Crno bele fotografije i još po nešto

Kolaž na Srpski način/Collage on Serbian way

— Autor kalicoka @ 22:41

Slika napravljena lepljenjem delova papira ili fotografija. SYN. Montaža. Kreacija umetničkog dela lepljenjem oblikovanih komada štampanog materijala i drugih materijala na površinu. Kompozicija. Korišćenje materijala bilo koje vrste - komadi novina, tapeta, materijala za šivenje.. itd. - zalepljene na kanvas ili neku drugu površinu, obično u kombinaciji sa slikanim ili crtanim elementima, tehnika koju su prvi koristili kubisti i dadaisti. Svrha nije bila samo dekorativna, već i da pruži vizuelnu stimulaciju kontrastom ili harmonijom prave substance materije sa naslikanom površinom.

Dadaisti su razvili ideju do asortimana suprotnih objekata i time proizveli veoma upadljiv i genijalan efekat, kao Kurt Schwitterove "kompozicije" autobuskih karata i drugih cudnih materijala i objekata. Max Ernst je dodao veoma čudan nadrealizam sastavljajući različite isečke i graviranog drvća iz 19. veka, postupkom koji se može porediti sa montažom u fotografiji. On je takodje izumeo "frotaz" sto jednostavno znači dodatak dizajnu trljanjem o neku neravnu površinu i reprodukovanjem nepravilnosti i texture.

 

Picture made by sticking together pieces of paper or photographs; SYN. montage. Creation of an artistic work by pasting shaped scraps of printed matter and other materials to a surface; such a composition.  Use of materials of any kind—pieces of newspaper, wallpaper, fabric, etc.—stuck on a canvas or other surface, usually in conjunction with a painted or drawn element of design, a technique first used by Cubist and Dadaist artists. The purpose, as in the Cubist still life of Braque and Picasso (the first artists to use collage), was not only decorative, but also to provide a visual stimulant by the contrast or harmony of a real material substance with a painted surface. 

The Dadaists extended the idea to any assortment of incongruous objects, fortuitously producing some striking or ingenious effect, such as Kurt Schwitter’s “compositions” of bus tickets and other odds and ends. Max Ernst gave it a surrealist weirdness by fitting together incongruous cuttings from 19th-century wood-engravings, a process which may be compared with the photographer’s “montage”. He also invented “frottage”, which simply meant the addition to a design of a rubbing taken from some uneven surface and reproducing its irregularities and texture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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