Pojęcie obrazu w koncepcjach Hansa Beltinga i Waltera Benjamina
The Concept of Image in the Works of Hans Belting and Walter Benjamin
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The article aims to present Hans Belting’s conception of image in the light of Walter Benjamin’s aesthetics. The interdisciplinary issues raised by both theorists go far beyond the reach of art history and the realm of visual experience. The article discusses, in particular, the following notions: external (physical) images, internal (mental) images and their interrelationships, and image migrations. It subsequently touches upon the complex problems of the medium, of perception and its changes due to technology, and explores the role of the subject in the interpretation of images.
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