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2012 | 6 | 73-78
Article title

Konceptualizm i sztuka interaktywna. Analiza polskich przykładow

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Title variants
EN
Conceptualism And Interactive Art. The Analysis Of Polish Examples
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
Contemporary interactive art, which is created through digital computer technologies, has its roots in the artistic trends of a new avant-garde that developed at the end of the 1950s. Conceptual art played a significant and specific role in this process along with kinetic art, action art, installation and electronic media art. It formed not only a deep logic and framework for neo avant-garde tendencies in art, but also a favourable context to develop participatory tendencies and to prepare the conceptual ground for interactive art. In this complex field of artistic genres of that time, many artworks created had features which allow us to consider them in relation to interactive art. Amongst them, we can find works of such artists as Wojciech Bruszewski and Jozef Robakowski. Their numerous installations and objects from the seventies link conceptual and analytical attitudes with interactive characteristics.
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6
Pages
73-78
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Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Łódzki, Wydział Filologiczny, Instytut Kultury Współczesnej, Pałac Biedermanna, ul. Franciszkańska 1/5, 91-431 Łódz, rwk@uni.lodz.pl
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