Reflections on Deleu...

The Deleuzeian rhizome theory states that the knowledge about the world is acquired freely and independently through a process of multiple non-hierarchical structures of representation and interpretation, without any particular beginning or end point. It means that an idea should not have a...

Robert Rauschenberg’...

Robert Rauschenberg’s Cardboards as an extension of Dadaist’s Practice. Before the cardboard inspired Robert Rauschenberg’s creative senses to use it as a leading medium for his artistic explorations, the material itself had its own creative past. The history of cardboard as an utilitarian...

Hopper’s Concept of ...

Hopper’s Concept of Self-Representation Reflected in the Metaphysical Realism of the Space in his Paintings. An artist writes their biographies with the creative imagery and forms of their own creativities. Through the intellectual content and intimate lexicality of depicted scenes the artist...

Van Dongen: A Fauve ...

“Van Dongen: A Fauve in the City.” The reputation of Paris as a leading center of important economic, socio-political and cultural changes was already well established in European social circles at the beginning of the twentieth century. The booming industrialization inspired various economic...

Mirror: A Psychologi...

“Mirror: A Psychological Door to the Otherness of Self.” Mirror as a charming and mysterious object begun to be used by humans approximately from the beginning of six thousands years BC. The first traces of the object used as mirror were made from the obsidian,[1] which were found in...

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