Kūnas veidrodyje – "ne čia ir ne ten"

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Kūnas veidrodyje – "ne čia ir ne ten"
Alternative Title:
Body in the mirror - ‘not here and not there’
In the Journal:
Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis [AAAV]. 2016, t. 80/81, p. 43-53. Kūnas: ne laiku ir be vietos
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Reikšminiai žodžiai: Veidrodis; Atspindys; Interjeras; Psichė; Lėlių namai; Mirror; Reflection; Interior; Cheval; Glass; Doll’s house.
Keywords:
LT
Atspindys; Interjeras; Lėlių namai; Psichė; Veidrodis.
EN
Cheval; Doll’s house; Glass; Interior; Mirror; Reflection.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje aptariamas veidrodžio atspindžio daromas poveikis žmogaus kūnui bei jo gyvenamajam interjerui. Siekiama atskleisti, kaip veidrodis keičia kūno sampratą, kaip tualetinės paskirties veidrodžių konstrukcijos yra susijusios su kūno vizualumu. Pristatomos baroko epochoje vyravusių meno ir architektūros idėjų adaptacijos gyvenamajame interjere ir veidrodžių vaidmuo jose. Aptariamos interjero veidrodžių funkcijos, jų pritaikymas sukultūrintos gamtos aplinkoje – dvaro parke. Atkreipiamas dėmesys į vaikų ir žaidimų istorijas, kaip alternatyvaus šaltinio, veidrodžių tyrime galimybes. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe history of the mirror has not been written in Li thuania yet. This ‘multidimensional’ object opens many possibilities for interpretation and interdisciplinary research. This paper aims to present a research on the mirror used as a medium to convey visual information. The mirror changed the concept of the human body and the space around the onlooker’s body, i.e. the interior. Because of the looking glass, the distance between the person and his/her body disappeared. The mirror became the first ‘reliable’ witness of body forms – before that people used to rely on each other’s perception. The body was the primary space in the mirror for an eye to discover and explore – for the first time the viewer could perceive his/her own image as a whole: including the face, the back of the body and the profile. These new discoveries in ‘geography of the body’ were relevant to improvements in mirror manufacturing; they also prompted the changes in the construction and form of the mirror. Another object of interest seen in the mirror from a new perspective was the interior behind the observer’s back. In the 17th century the technology to produce larger-size mirrors was invented. Since then the mirror has become an integral part of the interior with several different functions. Mirrors were used to manipulate the interior space according to the principles of Baroque art. They were used to create the impression of light, space and luxury for the indoors, reflect fireworks and water cascades in the park of the manor house and create a scenery of the park in the interior. These functions made mirrors one of the indispensable household items of daily use – their popularity is witnessed by historical photography and toy imitations of real households and interiors, i.e. dolls’ houses. [From the publication]

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1392-0316
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2019-01-05 16:18:21
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