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2015 | 36 | 215 - 228
Article title

James Broughton — portret artysty z czasów rewolucji seksualnej

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JAMES BROUGHTON — PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST FROM THE TIMES OF THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION
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PL
Abstracts
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The article is an attempt to introduce to Polish audience the artistic works and the person of James Broughton, one of the most important representatives of the American avant-garde. Outlining his profile, Idczak tries to show it as widely as possible against a broader background of the period, referring to debates about artistic strategies and poetic cinema fought by other avant-garde authors (for example Maya Deren). The main aim is to show Broughton mostly as an artist, not as a social activist. In his work the poetic and cinematic aspirations were intertwined and mutually conditioned. The article focuses on the themes found in the entire Broughton’s oeuvre: the body, eroticism, ecstasy, motion (as the most important notion of being), love, and finally — joy, as a form of artistic message and myth.
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Year
Volume
36
Pages
215 - 228
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Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Wrocławski
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Publication order reference
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