Sanatta Doğal Yapay İlişkisi Ve Yeniden Üretim
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GÜLEÇ, Gamze. Natural Artificial Relation in Art and Reproduction, Masters Art Study Report, Ankara, 2018. In the report titled "Natural Artificial Relation in Art and Reproduction" the method to imitate in art was described via Aristotle's view on mimetic art. The way in which the method of copying throughout history was used as a strategy by artists has been examined. Copying is not just a sign of mastery but at the same time it has become a language for things that want to be expressed. The situation of ordinary object copies becoming art objects was discussed and rather than discussing how much of a good copy, which glorifies the object, it is, the effects of the artist factor that changed the viewpoint of the viewer towards the object were discussed. For artists the manual production and machine production techniques are not only a question of technical diversity, but also provide a new perspective for the work by adding different meanings and interpretations. The disappearance of the uniqueness of the work of art from the reproduction has enabled us to think about what art and the artist should be. When the copied natural objects and artificial objects are examined in the state of artistic works, they are differentiated by natural and artificial concepts and thus it is possible to open the interpretation of the art object itself, as opposed to the copied object. The report, in which a detailed investigation of the methods of reproduction was carried out, was supported with personal studies and new contexts and new ways of expression were tried to be found. As a result of the studies, a new perspective has been created on the copying/reproduction strategy used as a method of "Natural Artificial Relation and Reproduction" and in practice it was tried to present personal contributions to contemporary art.