Chornet Roig, Jaime; Gómez Haro, Leonardo
[EN] Other kind of Fallas are possible. This idea encouraged us to accept the proposal made from Comissió de la Falla Avd. Tarongers-Universitat Politècnica-Camí de Vera to Department of Sculpture, which was to create their children’s Falla 2013. That assignment was assumed, from our teaching and researching field, as an opportunity to think about a fact that was absolutely unattended by Fine Arts studies, but however, so close to sculpture in public space, we think. This relationship is not only close in those matters concerning to technical solutions for big sculptures but also in those facts involving folk festivals, community,...
Pérez García, Elías Miguel; Peris Manguillot, Alfredo
[EN] The communication shows the methodology and results of the research project funded within the call for new lines of multidisciplinary research of “Programa de Apoyo a la investigación y desarrollo de la U.P.V. (PAIDH05H12), Reference: AP20120570. Principal investigator: Elías M. Pérez García Throughout the entire history of art, science and technology have formed part of the same innovative force and wealth of their interaction has contributed to integral human progress. The importance of mathematics in artistic creation can be traced from the origin of art itself. At present there is a wide field of research in art and mathematics,...
Guillén Ramón, José Manuel; Del Saz Barragán, Miriam
[EN] The cold rolled steel plate is offered as alternative support in lithographic procedures, intaglio and relief, for its qualities and its expressive possibilities. The term “Steelgraphy, is a new term that we call this new procedure. Etymologically derived from the words "steel” and "graphein".
In the field of printmaking, artists and researchers have continually sought new opportunities to enrich the graphic language and facilitate imaging. Currently we can see the profound changes in the graphic work, both in terms of technical and conceptual and expressive factors. In 2000, in collaboration with Daniel Manzano, professor of the National School of Plastic...
Molina Alarcón, Miguel
[EN] Although the relationship between Arts and Mathematics has occurred throughout history reciprocal, however since the nineteenth century and preferably in the period of historical avantgardes of the early twentieth century, was created at the same time, an approach as a rejection between the two disciplines, which would be reflected through different polarities: Art Science, figuration-abstraction, Intuition-determinism, Visible-Invisible, Virtual-Real, Emotion-Reason, etc. All this manifested itself in the vanguard in a very clear way of artists who served based on mathematical principles or geometry works, which were on the other side rejected by a large part of the society of his...
Martínez Ballester, José Juan
[EN] The second meaning of the ‘grafito’ entry in the dictionary of the RAE says: "Writing or drawing made by hand in the ancient monuments." This reveals a fact that just seen, turns out to be classic, namely the entrenched interests of the human being to intervene where others try to impose their criteria: aesthetic, political, territorial, etc. If from positions of power, statuary part of viewing and taxation, there has always been another consistent work in appropriating, minorizarlo, and even ridicule from the more pedestrian and accessible places of ordinary people, either those mentioned graffiti, literaturizados the leaflets, or...
López Fernández, Santiago
[EN] In this research we analyze the role of the piezoelectric microphone in use on long strings metal instruments and everyday objects turned into sound devices which we call here idiófonos objects. It is taken as reference papers by Terry Fox and Paul Panhuysen that deal with installations and sound actions with long ropes without contact microphone and works of other authors who use it to convert objects into instruments designed to create sound concerts.
Valdaliso Casanova, Teresa; López Poquet, Josepa
[EN] For many centuries, the man has tried to capture what he visually perceived through painting or sculpting, in the most possible realistic way. Apart from the field of the Fine Arts, various philosophers, scientists and inventors have developed a wonderful world of gadgets and optical toys, the predecessors of cinematography, using progressively different discoveries of each age, in terms of geometrical optics , visual perception, lenses and mirrors , perspective, etc...; projecting or refracting light rays , inventing devices, cameras and magic lanterns that showed the real world, even managing to generate experiences of “virtual reality” through built stages...
Rodríguez Mattalia, María Lorena; Albelda Raga, José Luís; López de Frutos, Estela; Sgaramella, Chiara
[EN] This paper presents the results of Inner Nature, an initiative launched in October 2014 within a wider cultural
project organized by the Polytechnic University of Valencia and centred on the study of the relationship between
art, nature and contemplation. Its objective is to investigate how a dialogue among video art, ecological
thinking and contemplation can be established through an international exhibition enabling the largest
possible dissemination of the works with a minimal environmental impact. The use of the video – since its
origins a cheap and user-friendly device – creates a fundamental change in our relationship with the moving
image, which becomes accessible, easy to...
TORRES DE HUERTAS, JOSÉ GERMÁN
[EN] This proposal, designed for the option of artistic production, is a reactive audiovisual installation, which enables an approximation to three issues. On the one hand contemplates the invisibility through physical optical paraxials; on the other reflects on the difficulties inherent in our perception and its possible manipulation in the construction of imaginaries, through the distortion of the projection of the figure of the spectator; and also deals with the change of plane between the real and the virtual, transfering the spectator from one to another level, whose separation today are still questioning specialists in Media Art as Claudia Gianetti...
Gayet Valls, Javier
[EN] We have live in a turn of the century in which the rules of the game have changed as far as photography and photographic production is concerned, due in part to the democratization of existing electronic devices, digital photo capture and development of the Internet as space exhibition or publication. Likewise, the proliferation of new and different forms of self-portrait in the cyber-virtual environment, raises a new formal, conceptual and definitional paradigm linked to the history of the image or art theory. The selfie, which we define here as self portrait photographed with a digital device for the later...
