Yeniden Bir İnşa Olarak “Yıkmak – Yakmak” Üzerine Görsel Anlatılar
Aydın , Gül
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ABSTRACT Artistic objects have a cultural character. The scope of this thesis, görsel visual narratives on demolishing and burning as a reconstruction ur, is based on the mental state and social structure of the artist, and how the objects are transformed by the artist by themselves under the influence of social and emotional mechanisms in the process of transformation. In the first part of this thesis, which is a theoretical qualitative research based on scientific sources based on literature research by examining the written documents, the contribution of the material to the strengthening of the artistic expression, which will ensure the coexistence of content and form, is examined by theorists such as Nietzche, Schumpeter, Marx and Harvey. The concept is explained with the concept. In the second part of the thesis, the ways of expressing the emotion that the artist wants to reflect outside of the traditional art materials and methods he uses while trying to produce a new product by transferring his personality and subconscious mind with new metaphors in the process of creative creation in the reflection of the concept of creative destruction, Tiziano, Picasso and Duchampi ready-made objects. The question of classical art understanding of art movements is given. Ai Wei wei, Robin Page, Yves Kleen, Anselm Kiefer, Gustav Metzger and the artistic expression language used by the artists who participated in the self-destructive art symposium organized in 1962 to reflect the senses and perception of art to art. In the third chapter, it is evaluated that it is possible to reproduce the object with a new form other than its old meaning in art practices made by transforming the meaning in the practices of demolishing. In this dissertation on consumption, the place of everyday life object in the context of life-meaning was examined while creating artworks. Destruction, burning and placement of the object and its progression in line with the social, cultural and economic transformation have been investigated through art practices.
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