northerain Posted November 8, 2004 Share Posted November 8, 2004 Yphrxe kapoia stigmh ena endiaferon ar8ro sto Strange pano sto 8ema, alla paei kairos kai den 8ymamai tosa polla.Opote apla ekana ena mikro research sto net kai idou: According to Dubuffet, Art Brut (the term coined by the artist himself) was regarded as an art in its purest manifestation, such as a spontaneous, non-restricted psychic flow going from the depth of sub-consciousness of the artists, the flow that is embodied on paper or realized in other art materials. Dubuffet insisted on three important aspects of the Art Brut which differed this particular art movement from the others, particularly those art creations made by non-trained artist such as (primarily) naive art. These three aspects are as follows: - Lack of any relationship to cultural/academic art; - Art Brut works are original and unique in both form and content; - The creators do not recognize themselves as artists and even do not realize that they "make an art". For Dubuffet, the key for understanding the concept was lack of the creators’ awareness and/or sensibility to influences from socially or culturally accepted art forms (mainstream and/or academic art). This extreme insulation of art makers (such it was a case with severely mentally ill art creators) was, according to Dubuffet, the most important ingredient, which produced the artworks of the rare originality and honesty. Gia perissoteres plhrofories, rikste mia matia se ena periodiko afieromeno sthn texnh tetoiou eidous(including outsider art) http://www.rawvision.com/ Merika deigmata pou psarepsa: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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