Between reconstruction and interpretation
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Between reconstruction and interpretation

Articles writen by three Slovak art theorists about the work of the artist and pedagogue Ladislav Čarný. Jana Geržová (study Between Reconstruction and Interpretation) is devoted to his work in the 80s and 90s – mirror objects, light ob- jects and paintings, mimicrys (cam- ouflages) for light and shadow, and processual installations. The study by Helena Markuskova (Alchemy of Media) deals with his cycles Herme- neutics, Reliquary (Homage to Duchamp) and video installation In the Epicentre. Zora Rusinová an- alyzes the author’s installation and exhibition in his article until the present, the latest exhibition in 2017 Schrödinger’s Cat / Cat’s Schrödinger.


Key words:

Installation. Light art. Mirror object. Painting. Processual art.



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ČARNÝ, L.: Between reconstruction and interpretation. In European Journal of Media, Art and Photography, 2018, Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 40-73. ISSN 1339-4940.