe by traping it in a calligram, constituted by a text and a shape, then unraveling the latter, so that the pipe disapears. However, he did not discuss what does Magritte want to convey through his works. Therefore, applying Bion's theory, the author has tried to shed light on the latent message reflected in the artist's two works, from an angle different from Foucault's one. The two works were reinterpreted in terms of two stages: a stage whre the artist confesses (confession stage) his failure to represent the truth (he real pipe) , and a stage to repair (reparation stage) one's failure by restoring the pipe turned into a nature morte, and a lie in a bionic meaning of the term. Moreover, applying Bion's concept of group of transforma-tions, the author argued that Magritte's uses in his painting the three types of transformations described by Bion, namely rigid motion transformation, projective transformation, and transformation in hallucinosis.
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eng
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