Land art i geograficzne haiku, czyli sztuka wiązania

Anna Nacher


Land art and geographical haiku, or the art of associations

The author analyses the practices of land art as the examples of transversality and multimodality that reach beyond the logics of representationalism, especially when the artwork is considered as the networked object including documentation, context of its production and the various instances of the auctorial paratexts. Such an investigation raises important questions pertaining to the very act of categorization what constitutes an artwork, but also to the experience of bodily movement through the space, with its nonlinearity, fragmentation and specific instances of embodiment. The main point of interest here are walk-based projects by Hamish Fulton (especially what has been dubbed as geographical haikus) and Richard Long, as well as the exhibition design and various forms of documentation accompanying the artwork.

Słowa kluczowe: transliterature, land art, transversality, multimodality, non-representationalist theory

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