FEMİNİST TİYATRO VE MİMETİK AKSİYON

Mimesis, estetik bir kavram olarak Antik Yunan’dan bugüne birçok felsefecinin, tiyatro ve diğer dallardaki uygulamacının ve sanatçının bakış açısından evirilerek dönüşümlere uğramış ancak özünde sanatın taklit ve yeniden yaratma özelliklerine vurgu yapan bir kavramdır. Hakikati taklit ederek sanatsal olanı yaratım olarak ele alınan mimesis, yaratım sürecinde ele alınması gerekenlerin daha politik, daha sosyal ve kültürel noktalar katılarak yeniden bir sorgulama sürecine girmiştir. Evrensel hakikatlerin sorgulanmaya başladığı dönemlerde mimesisin neyin taklidi olduğu, mevcut konuları nasıl işleyeceği feminist sanatçı ve yazarların temel konularından olmuştur. Ataerkil toplumun süzgecinden geçerek bugüne gelen mimetik aktivitenin feminist eserlerde farklı bir şekilde ele alınması, özellikle tiyatro metinlerinde başta yazar olmak üzere, konu, biçim, dil ve sahneleme unsurları açısından farklı özellikler ön plana çıkarmıştır. İleride yapılacak olan çalışmalara öncülük etmesi beklenen bu çalışma, feminist örneklerden yola çıkarak toplumsal cinsiyet gibi çağdaş dünyamızın kavramlarının, feminist mimesisteki yerini ve önemini oyunculuk, sahne metni ve sahneleme biçimleri açısından ele almaktadır.

TOWARDS A FEMINIST APPROACH OF MIMESIS

Mimesis, as an aesthetic concept, has evolved and transformed from the point of view of many philosophers, practitioners in theater and other artistic branches, and artists since Ancient Greece, but it has essentially been a concept that emphasizes the imitation and re-creation features of art. Handled as a creation of the artistic by imitating the truth, mimesis has entered a process of questioning again to determine more political, more social and cultural points of what needs to be addressed in the imitation and re-creation process. In the times when universal truths began to be questioned, the origin of imitation and the way it should be handled became one of the main topics of feminist artists and writers. The fact that mimetic activity has come to this day through the filter of patriarchal society, has been criticized in feminist works and thus led feminist artists to bring in distinctive features to the forefront in terms of subject, form, language, and staging elements especially in feminist theater plays. This study, which is expected to lead to future studies, points out the place and importance of contemporary feminist concepts such as gender in terms of acting, stage text and staging forms, based on feminist examples in our country and the world.

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