Types of aesthetic perception (by Władysław Tatarkiewicz) applied to the passive and active expression of exhibited text



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Faculty of Arts

Description This paper discusses contrast between two different characters of an exposition and the use of written text. First exposition is called How to Save a Statue and a Book and second one Art of Kitsch. Secondly this paper describes attitudes and means which were used by curators during creating texts for these expositions. For our purpose it will be necessary to limit expert analysis of these procedures by using theoretical frame of philosopher and aesthetician Władysław Tatarkiewicz, who had analysed several types of an aesthetic perceptions. In his book named Skupienie i marzenie are defined two aesthetic possibilities of perceiving the world, I. e. concentration and dreaming (reverie).
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