Emoções estéticas das cenografias rituais afro-cubanas
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Estética ritual
Cenografias rituais
Emoções estéticas
Consultas
Religiões afro-cubanas

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KERESTETZI, K. Emoções estéticas das cenografias rituais afro-cubanas. MODOS: Revista de História da Arte, Campinas, SP, v. 6, n. 1, p. 267–338, 2022. DOI: 10.20396/modos.v6i1.8667529. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/mod/article/view/8667529. Acesso em: 24 mar. 2023.

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Este artigo examina os impactos emocionais da estética das religiões afro-cubanas. Ele trata do caso particular das consultas, as sessões organizadas por especialistas rituais do palo monte, santería, ifá ou espiritismo, visando a resolver os males de seus clientes. O artigo revela que cada cenografia ritual (contextos interativos, estilos decorativos, dispositivos materiais, ferramentas) conduz o consulente a um percurso emocional que está no cerne da eficácia da sessão. Nesse sentido, cada culto oferece uma combinação emocional única, uma espécie de assinatura emocional que o distingue inequivocamente das outras modalidades religiosas subsumidas sob o nome de religião afro-cubana. Trata-se de uma constatação interessante no momento em que alguns pesquisadores se perguntam se ainda faz sentido estudar separadamente essas religiões, cujas fronteiras são tão porosas que elas compartilham seguidores, conceitos, cosmologias...

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