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Narrative

Latest update : 4 May 2007.

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  • Italian definition

    4 maggio 2007, di Pierre Couprie

    Narrativa
    Nella prima met√ degli anni Ottanta, parallelamente all’apparizione degli strumenti numerici, molte pratiche - nelle arti visive, nella danza, nella musica elettroacustica – le cui opere fino a quel momento erano state considerate astratte, hanno cominiciato ad dimostrare interesse per le forme narrative. Considerando che qualsiasi opera pu√≤ essere accompagnata da una documentazione del proprio processo produttivo, √® stato sufficiente incorporare alle opere una (...)

  • German definition

    17 February 2007, by Pierre Couprie

    Narrativ

  • French definition

    3 December 2006, by Pierre Couprie

    Récit
    Dans la premi√®re moiti√© des ann√©es 80, parall√®lement √ l’apparition des outils num√©riques, de nombreuses pratiques signifiantes - art visuel, danse, musique √©lectroacoustique - dont les œuvres avaient √©t√© caract√©ris√©s comme abstraites ont acquis un int√©r√™t plus explicite pour les diverses formes de r√©cit. En consid√©rant qu’une œuvre peut √™tre un document explicite sur sa fabrication, il suffit de franchir une petite √©tape pour y incorporer des (...)

  • Spanish definition

    10 August 2006, by Rob Weale

    Narrativa
    Simult√°neamente con la amplia disponibilidad de herramientas digitales a comienzos y mediados de la d√©cada del 80, muchas pr√°cticas significantes -artes visuales, danza, m√ļsica electroac√ļstica- que hab√≠an sido caracterizadas durante alg√ļn tiempo como obras "abtsractas" autorreflexivas, comenzaron a mostrar un inter√©s m√°s expl√≠cito por diversas formas de narrativa. Desde el reconocimiento de que una obra puede documentar expl√≠citamente su propia realizaci√≥n, hay un (...)

  • English definition

    6 January 2005, by Rob Weale

    Simultaneously with the widespread availability of digital tools in the early-mid 1980s, many signifying practices - visual arts, dance, electroacoustic music - which had for some time been characterised by self-reflexive ’abstract’ work began to show a more explicit interest in various forms of narrative. From an acknowledgement that a work can explicitly document its own making it is a relatively small step to incorporating anecdotal, or programmatic-illustrative elements, (...)

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