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Afarin F. Comparative Analysis of Writing in Aesthetic Action of Cy Twombly and Fereydon Ave according to Derrida's ideas. mth. 2020; 9 (18) :71-88
URL: http://mth.aui.ac.ir/article-1-1319-en.html
Assistant Professor, Art Studies Department, Faculty of Art, Semnan University, Iran , f.afarin@semnan.ac.ir
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This research tries to determine the aesthetic position of writing by focusing on the contrast of "writing/image" in the works of Cy Towmbly and Fereydon Ave. Its main issue is finding the writing position based on the relationship between image and text under the aesthetic action of selected artists. This study was carried out by analytical-comparative method. The purpose of the study is reading, adapting and parallelizing Derrida's binary oppositions with the focus on the contrast between speech and writing of two artists in order to provide a basis for reading and of course comparing their individual styles. Interconnected classified concepts such as text and speech, presence and absence, looking and touching are selected from Derrida's ideas.  Studying the similarities between the performance and the product of aesthetic action of Cy Towmbly and Ave based on Derrida's ideas shows that both texts are used as neural scribble and intertwined lines, affecting and the pressure of the pen stroke, support infrastructure, scribbling the spontaneous writings and the use of scribbling as a barrier to representation. However, there are subtle differences in this tendency and using cultural factors, myths and various rituals between the two artists. The results show that the way of illustrating the works of two artists by crossing the hierarchy of images and writing, and relying on the aspect of the pressure of the pen stroke, uses it as the signification process, presence and absence game and indefinable boundaries of drawing/designing conflicts. Both have distanced from purely visual arts differently based on aesthetic function of writing and with the spontaneous hand movements and touching the way of creating artworks.
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