ПОЛИМОРФНЫЕ ЯЗЫКИ ХУДОЖЕСТВЕННОГО ВЫСКАЗЫВАНИЯ И НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ХУДОЖЕСТВЕННОЙ КОММУНИКАЦИИ (НА ПРИМЕРЕ КИНЕТИЧЕСКОЙ СКУЛЬПТУРЫ ФРЕДЕРИКА ФОЭРТА)

Translated title of the contribution: Polymorphous Languages of Artistic Statement and New Opportunities of Art Communication (on the Example of the Kinetic Sculpture by Frederik Foert)

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Abstract

The article explores the problem of the “communication gap” in the existing communication between authors and addressees of contemporary art. As a reason for such a “communication gap”, structural and morphological changes in the languages of contemporary art are analyzed. With the help of semiotic and morphological methods, the processes of the formation of new polymorphic languages of contemporary art are analyzed. An example is given of synthesizing the polymorphic language of the modern kinetic sculpture in the art works by Frederik Foert, additional communication and artistic expressive possibilities of the “Julie and Natalie” 2013 project, created in such polymorphic language and presented to the Russian audience at the exhibition “Berlin case” in Yekaterinburg in 2016 are analyzed. A complex system of coding the meaning and values of kinetic Sculpture is revealed on the example of this project. The conclusion is made of the culture-centricity, intertextuality and hypertextuality of this kind of the art of the coding system, and the need for additional efforts on the part of the addresses of the contemporary art.
Translated title of the contributionPolymorphous Languages of Artistic Statement and New Opportunities of Art Communication (on the Example of the Kinetic Sculpture by Frederik Foert)
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)176-182
Number of pages7
JournalМеждународный журнал исследований культуры
Issue number2(27)
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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  • 13.00.00 CULTURE. CULTURAL SCIENCES

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