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ВЕЛИКОТЪРНОВСКИ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ "СВ. СВ. КИРИЛ И МЕТОДИЙ" - УНИВЕРСИТЕТСКО ИЗДАТЕЛСТВО

Признаци на необективност в българската скулптура


Автори:
Илко Николчев УАСГ, гр. София, България

Страници: 68-75

Резюме:

The non-objective work of art is unrelated to real-world objects. The essence of non-objective art is that the work completes in the mind of the viewer, and he creates his own interpretation. In this sense, the viewer is involved in the creative process and interacts with the work of art. The expressive means and techniques of nonobjective sculpture are at the heart of some of the most avant-garde art movements, such as minimalism, land-art, site-specific art and environmental art. Some examples of non-objective sculpture flow from symposium sculpture, which later evolves into urban spaces. The first international symposiums, where Bulgarian authors work with their foreign colleagues and get acquainted with various artistic practices, influence the Bulgarian sculpture. The non-objective sculpture has its manifestations in Bulgarian art, though later. The works of some Bulgarian authors play an important role in the changes in the Bulgarian sculpture and in the integration into the world processes.


Ключови думи:

non-objectivity, Bulgarian sculpture, interaction

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