Science – Future of Lithuania / Mokslas – Lietuvos Ateitis, Vol 4, No 2 (2012)

Spatial, Temporal and Social Dimensions of the Landscape Influenced by Contemporary Art

Evita Alle


The framework of this paper identifies various areas affected by the contemporary art practice in cultural landscape. Artistic practice in the landscape introduces new experiences to spectators. The author of this research explores what kinds of places are created by the contemporary art and whether it contributes to making new places. The research examines the identifying process of some features in creating the approach of dynamic landscape, and is carried out in accordance with the methodology of analysis.

An approach of critical spatial practice proposed by Jane Rendell is explored through understanding the trialectical thinking. The research incorporates three parts: the spatial, temporal and social being for understanding nexus between an artwork and its settings. Expression means of artworks are analyzed in making the spatial analysis and clarifying the main features of connection. Among other indicators, cognition, place conception, context, refuge, connections, experience and temporality have been studied profoundly to understand the factors possibly influencing the landscape change.

Article in: English

Article published: 2012-05-11

Keyword(s): cultural landscape; critical spatial practice; connections; dynamic landscape

DOI: 10.3846/mla.2012.31

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