Performatif İmalar ve Beden
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In this study, instead of dealing with issues such as suffering or torture that push the limits of the body; it is intended to explore beyond what is seen and said. In the context of performativity, the repercussions of the existing, ignored and disturbing unconscious acts and the loss of emotions that have existed but disappear with time will be examined. The revelation of existing but forgotten acts in daily life will be examined within the scope of performativity, within the implications of the body and the objects created with the body. The emergence of unconscious impulses, the transformation of the object into the symbol of consciousness and the release of the neurosis of the impulse, the reopening of the object that causes the desire, is manifested in the acts created by the disgusting experiences of the subject-self. The flesh, which is the boundary of the body and the body that realizes learning and experiencing, is analyzed in the performative field and the physical language is analyzed and the experimental / artistic works performed within the scope of this language are aimed to be read and examined on the intellectual track of the unconscious. The effect of relational psychoanalytic theory on performativity is examined and artistic performative practice is associated with psychoanalytic approach. Although many performances have been made regarding the effect that the artist's experience can have on the audience, this report will examine the performative implications created ontologically from the artist's performance and the actions of the audience involved in this performance. In the first part, the term of Performativity, which Austin, Searle and Derrida developed, is examined comparatively, but it contains information about Butler's transposition of utterances into action within the body of gender. In the second part, performative implications are examined in the light of the experiences of the artists. In the third chapter, the performative practices obtained with the applications are developed.