"My face at nighttime": the art of existential anxiety
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"My face at nighttime": the art of existential anxiety
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S0236-20070000616-8-1
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70-82
Abstract
The phenomenon of angst is interpreted as a fundamental anthropological state, as a way of Human's getting knowledge of himself implemented particu- larly in the space of art. Such species of fear as ontological horror and existen- tial anxiety get analysed for they induce an "estrangement effect", bring on a dramatic experience of alienation of the familiar and thereby hearten to create images. An artistic modeling of the existential experience in its variety of semantic and plastic forms is showed though the works of painting, literature, and cinema.
Keywords
ART, ANTHROPOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, FEAR, ANXIETY, ONTOLOGICAL HORROR, DEATH, EXISTENCE, CREATIVE MIND, ESTRANGEMENT
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01.02.2013
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