Violent objects: the forms of pathos in Yael Martinez, Glenna Gordon and Eugênio Grosso’s compositions
Palavras-chave:Anachronism, arts, dialectics, pathos-forms, photography
ResumoThis article aims to investigate the photographers’ Yael Martínez, Glenna Gordon and Eugenio Grosso artistic works. Their photographs highlight the violence in representation of consumer goods which evoke the extended relations between the subjects and their personal belongings. This is a way to discuss the iconological status in such objects which are then converted in other significations patterns. The study of these artists’ composition strategies allows us to analyze the pathos-forms achieved by the anachronistic and dialectical montage which links the referential aspects and the decrease of iconological status in these images.
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