anima

un dialogue entre l'Homme et l'Objet

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mémoire . thesis

2021

De l’âge de pierre à l’âge numérique, les objets façonnent les sociétés humaines tout autant qu’ils sont façonnés par elles. Entre la main et l’outil, l’oeil et la chose, se crée une relation qui durera plusieurs millions d’années. Une interaction faite de gestes d’apprivoisements réciproques, d’une expérience de l’autre et d’une certaine habitude. Anima retrace l’histoire de ce dialogue entre l’Homme et l’objet. Ce mémoire propose d’envisager les objets non pas en tant que seules productions de l’Homme, mais comme ce qui, en quelque sorte, fait partie de lui. 

From the Stone Age to the Digital Age, objects shape human societies as much as they are shaped by them. Between the hand and the tool, the eye and the form, a relationship is created that will remain for millions of years. An interaction made of gestures of mutual apprehension, of experience and even of a certain habit. Anima tells the story of the dialogue between the Man and the object.

This essay aims to consider objects not just as our sole productions, but as something that is part of who we are.

From the Stone Age to the Digital Age, objects shape human societies as much as they are shaped by them. Between the hand and the tool, the eye and the form, a relationship is created that will remain for millions of years. An interaction made of gestures of mutual apprehension, of experience and even of a certain habit. Anima tells the story of the dialogue between the Man and the object.

This essay aims to consider objects not just as our sole productions, but as something that is part of who we are.

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reliure structure croisée par Sonia Le Van . crossed structure binding by Sonia Le Van