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CONFERENCE : ART ET ARCHITECTURE, SCENOGRAPHIE POUR L'HOMME

Cultural ,  Historic ,  Lecture in Carcassonne

  • Since the dawn of time, two accomplices, the artist and the architect, have invited visitors to escape to a chosen space — their work — and appeal to our senses. In the 19th century, photographers and filmmakers joined them, in turn offering a setting, angle of view, dances of light and shadow. Today, in a progression so natural that it goes unnoticed, immersion in the work of art is dressed in digital music and 3D representations: daily interlocutors of lovers of Culture and heritage. The...
    Since the dawn of time, two accomplices, the artist and the architect, have invited visitors to escape to a chosen space — their work — and appeal to our senses. In the 19th century, photographers and filmmakers joined them, in turn offering a setting, angle of view, dances of light and shadow. Today, in a progression so natural that it goes unnoticed, immersion in the work of art is dressed in digital music and 3D representations: daily interlocutors of lovers of Culture and heritage. The result is a fiction of the present, the past or the hoped-for future. A perspective that suggests individual freedom by the confusion stimulated between reality and virtuality. Seductive, of course, where the imagination — an invitation to the journey of the possible — nevertheless risks being reduced to a determined path. There remains however the obligatory passage of an airlock: the “mondo inverso” staying in the dark room or projected by the mirror, today transposed in the evaluation of a dependence of our acts subjected to the fiction. The man detects his destiny there or at least he lingers on an introspection that this meeting offers him. At the essence of Humanism. However, recently, the space afforded to the spectator-actor has been reduced to the dimension of a keyhole in which to slide his eye: the smartphone screen. Without forgetting of course to adjust the earpiece in the hollow of the ear ... Can we therefore, again, prejudge Art that it is based on a connivance between perspective and scenography?
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