Silva dos Santos, Fabiane
[EN] In this article we address the relationship between artistic languages dialogue from traditional craft techniques and the process of virtualization of it from the latest art forms in the network and its unfolding in new media will, as in the case of mobile applications. Present some artistic experiences that dialogue with these techniques and the different media and presentation vehicles.
Maluli César, Marina
[EN] Based on the hypothesis that any artistic work features its own genesis, we will try to show in this paper some links established between the interaction of colors and the listening of sounds. For this, we will make an analysis of the White& Paintings& of Robert Rauschenberg and the visual appearance of some editions of 4'33” and 0'00" of John Cage. The methodology we propose is based in some different theories of color interactions from W. Goethe and Joseph Albers that explain tensive aspects and the relations between the extensity and intensity dimensions which are responsible for the meaning...
Marín García, Teresa
[EN] Within the II International Conference of Research on Visual Arts organised by ANIAV a discussion panel has been proposed in order to talk about different points of view with regard to concepts and doings on present artistic research. The debate will take place as a transversal and complementary way to the Conference’s topic. It will aim to deal with questions that can derive from different ways of understanding what is real or virtual within artistic research processes. As a departure point, we have asked participants in the discussion to help us to identify whats and hows considered necessaries to...
López-Aparicio Pérez, Isidro
[EN] The paper addresses the questions that currently face the circulation, dissemination and in particular the evaluation of artistic research (art research through art practice and art practice as research). It brings together different perspectives from the university about the aspects concerned in the assessment and the implemented criteria in a way that it allow to rethinking and transforming the formats imposed by so-called "academic capitalism". That’s for the development of appropriate tools for this mode of knowledge production. Taking in consideration the art ecosystem. Critical analyses of the different aspects that come into play in assessing processes artistic research...
Manzano Aguila, José Daniel
[EN] When we talk about research, usually daily, or academic circumstances force us to think for a cultural or educational issue in the various fields of the hard sciences or social sciences or even in the humanities, but hardly in art H either plastic, visual, music, theater, film, poetry, etc., or I mean the graphic design and communication visually, because industrial design linked to architecture, he likes bandear between science and the arts. You can even speak of research and include studies in art history, aesthetics and philosophy of art, although these disciplines livelihoods and matter in which base their...
Vergara Vázquez, Mari Nieves
[EN] Through art history, the kaleidoscopic image has had a very strong presence at the numerous configurations at the decorative arts of different periods and cultures, considering the garden’s compositive structure as one of the oldest heterotopias, according to Foucault. The kaleidoscopic image reiterates the same motif, composing itself in the manner of a meta-image, which is created from a whole consisting on an identical pattern conjunction. The observer, in front of its image, does not know which one is the original fragment –or reflection– and which are the copies. Its opening is virtual, so it works as a fragmented...
[en] This text is an approach to a complex and specific discussion of research in art, which is the one about the contradictions arising from the use of the scientific method as the basis of legitimacy of a knowledge (textual, academic and multidisciplinary), that is heavily pierced by contemporary theory of knowledge criticism. In this sense, the debate takes the form of an epistemological, ontological and methodological shock, in an area where the scientific method based on the positivist paradigm and the concept of knowledge (of works of art as an object of knowledge) live together as a symbolic and...
GARCÍA GONZÁLEZ, MARÍA DOLORES
[EN] There is no doubt that the new technologies have changed the way we look at the world. The “democratization of the image”, as Augustine and Thomas Domingo and Lydia Feitó have said, one hand allows us to share trends, products and tastes, offering the possibility of finding a different and unique identity, on the other hand, it makes us more homogeneous and equal, causing all kinds of stereotypical elements to appear in all kinds of people. Today it is almost impossible not to be affected by the influence of projected images in various media, the influence is further enhanced...
González Vida, María Reyes; Marcellán Barace, Idoia; Arriaga Azkarate, Amaia
[EN] How do young people relate to the aesthetic and artistic knowledge? How does school knowledge affect their construction as producers of visual culture? On wich other knowledges, not purely academic, do they base their productions outside the classroom? What educational value do non-school spaces provide? To respond these questions, this article pays attention to the activity of young people as producers of visual culture. The study is part of the research project "Youth as Visual Culture Producers: Artistic Skills and Knowledge in Secondary Education" (EDU 2009G13 12) which argues the enormous gap between school and non-school contexts, and concludes...
Escuder Viruete, Joaquín
[EN] Until the early twentieth century the object is conceived in art (represented or integrated) in a space, a place (in the
words of Pierre Francastel), since we witness an ongoing paradigm shift due to changes at work in visual orders,
both in perception and artistic practice. These changes have accelerated technological revolutions in both
production and communication of images in spreading the art object, so have opened new approaches to
representation, adding an optical relationship rather than haptic by the subject in the art. Consequently, the hegemonic
physical presence of the object in art as leitmotif in the past, is now attending its dissolution,...
