Our contribution wants to deepen four aspects of the artistic experience: a) Art is a “language” and, as such, it shares characteristics, conditions and potentialities of all other languages. Therefore, we can consider it as a special type of “communication”; b) In particular, and perhaps even in a stronger way, artistic communication is based on use of “pieces” of reality (objects, concepts, shapes, sounds, movements, etc.) associated with the idea that they «can be seen as expressing, or representing something else» (Griswold 1994, trad. it. 1997, p. 25); c) Artistic communication appears as a phenomenon with strong relational implications: artwork is born as necessity to restore a non-superficial link between people; d) This particular urgency of sociability takes form in a typical communicative dynamic able to be “translated” in a totally own way, easily crossing linguistic barriers of any particular culture. Examples of empirical applications of these principles in a particular intercultural context, (the Bologna's prison) are shown.
|Titolo:||Intercultural potential of artistic communication|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|