Kentsel Mekanda Ayrışmanın Gündelik Hayata ve Kişisel Sanat Pratiğine Etkisi
Havası, Esma Burcu
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Cities, where more than half of the world’s populations live, have been governed, spatially decomposed and occupied by the powerful since they were founded. This process, which became more layered with Modernism, has led to the complexification of the administrative dimension of the cities with the commodification of urban space itself and its ability to change hands easily for multiple times. Thus, at first, the spatial decomposition which is experienced through neighborhoods, streets and areas in line with the socio-economic rules by the governors for the ones who live in cities, evolved towards the will of selfisolation of the people living in cities with the destruction of the urban memory and nature during the postmodern period. Because, this indeterminate destruction has narrowed the spaces of individuals, alienated them from the life they live by isolating them and directly affected their daily lives. Therefore, while “daily life and its criticism” has been among the subjects that art and philosophy have been giving importance to since 19th century, the importance of ordinary personal determinations about the daily life of the city has become clear day by day. Art, with all its branches, plays an important role in emphasizing these findings.