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Exhibition project about temporal aspect in art

ФИО студента: Aleksandra Maletina

Руководитель: Alexandra Kuznetsova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Программа: Design (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

In the broadest sense, the concept of timing, and, more specifically temporality, is used in many areas of art. The origins of the phenomenon of temporality come from the Middle Ages. In the 16th century the genre of diary and account books to introduce trade and record the dates of deaths and births and marriages became widespread. Moreover, the world was no longer stable, and people tried to fix time. That is why the category of the past, which is irrevocably gone, and the category of the future, which makes history, appeared. Fixing time, people along with temporality began to invent art. These are pocket watches, notebooks, which were first invented in the 16th century. Therefore, it becomes important to emphasize the importance of the temporal aspect of art and on the basis of this to develop its artistic strategy related to temporality. During the study, artistic methods that show temporality have been identified and individual author’s methods that are created. Furthermore, the methods that have been applied are visual research about short-term art, space modeling, time observation, and personal experimental art practice. The anticipated results of the study of temporality have been combined and a concept of a original artistic strategy has been created. The preparation of personal exhibition about temporal aspect is expected, as well as the creation of the sculpture series and graphics. The study of the phenomenon of temporality reveals many ways of working with materials, techniques, methods and solutions that can be successfully applied to contemporary art.

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