Beden ve Mekân Diyalektiğinde Öznenin Yeri
Baykan, Deniz Ceyhun
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Space and body are objective in their absolute definition. While the relation of the object to the object can only be defined by Euclidean phenomena when considered solely in space, the subject, who interacts with space through his body, finds himself in search of space and context with a Cartesian understanding. The aim of this multiple interaction, which we can call perception, experience or 'search' within the scope of this report, is not to recall the modern or the postmodern, but to search for the subjective reality in the interaction of body and space. The search verifies 'life' in line with the possible interactions with the parts of space that my body encounters. The searches in this report will be expressed and analyzed as a trialectic on body-space-subject. This trialectic situation is the dominant structure that evolves the object into the subject, which we experience through our body from the womb, on which the confusion continues, which art cares about and philosophers have been reasoning for centuries. This structure can guide the subject's efforts for liberation through the interaction of body and space or it can turn into a structure that opposes the subject's efforts to become an individual and to be included in the interaction of society as an individual through political and sociological manipulations. Space should be left to purely subjective experiences, free from imposition and manipulation. The subjective experiences to be signified do not aim for a perfect unity between the 'architectural' and the 'artwork', but for a tense interaction between art and architecture. Because even though today's experiences of action and action-like space drag the subject into a monotonous ambiguity, the field of art still contains the possibilities of liberation against this monotony. Keywords: Body, space, subject, art, architecture.