Martínez Barragán, Carlos
[EN] The qualities of the digital imagen is generated from imitate the textural qualities of perceptual image, leading software creators to turn to history image (photography, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography) to increase the potential for manipulation of the images because in this story are many examples that this relationship between the tactile identification of the image and its representation. Digital imagen, in its various forms of production and display, supposedly goes to the "pure" visuality. However, the development of the applications and the ways in which it is displayed tell us otherwise. It is true that not all digital images...
Abarca Martínez, Inmaculada
[EN] In the paradoxical confluence between "real" and "virtual" words, we determined influence the relationship posed words like "structure" and "system" as terminologies related to both and, by referring to the sculptural field, we serve to establish links with the process of artistic creation. The universe is a harmonic resonance system in which all parties and harmonize with each other, in whole cosmos match. Focusing on the mission of art, the artist's goal is then to reveal the harmonies underlying reality and the senses can not perceive. At present the artists show creative processes based on the similarities between the...
ARAUJO SANTOS, ERIEL DE
[EN] We discuss the importance and meaning of a surface or material means with regard to interpretations and artistic strategies used nowadays. Since the emergence and development increasingly operative and efficient for digital imaging systems, there are, in parallel, a large and significant range of investigations of material resources, for the update is made by a certain materiality. We note then, that artistic practices are always in contact with a material medium, whether for image views is for experiments in modes of production and symbolic choices, expressive, interpretative or even adjustments to non-art systems
Rial Zamudio, Sabela
[EN] Photography, like any system of representation, creates a reality mediated by the subjectivity of its maker. With similar attitude to the adopted by the painter, facing the white canvas, the photographer adjusts the framework in order to fits this portion of reality that interests you to capture. Similarly, the journalist's eye, the editor's hand or the publishers' criteria are responsible for the construction of the media image and the discourse generated around it, traced and conveyed through its foundational ideological framework. If we assume that truth is generated like any other consumption product, any information transmited by the mass...
Salas Acosta, Luz Marina; Sáez Pradas, Fernando
[EN] The group named HUMG950 (COPA) "COntemporaneidad y PAtrimonio" –Contemporaneity and Legacy- has promoted the scientific dissemination sessions "Fotografía: COntemporaneidad y PAtrimonio" –Photography: Contemporaneity and Legacy-, funded by the University of Seville and for the purpose of starting one of the group's research topics: connecting contemporaneity and legacy. Due to the social and economic situation in our country, photography was never adknowledged by the Spanish establishment or collections. Photography in Spain had less opportunities than it had in countries in our area, which is the reason why collection is a fairly new discipline and there is such a small number...
Ruschel Nascimento Garcez, Luciane
[EN] This paper intends to think about time / image in the work of the French artist Hubert Duprat, with the help of the theoretical Georges DidiHHuberman. At the invitation of the curator Isabel Grasset, from the Archaeological Museum Henri Prades, in Montpellier, at the Lattara archaeological site, the artist decides to interact with what is presented in the museum, the archaeological site that extends in front of the museum, and the space of the museum in an exhibition in 2013. This interaction work / space is given by the materiality of the oeuvre, the structure that he created and...
Marcos Martínez, Carmen; Llop, Javier; Garriga, Rocío
[EN] The great impact of information technologies and social networks have irreversibly changed our way of being in the world, to live it. Art has received and accepted this change. For decades, dazzled by the brilliance of new technologies, art has been produced focusing more on the medium itself than in the aim. Perhaps we are in a better position to assess this surfeit of new media, and remember that what matters is the artistic expression, innate in humans, and of course the quality of expression itself. In front of the categorical dichotomy of the real and the virtual we...
Bocanegra Cifuentes, Melvy; Castillo Rincón, Diana; Garzón García, Marcela; Romero Sanchez, Monica
[EN] As an artists collective we have participate in the National Program of Visual Arts Creation Laboratories in Colombia. These are nonIformal educational spaces to exchange knowledge and experiences around both academic (from universities), traditional and community art practices. Our focus has been the combination of both practices in diverse communities, as we work with artists, teachers from different disciplines, managers, social workers, community mothers, people with disabilities, caregivers, family and other community agents.
This has meant that we constantly review the social incidence responsibility in the educational process, the capability of agency, creative and critical dialogue with different people and...
ANDRÉS EJARQUE, LAURA MARÍA; Asensi Muñoz, Rosa; Llamas Pacheco, Rosario
[EN] The implementation of active learning methods in the classroom becomes crucial in learning the conservation and restoration of cultural property. For contemporary works development practices focused on the restoration of royal works has become the engine for achieving various dimensions of competence, such as development of teamwork, the capacity for critical analysis or independent learning. We present one of the intervention processes carried out in the classroom, directed and supervised, but we think it has, in addition to achieving specific, skills development contributed transversal competences.
The work at hand is made from plaster, acetate sheets, needles and thread and had...
Meneu Oset, Juan Ignacio
[EN] When we talk about animation, probably many people remember some images of the great Disney Studios production. However, the animation is an art that began as a mere visual trick. Such art has been changing and adapting to each moment in history. Technical research in this field has evolved so much that today it is difficult to distinguish a virtual, digital, and animated image of a real image. From the beginning, animated films have tried to imitate reality. And fiction films have used animation to recreate effects, situations or fantasy characters to feel real. In this way, the images...