Olga V. Rumyantseva
Kostroma State University
Nadezhda E. Repina
Kostroma State University
Elena N. Borisova
Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A. L. Stieglitz
Rumyantseva O. V., Repina N. E., Borisova E. N. Illusion and reality: the problem of involving the viewer in the artistic space. Technologies & Quality. 2022. No 4(58). P. 46–51. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.34216/2587-6147-2022-4-58-46-51.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.34216/2587-6147-2022-4-58-46-51
УДК: 7.75.03
Publish date: 2022-11-23
Annotation: The article shows the evolution of the “exit” of the illusory world from the plane of a wall or painting into real space. One of the most important problems of fine art is the creation of a new world on the plane of a painting or wall. From the point of view of classical art, the pictorial world should be identified with the present as plausibly as possible. For this purpose, direct and light-air perspectives are traditionally used. In addition, the illusory space is filled with certain symbols and signs that create the effect of recognition and acceptance by the viewer of the depicted world. Physically, a person will never be able to overcome the plane of the picture. However, modernism and postmodernism provided art with new artistic techniques and expressive means. Due to the fact that any object can be considered an artistic object, and a person is a creator, the illusory space expands not only figuratively, but also literally. In addition to traditional, modern art uses new psychological techniques and digital technologies, due to which the line between the depicted and the real worlds is finally erased. The authors analyze how the world of fine art begins to claim the role of the present, and a person instead of a spectator becomes a participant.
Keywords: space, reality, perspective, illusion, object, spectator, art, interaction
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Author's info: Olga V. Rumyantseva, Kostroma State University, Kostroma, Russia, olga_rumyanceva@icloud.com, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4209-5816
Co-author's info: Nadezhda E. Repina, Kostroma State University, Kostroma, Russia, repina.65@list.ru, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0134-8397
Co-author's info: Elena N. Borisova, Saint Petersburg State Academy of Art and Design named after A. L. Stieglitz, Saint Petersburg, Russia, borisoffa@mail.ru, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5898-4474