Las bases psico-biológicas de la comunicación intersubjetiva en el arte

  • Claudia Mauléon Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP)
Palabras clave: técnica vocal, comunicación, arte, canto

Resumen

En estas páginas hacemos una breve revisión de las bases psico-biológicas sobre las que fundan las experiencias musicales, en particular las que posibilitan la comunicación entre el artista y el público. Nuestra mirada se centrará en las relaciones entre el sonido y el gesto como manifestaciones corporeizadas de las intención comunicativa del intérprete. Se revisan los conceptos de Formación Motívica Intrínseca y Pulso motor Intrínseco, y su relación con la idea de Cognición como sistema dinámico. Se tratan la teoría de los Osciladores Adaptativos Biológicos y la teoría Tau en tanto que con-tribuyen a entender el ensamble de coordinaciones sensorio-motrices en la ejecución. Posteriormente se desarrolla la incidencia de los mecanismos de simulación interna en la comunicación, para analizar finalmente el funcionamiento de estos procesos en la comunicación entre el intérprete cantante y el público.

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2010-12-17
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Mauléon, C. (2010). Las bases psico-biológicas de la comunicación intersubjetiva en el arte. Epistemus. Revista De Estudios En Música, Cognición Y Cultura, 1(1), 127-160. https://doi.org/10.21932/epistemus.1.2704.0
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