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2012 | 6 | 141-147
Article title

Pojęcie i doświadczenie czasu w polskiej sztuce konceptualnej

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Title variants
EN
The Concept And Experience Of Time In The Art Of Polish Conceptualism
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
In my paper I analyse the art of selected Polish conceptual artists, whose art and creative strategies clearly attempt to analyse the essence of time. I consider exceptional in this context the work of Roman Opalka (Opałka 1965 /1 - ∞), Natalia LL's recordings (Permanent recordings of time), Zdzislaw Jurkiewicz's Saturn and Jupiter Ways, and the projects by Stanisław Dróżdż (FROM TO) that touch upon various levels of time. In the presented analyses, I refer to the psychological and philosophical concept of perception and aperception, as well as an anthropological understanding of time. In my view, conceptual art is the genre whose characteristics lie in the conscious cognition and deep intellectual analysis of the reality surrounding the artist. With regard to the active role of the mind in the process of perception the aperception of time may be a more appropriate term.
Year
Issue
6
Pages
141-147
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Contributors
  • Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Łodzi, Wydział Sztuk Wizualnych, ul. Franciszkańska 76/78, p. 18, 91-838 Łódz
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