Interpretácia ako príčina, alebo riešenie konfliktu v kultúre a umení

Lukáš Makky


Fine Art is complicated phenomena which often holds different issues and resolves different problems. Fine Art is also on the brink of “misunderstanding” and is often replaced in the perception by not so complex artistic – cultural objects. The main aim of the Artwork should therefore be to provide an environment or a possibility of intercultural, inter-media and interpersonal communication, and to offer a way how to express inner and cultural contents to different persons or cultures. There would be often a discussion about the importance of Fine Art, especially in present time, but also there would often be different ways how to understand each and one Artwork, and which issue is crucial in the aesthetic perception of Art. Present paper tries to analyze the main issue which could be understood as the origin of the misunderstanding of Fine Art: aesthetic interpretation. Even though, it looks like the act of interpretation is the one responsible for different meaning and countless readings of Artworks, this paper would like to analyze the real impact of interpretation and its connection to the misreading of Fine Art, and everyday communication as well. The main aim is to demonstrate the relation between interpretation and quality of cultural phenomena, and to illustrate how an aesthetic interpretation could remove caused interpersonal and social misunderstandings.


interpretation; reception; fine art; multiculturalism; hypertext

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ESPES. The Slovak Journal of Aesthetics (ISSN 1339-1119) is published biannually by Faculty of Arts, University of Presov, Slovakia and the Society for Aesthetics in Slovakia

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