Scenografės XX a. II p.-XXI a. pr. Lietuvos teatre

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Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Scenografės XX a. II p.-XXI a. pr. Lietuvos teatre
Alternative Title:
Female stenographers in Lithuanian theatre of the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century
In the Journal:
Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis [AAAV]. 2011, t. 62, p. 177-192. Moters savastis dailėje
Pripažinimas; Revizuojamas objektas; Skirtingos kartos; Kostiumas be kūno.
Appreciation; Revised object; Different generations; Costume without a body.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje tyrinėjamas teatro dailininkių įsitvirtinimas Lietuvos teatre nuo XX a. vidurio iki šių dienų. Išskiriamas naujas dailininkių požiūris j tradicijas suformavusią kostiumo sritį, siekiama išsiaiškinti, kuo tapo dailininkės, kai kostiumui suteikė gyvos dekoracijos funkciją. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe theatre reforms and social changes have opened theatres for female artists. Female artists of Lithuanian theatre have been actively included into the list of scenography creators since the 5th decade of the previous century. They are opening up broader possibilities for their creative self-expression, for familiarisation with creative space, which possesses own, specific social and professional regulations. Cognition and acknowledgement started with testing of confidence in the collective. Female creators, who chose the theatre in the soviet times, understood the new requirements, acknowledged the difficulties and evaluated them as a necessity deriving from the profession, as needs of collective art. The first lessons of collective art had an effect on acknowledgement and creative search. Female artists found their place in the theatre creating a general attitude towards traditions of theatre art. They have been creating a new function of the theatre costume. The costume is detached from the body, presents the role of encoded reality, marks the extreme efforts of sub-consciousness, constructs 'system of secondary meanings' and abstracts sensual skills. Thus, they have become directing creative process initiators that investigate social margins, creators of authors theatre, who are in search for close creative contact not only with the partners of creation but also with spectators and who legitimate themselves in the theatre not due to the competition with male artists. [From the publication]

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