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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2001.tde-31032004-214306
Document
Author
Full name
Paula Monseff Perissinotto
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2000
Supervisor
Committee
Matuck, Artur (President)
Machado Neto, Arlindo Ribeiro
Sant'Anna, Sergio Bairon Blanco
Title in Portuguese
"O Cinestimo Interativo nas Artes Plásticas: Um trajeto para a Arte Tecnológica"
Keywords in Portuguese
arte e tecnologia
arte eletrônica
cibernática
cultura digital
interatividade
movimento
Abstract in Portuguese
RESUMO Este estudo mostra como se deu a relação das artes visuais com a ciência e a tecnologia. Para isso, partiu das idéias lançadas pelos irmãos Naum Gabo e Anton Pevsner, construtivistas russos, através do Manifesto realista, procurando libertar as artes visuais de seu estigma de arte estática. Esta pesquisa acompanhou o trajeto de artistas (Archipenko, Ducahmp, Gabo, Pevsner, Moholy Nagy, Mari, Bury, Tinguely, Schöffer, Takis, Tatlin, Rodchenko, Man Ray, Calder, Le Parc, Palatinik, Lígia Clarck, Robert Rauchemberg, Christa Sommer&Laurent Mignonneau, Jeffrey Shaw...) que, ao longo do século XX, desenvolveram pesquisas nesta linha. Este trabalho percorreu a história da arte cinética, apontando artistas que exploraram a interatividade (a perceptiva, a espaço/temporal ou a potencial surgida da relação da arte com a tecnologia) além daqueles que buscaram soluções em outras disciplinas, tanto em outras artes como na ciência. Mostra como a complexidade desta interdisciplinaridade criou mudanças de conceitos formais, estruturais e estéticos. Enfoca também como a adesão das artes às novas tecnologias provocou transformações não apenas no mundo dos artistas, mas também no universo institucional que incentiva e promove as artes visuais contemporâneas.
Title in English
Kinetic and interactivity in the visual art: a route to art and technology
Keywords in English
art visual arts of
art and technology
cyberculture
digital culture
electronic art
interactivity
movement
science
visual arts
Abstract in English
Abstract This study intends to analyze the relationship between visual arts, science and technology. Its initial reference is the idea written by two Russian Constructivist artists, Naum Gabo and Anton Pevsner, in the Realist Manifesto, in 1920. The two artist, that were also brothers, were trying to free visual arts of its static art's stigma. For that, this research followed some artists' itinerary that developed researches with this approach in the 20th century, such as Archipenko, Duchamp, Flatters, Pevsner, Moholy Nagy, Mari, Bury, Tinguely, Schöffer, Takis, Tatlin, Rodchenko, Man Ray, Calder, Reads Parc, Palatinik, Lígia Clarck, Robert Rauchemberg, Christa Sommer&Laurent Mignonneau, and Jeffrey Shaw. This work went trough the kinetic art history and examined artists that have explored the interaction pointing in their works (the perceptive interaction, the space interaction and the new potential interaction that appeared from the relationship between art and technology), and examined as well as artists that have found solutions in others discipline, such as science. The complexity of this interdisciplinary relationship created formal, structural and aesthetic concepts changes in the art world. Finally, the study also focuses in how the artist’s adhesion to new technologies provoked transformations in the institutions that motivates and promotes the contemporary visual arts.
 
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