|Title:||Insichreflektiertsein : self – reflection through philosophy and art|
|Authors:||Škrapić, Josipa (Author)|
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|Files:|| Josipa_Skrapic.pdf (1,43 MB)|
Josipa_Skrapic.zip (64,33 MB)
|Work type:||Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)|
|Tipology:||2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis|
|Organization:||AU - School of Arts|
|Abstract:||Self – reflection is treated through philosophical works which were interpreted and reinterpreted for the concept of the installation. Different approaches to it, separating and explaining emotions, feeling them and comprehension of feeling emotions. The approach to consciousness and reflection within is continued in the representation of some artist's works and importance of arts for human cognitive growth in general. Both segments, philosophical and artistic one come together in the part where we are led to the presentation of the installation Insichreflektiertsein, a name coming from Hegel meaning self-reflected within.|
|Keywords:||self-reflection, philosophy, openwork, conceptual art, land art, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Rudolf Arnheim, Antonio Damasio, Gordana Škorić, Nancy Holt, Group OHO, Dragana Sapanjoš, installation|
|Year of publishing:||2019|
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