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Authors: Misita, Filip
Issue Date: 2020
Abstract: The subject of this article is the analysis of Paul Klee’s artistic research methods, putting a particular focus on the interdisciplinary aspects of his entire artistic-theoretical-didactic work. The text brings the scope and diversity of Klee’s oeuvre closer and presents the methods based on different procedures of transposing painting and extracurricular concepts used to achieve fluidity in design. Starting from the avant-garde as a context, we set out the principle of rethinking the tradition present in all the efforts of the historical avant-garde, which has a unique function to produce a system in Klee’s work. The emphasis is on the paradox of the dividual-individual, the line through which the viewer as a subject is transposed into the virtual space of a painting. In the conclusion of the article, we identify Klee’s expressionism as atypical because of the language used as a constituent element of his work and point out the signifying strategies Klee uses to anticipate different phenomena in the art and culture of the 20th and 21st century.
Type: article
DOI: 10.46793/LIPAR71.155M
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