Departmental Bulletin Paper 「アートプロジェクト」の美的評価 : その理論的モデルを求めて ② グラント・ケスター『カンヴァセーション・ピーシズ』における「対話の美学」
Evaluating “Art Project” Aesthetically : A Survey of Prior Attempts 2: “Dialogical Aesthetics” in Conversation Pieces by Grant H. Kester
アートプロジェクト ノ ビテキ ヒョウカ ソノ リロンテキ モデル ヲ モトメテ 2 グラント ケスター カンヴァセーション ピーシズ ニ オケル タイワ ノ ビガク

田中, 均  ,  Tanaka, Hitoshi  ,  タナカ, ヒトシ

3pp.55 - 69 , 2018-03-30 , 大阪大学COデザインセンター
This article examines “dialogical art practices” and “dialogical aesthetics” as their analytical framework discussed in Conversation Pieces (2004, 2013) by art historian Grant H. Kester, in order to develop insights into the aesthetic experience in “art projects.” In “dialogical art practices,” dialogue (conversation) constitutes an integral part of a work. The “dialogical aesthetics” is defined from two points of view: The first defines art as an open space, in which certain questions and analyses are accepted, that would not be tolerated in elsewhere: The second links aspects of aesthetic experience that have been marginalized in the avant-garde traditions (future-oriented time sense, spatial imagination for understanding social and environmental systems, dialogical and collaborative encounter with others). I apply Kester’s theory to the aesthetic experience in art project and identify “the reverse of figure and ground”: In art projects, dialogical process (or sympathetic imagination of a dialogue that has not been directly experienced by the spectator) is the main object of aesthetic experience, while the work itself is an infrastructure to enable that experience.

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