Sanat Deneyimi Yoluyla Fiziksel Çevrenin Algılanması
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Human beings continues his efforts to know and understand the world. Parallel to this, they shape their physical environment in accordance with this understanding. With industrialization, the artificial environment greatly expands by artifacts. The ideal of comprehending the world in its entirety replaces by the attempt to understand the many parts that make up the world. The avant-garde movements in art at the beginning of the 20th century emerge as a result of the artist's identification with the fragmented reality. The language of art expands in parallel with the change of artistic materials. The expansion of material leads to the fragmentation of the artwork, the disappearance of the traditional understanding of the artwork, and the aesthetic of fragmentation attributed to Modernism. The fragmentation that dominates the modernism and its post-period co-occurs with the use of ready-made objects and combining techniques such as assemblage and collage. Chapter 1 of this report constitutes the theme of this process. The artistic changes that took place at the beginning of the century becomes systematic in the post-modern period. The theory of deconstruction put forward by Derrida explains the artistic strategies in which the artificial environment produced by humans is deteriorated again by humans. In the postmodern period, the ready-made phenomenon places in a context that is described as 'ordinary object' in the report. The traditional discipline, which aims to create an organic whole in art, chooses its tools from ready-made objects and tends to push the known limits of the concept of entirety. With the help of the bricolage concept proposed by Strauss, this new impulse of artistic creativity is tried to be defined in the second part of the report as the continuous reuse of artifacts to suggest new artifacts. The subject and material of the original artworks that sparked the report have consistently been the physical elements of any ordinary environment. The artworks, supported by examples similar to them from history, aimed to explore the possibilities of creating an artistic discourse of any randomly selected artificial element.