Tag: fantastic art
Furthermore, history reminds us of the struggle of Frank Kafka, special Jewish, who in building their story The Bridge located on its central character, but unveiled a hidden threat, because the visible is not always synonymous known. The troubled and anguished existence of this celebrated writer is reflected in the ironic pessimism that pervades his work, which describes a style that ranges from stricter fantastic realism, since the symbols present in its distinctive narrative put into the everyday reality distortion that can reveal your own deeper inconsistency, a method that has come to be considered special and literary contradiction. Disarming the structures of language, logic and conventional systems of consciousness was one of the aims of the vanguard of the early twentieth century. The accepted belief that the world makes sense is subverted and replaced by a world where words and actions can be completely contradictory. However, what is proposed is not so much nonsense as a perpetual extension of meaning, but to show hidden and bitter reality that underlies the idea of happiness and comfort of the lifestyle of modern society.
3 What we have built has been raised by the concept evolved or not, we have similar things that surround us. Today's society is immersed in a mottled dark and misunderstood concept of what of what we are made. Piet Mondrian, the father of abstract art simplified and artistic avant-garde who brought to its conclusion challenged the artists to come to say "I undressed the canvas, your task now is to re-dress." The way conceived and structured the universal concept of similar things done through creative or artistic is always flexible and is in our minds where his versatility and malleability. Counter is not disrespect. Questioning is not to deny. Then walk the fine line of the absurd and fantastic. "My field," says Goethe, is the time.
"Here the word absurd. What is, in fact, the absurd man? Who, without negating it, does nothing for the eternal. Not that it is strange nostalgia but he prefers his courage and his reasoning. The first teaches him to live without appeal and thus has the second, he shows his limits. Assured of his temporally limited freedom, of rebellion and its dead- mortal consciousness, he continues his adventure in his life time. It is his field, it is his action, which transfer all understanding but his own. April 1 Aristotle. Poetics. Monte Avila Editores Latinoamericana. 2 Cappelletti, Angel J . Author of the book's foreword Aristotle's Poetics. Monte Avila Editores Latinoamericana. 3 Microsoft Student with Encarta 2009. Article: Theater of the Absurd. 4 Camus, Albert. The myth of Sisyphus. Buenos Aires. Editorial Losada, 1963.