2018 - Sibel Armağan Benek -
Özet:A waste object is the part of the materials we use to meet our needs with the simplest definition, optionally not used at the moment or discarded after use. Industrial products that have become part of everyday life have become objects of use with continuous advertising and eye-catching cases. The resulting wastes themselves are the surplus that mankind has been unable to cope with using or throwing or storing. In western art, the method of adding and painting two- or three-dimensional objects such as stone, sand, fabric, newspaper pieces on a two-dimensional surface by excluding tradition and destroying its sanctity has spread in the beginning of the 20th century. The use of objects that are about to be thrown away and brought together on a tablord or pedestal in the form of a composition, begins with a collage technique in the first cubism movement. The artist is expected to be sensitive. Rapid consumption, a permanent purchase and a crushing behavior lead to humanity rapidly becoming weaker in the economic sense, unconsciousness, unhappiness. The aim of this research is to examine the relationship between the post-1945 social movements and the use of waste objects with aesthetic transformations through theoretical approaches. In the post-1945 art movements, the forms of use of waste objects and their intellectual sub-structure were investigated and the works of art were investigated in the historical process. In this point, the means of expression of waste objects, the investigation of artists and works using waste objects, the method of interrogating artist-works-viewer relations will be used.
Anahtar Kelime:waste object, sculpture