Manifestations of public art

Michał Jakubowicz

Abstract

Within the article “Manifestations of public art” and through photographic projects (subPark 2014-..., Travel Documents, 2015-2016), I am asking the question whether modern art needs and strives for nature in proxemic and historical dimension as an area of “salvaged green”, evoking ways of viewing specific to pre-war architects of cities incorporated into Polish borders after 1945. Grabiszyński Park, former German cemetery, demolished in the 1960s, eventually transformed into a green area. Structures of trees are subjected to creative analysis comprised in categories of anonymous manifestations of public art. Community of outliers born within the area of pre-war city and its vicinity as well as expelled Germans and emigrants photographed in several parks of Poland and Germany were invited to participate in the project. The position regarding visual form being the result of social relations and the phenomenon of autoreference has been presented.
Author Michał Jakubowicz (Filia we Wrocławiu / Wydział Prawa i Komunikacji Społecznej)
Michał Jakubowicz,,
- Wydział Prawa i Komunikacji Społecznej
Journal seriesArt Inquiry. Recherches sur les arts, ISSN 1641-9278, (B 8 pkt)
Issue year2018
VolXX
Pages257-271
Publication size in sheets0.7
Keywords in EnglishAnthropothanatology, German cemeteries, Breslauers, site specific, relations, participation
ASJC Classification1210 Music; 1213 Visual Arts and Performing Arts; 3316 Cultural Studies
DOIDOI:10.26485/AI/2018/20/17
URL https://doi.org/10.26485/AI/2018/20/17
Languageen angielski
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Manifestation_tekst.pdf 6.2 MB
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Oświadczenie_Manifestations.pdf 277.39 KB
Score (nominal)8
Score sourcejournalList
Publication indicators Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2017 = 0
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