Cancio Ferruz, Arturo
[EN] The title of this paper paraphrases an idea from Deleuze5 . In effect, art appears as an absence from the present culture we are sinked in. Different calls proliferate, requiring art to be present under conditions that make artistic practice be within the realm of possibility, but really far from being actual. Art needs a dimensionality impossible to be conceived by the “royal deployments of Empire (that) guarantee the contingency becomes a necessity and does not descend into disorder”6 . Public and private institutions present their programmes of artistic creativity, that imply being subjected to some values, that are...
Mateo Hidalgo, Javier
[EN] In Spain, the influence of European avant-garde movements produced a break of the artistic canon established, being nowadays considered as one of the most fruitful periods of our culture. This period, comprised between 1910 and 1936, the starting year of the Spanish Civil War, after which this period would be stopped. Currently, to know how these innovative proposals had place is highly relevant. These proposals allowed the artistic development in Spain and becoming crucial for this country, as well as for the rest of Europe. In 1895, the cinema’s invention by the Lumière brothers caused the appearance of creators...
Sánchez Rubio, Dionisio
[EN] Speculative design can be used to promote changes that have not yet taken place or imagine possible scenarios which could materialize from a critical perspective. In other fields, such as architecture, speculation and fictional proposals are accepted given that their capacity to reflect on future social or political conditions is recognized. In the field of graphic design, this type of approach is seen as a devaluation of the profession since it doesn't respond to a particular market sector, and therefore, is not recognized as being pragmatic, realistic or useful. Metahaven is one of the graphic design studios which has...
[EN] We investigated the issue raised by the art museums on documents of contemporary art, in particular the performance art. Our conceptual universe is based on the theory of the file from Schechner, Phelan, Taylor, and more recently Rebecca Schneider and Renato Cohen points of view. We support the idea of an ontology removed for performance and discuss the concepts of "presence" "relics of performance" and "repertoire".
Amado da Siva Garcia, Roseli
[EN] Knowing about the importance of the exercising of creative imagination, memory, aesthetic experience and human values in the process and in the formation of complex subjects, this paper aims to present and reflect on the results of my doctoral research, conducted in the 2005H2010 period, in Salvador H Bahia, Brazil. The research was developed from the setting and achievement of the pilot project Linha do Abraço, becoming collaborative environments and sharing of aestheticHartistic experiences directed to the art education, at the Modern Art Museum of Bahia H MAM BA and the Community Solar do Unhão. The methodology was used...
Corbí Sevilla, Hugo; Villanueva Marañon, Silvia
[EN] This paper presents part of the research developed within the “Grupo Interdisciplinario de Experimentación e Investigación en Escultura Sonora” (GIEIES) of the Faculty of Arts and Design at the “Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México”. The work includes examples of interaction and synergy in research in Arts and Sciences, including the disciplines of sculpture and geology. The sculptural process is also conceptualized within the geological concept “Rock Cycle”
[EN] This article presents the work in progress by members of the degrees in Visual Arts and Psychology at the Federal University of Santa Maria RS Brazil, which aims to promote, to create poetic speeches from the analytical depth of symbolism the first set of tarot cards: the Major Arcana. Within the framework of analytical psychology we discussed the archetypal representation of these letters, so they can contribute new elements in the creation of graphic pieces. Using technical procedures intaglio and woodcut engraving this alchemical practice becomes contemporary allowing the resumption of its historical past, resized to knowledge and new...
Ortega Moral, Raul
[EN] In the present communication we investigate about the principles of free culture applied to the production of work in the multidisciplinary artistic practice. The several works that we use to communicate are our own productions showed in PAM!2015, a collective exhibition made in the Centro del Carmen museum in Valencia. In the text, we explore several questions generated while creating, being awared of the principles of free culture (opposed to “permission culture” of copyright) between work, authorship and production concepts. We describe how useful is to have a series of licenses ensuring the production in free culture. Additionally, make...
Calderón García, Natalia
[EN] In my dissertation Irrumpir lo artístico, perturbar lo pedagógico: La Investigación Artística como espacio social de producción de conocimiento (2015) I make use of research tools such as audiovisual media to record a drawing encounter where the artist (Núria Güell), the curator (Oriol Fontdevila) and the researcher (me) reflected together about the ways of knowing around an art project production. During the edition of the video: En colaboración y conflicto. El trazo de nueve modos de conocer, I unveiled nine ways through which the project produced knowledge. And, based on these ways of knowing I ask myself: What social...
Etxebarria Madinabeitia, Izaskun
[EN] The change from a physical object consumerist society into a service and immaterial goods based one has generated multiple mutations in the social and economic scopes. In the same way, the artist roll has changed in the last decades from being an object producer to be a generator of immaterial content. This new paradigm has created the need to identify a new context and its transformed agents, the connection between them, and its interdependencies. Hyper-connectivity has become into one of the main features of this era. The constant communication between individuals has given room to the arising of dozens...