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Title: Fotomedializm Natalii LL - przestrzeń natury (ogród) w fotograficznym metatekście
Authors: Tomczak, Karolina
Keywords: Natalia LL; Fotomedializm; ogród w sztuce; ogród w fotografii
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Citation: W. Jacyków, D. Rymar (red.), "Ogród - miejsce upraw czy symbol" (S. 107-114). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Abstract: The text examines multi-faceted formal and meaning-related relationships in photo-media projects by Natalia LL: performances such as Points of Support (Punkty podparcia), the Eagle constellation (1978) and the Pyramid (1979), which present the artist against the background of a broader nature. They bring up several important issues related to the innovativeness of a neo-avant-garde photograph of Wroclaw of the 1970s, i.e. permanent art and isomorphism that implement a conceptual metatextuality of a given work, post-manuality breaking with the modernist paradigm of art, multimedia nature, incorporating a performance, film and verbal text into the medium of photography used in an unusual way, the issue of a creative use of the nature-garden theme in experimental activities. As referred in the article the photo-media art by Natalia LL shows the artist as a deconstructing creator, a contemporary Eve who arranges the space of nature in a demiurgical way, arranging her feminine body in an artistic sign — and thus creates her self-reflexive and feminist compositions. At the same time, the text focuses on the pioneering nature and perversity of this art, as Natalia LL provocatively toys with the archetypal nature-garden, keeps a modernist individualism and longing for metaphysics, ironic ambiguity, and humour of a simple message.
ISBN: 9788322632635
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