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Everyday Objects/Cultural Treasures

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9789053307922
Author(s): Vadim Gushchin
Format: Hardcover
Year: 2013
Publisher: Schilt Publishing
Dimensions: 301 x 309 x 14 (w x l x h)
Pages: 96

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We live in the Universe of Malevich, though we very rarely notice it. Vadim Gushchin photographs 'Everyday Objects' in such a way that it is immediately obvious that they have originated from Malevich's Black Square. The main idea of design is the sparing use of form. El Lissitzky, a pupil of Kazimir Malevich, was the first to formulate this idea in relation to the industrial object. Malevich used the expressive means of painting sparingly. Lissitzky transformed his world for the needs of production. Consequently, Malevich can be found in the depths of an industrial object. In his rejection of illusionism, Vadim Gushchin follows in the path of Malevich. Because when we talk about pure forms, we recall Malevich - his works, reduced to the depiction of the pure plane. A paradoxical effect arises when photographing objects. It would appear that reality is being documented. That is to say, things are presented as they are. But in fact, in order to do this, things are taken beyond their usual context. That is, each separate object is placed in a meta position in relation to reality.
And the better the shooting is done, the more accurately the object is reproduced, and the bigger the size, and the better the lens, the more that object will be alienated from its habitual existence. Once photographed, objects rise above themselves. In Gushchin's artistic space, industrial objects are transformed into sculptures. And each of these sculptures gives witness to its source - t Please click here to ask a question
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