Dr. Ana Lucia Beck

Title prefix: 
Dr.
First name: 
Ana Lucia
Family name: 
Beck
Country: 
Brazil
Institution: 
UFRGS/Brazil, KING'S COLLEGE LONDON, United Kingdom.
Department: 
Literature/ Portuguese, Spanish and Latin American Studies
Title: 
PhD in Comparative Literature; Master in Art History, Theory and Criticism
Short description: 

PhD in Comparative Literature Studies (UFRGS). Visiting research student at King's College London. Master in Art History, Theory and Criticism, Bachelor in Fine Arts/Drawing. In her dissertation “Palavras fora de lugar” studied the status of word in poetry as way to a critical approach of Brazilian Leonilson’s works with the presence of words that render a meaningful analysis of correlation between poetry and visual arts. Full text available at: www.issuu.com/palavraimagem/docs/palavras_fora_de_lugar.

Main interests of theoretical, practical and educational research are the creation processes and inter media relations between word and image in the Visual Arts; practical and teaching aspects of drawing, as well as the relations between artistic theory and practice in their intersections with art education and educational processes. A closer look at her artistic production is available at: www.paraisonaotemnome.blogspot.com

 

Languages: 
English, Portuguese, German
Teaching areas: 

Art History,

Art Theory and Criticism,

Brazilian Visual Arts,

Drawing,

Education in Visual Arts.

Research areas: 

Comparative Literature,

Contemporary Art,

Interart Studies,

Brazilian Art,

Poetry.

Conferences: 

2016

XXI Congress of the ICLA (International Comparative Literature Association). Love, life and death in Jose Leonilson and Louise Bourgeois. Universität Wien, Áustria.

British Comparative Literature Association XIVth International Conference - SALVAGE. The word became paint: Albrecht Duerer's Salvaged words. University of Wolverhampton, UK.

Colloque Modernist Emotions. The I and the Other: looking for the self in Brazilian Modernist Painting and Poetry. Sorbonne Nouvelle, França.

Engaging Communities Comparatively - Annual Meeting of the Canadian Comparative Literature Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Silent Landscapes - a comparative approach of Jose Leonilson and Louise Bourgeois. University of Calgary, Canada.

Fictional Maps International Conference. All the rivers flow to your mouth: mapping Jose Leonilson. Silesian University, Poland.

The Fourth Euroacademia International Conference - Identities and Identifications: Politicized Uses of Collective Identities. What is the shape of this problem?, Italy.

Travel, Displacement and Mobility Symposium. Moving self: a short reflection on the presence of travel in Jose Leonilson's poetic. Trent University, Canada.

2015

European Network of Comparative Literature Studies 6th Biennial Congress. Voila mon coeur: it's been to hell and back. Longing and belonging in Jose Leonilson's and Louise Bourgeois' creative process. Dublin City University, Irland.

Ojo! Atencion! Culture and Visuality in Latin America Symposium. Leonilson: transgressing Narcissus. King’s College London, UK.

Universality of Literature and Universals in Literature: Love. International Conference. Artisans in a thing called LOVE - love and its images in Louise Bourgeois and Jose Leonilson. University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2014

Aesthetics of Emotional Restraint International Conference. Heart paths creating paths - Creation landscapes in Leonilson and Louise Bourgeois. Portugal.

VI Colóquio Internacional Sul de Literatura Comparada - Espaço espaços. No princípio era o verbo. Porto Alegre, Brazil. 

2013

II Colóquio Literatura e Paisagem e II Colóquio Internacional Interdisciplinar Literatura, Viagens e Turismo no Brasil, na França e em Portugal. Paisagens do silêncio. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

SI Educa - XVIII Seminário Internacional de Educação: Aprendente e ensinante: o mundo nos chama as relações nos educam. Relações Culturais, interculturais e artísticas afro-brasileiras e africanas: uma experiência no âmbito PIBID em Artes Visuais. Brazil. 

XIII Congresso Internacional da Abralic. Resta afeto inverso em vasto verso. Campina Grande, Brazil. 

 

 

Publications: 
“Paisagens de Silêncio em Leonilson e Louise Bourgeois”. Ida Alves; Masé Lemos; Carmem Negreiros (Org.). Estudos de Paisagem, Literatura, Viagens e Turismo Cultural; Brasil, França, Portugal. Rio de Janeiro: Oficina Raquel, 2014. p. 235-254.  “Bleeding Words”. Primerjalna književnost (PKn Comparative Literature). 39.1, June 2016. Ljubljana. ISSN 0351-1189.   “No princípio era o verbo - o contexto interartes em Albrecht Dürer”. Anais do VI Coloquio Internacional Sul de Literatura Comparada, Espaço-Espaços. Porto Alegre: Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Letras/Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2015.  “Resta afeto inverso em vasto verso - o processo criativo em José Leonilson e Louise Bourgeois.” Anais do XIII Congresso Internacional da Associação Brasileira de Literatura Comparada – Internacionalização do Regional. Campina Grande: UEPB/UFCG/Realize Produtora, 2013.  “Tempo da escrita, lugar do pensar”. Anais do V Colóquio Internacional Sul de Literatura Comparada, Fazeres Indisciplinados. Porto Alegre: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Letras/Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2012.  "Dança Desenho Metodologia em Movimento. O Mosaico. n. 3, Jan/Junho 2010. Curitiba: Universidade Estadual do Paraná, 2010.  "Imagens Marginais. As Partes, n. 4. Porto Alegre: Atelier Livre da Prefeitura Municipal de Porto Alegre, 2010.  "Leonilson: desdobramentos”. Porto Arte. v. 13, n. 23, Nov/2005. Porto Alegre: Instituto de Artes, 2005.