Görsel Sanatlarda Nesne ve Mekan İlişkisi
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This study examines the contexts between objects and space periodically, how the artists use the objects in which area, Marchel Duchamp's concept of a ready-made object being a work of art, Joseph Beuys's idea of creating a work of art with the use of ready-made objects in the spatial dimension of the objects in my own works. It discusses how it affects my process of forming the basic idea that turns it into meanings. The study consists of three parts. Chapter I examines the space and context of the objects used by still life artists in their compositions, starting with the explanation of the questions of what is an object and what is a space, and the relationship of the object with still life. II. On the other hand, the section tries to deal with the use of industrial objects by artists using ready-made objects, where the ready-made object can be a work of art. III. In the second part, I will explain the situations that I have experienced and observed in the process of creating my art objects in my works, explaining the connections between the visuals and expressions of the connections of my works with the ready-made object, and how the idea of iron sculpture created in my subconscious mind during the formation of this process will be explained.