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Isolated Attractors- TTT2020- Conference (2021)

Sergio Patricio
sergio patricio valenzuela valdes
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Attractors cause attraction, collision, repulsion and distraction between different poles of charged energies. Latour makes a metaphor about these attractors in society and politics by defining many layers of interaction between the poles, decades after quantum physics observed strange attractors in chaotic systems of particles. Initial conditions could make a difference in terms of observation of strange attractors in art practices, where artists have the access to continue their own art practice, and who have also faced the art market and non patronage within a competitive society of succession. The proposal observes an isolated artist, connected virtually to the environment, but losing social skills, because of social distancing. Isolation in artists is present here and now in today's societies, with society’s own practices infected by worldwide news, porn, violence, loneliness and a vacuum in daily life routines. What kind of attractors proceed in an artist’s own art practice while in isolation, at home in a shared “WG”(shared flat) , without the resources to develop their own art and without the possibility of success and social empowerment? Which kind of strange attractor could possibly define the steps and procedures of this new generation of artists who don’t feel supported and who feel isolated in their “home” artwork? This paper attempts to observe this idea based on a few cases by comparing interviews with artists isolated by Convid-19 in 2020 in different countries.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsisolation, attractor, artistic research
date10/02/2021
published10/02/2021
last modified10/02/2021
statuspublished
share statusprivate
affiliationDie Angewandte
copyrightSergio Patricio Valenzuela Valdés
licenseAll rights reserved
languageEnglish
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/1155655/1155656
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/rc.1155655
published inResearch Catalogue
external linkwww.sergioptricio.net


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