The concept of “Fragmentation and Reconstruction,” approached from the perspective of Figurative Deconstructionism, explores how artists use formal deconstruction to reconstruct new figurative representations. This artistic approach challenges traditional forms of figurative representation by fragmenting forms and figures and then reconstructing them in unconventional ways.
In this exhibition, artists adopt a deconstructive approach to question preconceived notions of figurative representation. They break down forms, lines, and figures, fragmenting them into distinct elements, and then reconfigure and reconstruct them in new and innovative ways.
The goal of Figurative Deconstructionism is to disrupt the viewer’s expectations by offering an alternative perspective on figurative representation. Artists seek to create works that defy conventions and open up new possibilities for interpretation. They use fragmentation and reconstruction as tools to explore the complexity of the human form and to express ideas and emotions in unconventional ways.
The aesthetic of the “Fragmentation and Reconstruction” exhibition within the framework of Figurative Deconstructionism can be characterized by dynamic compositions, bold juxtapositions, and deconstructed forms. Exhibition spaces can be arranged to reflect this approach, with installations that play with the notions of fragmentation and reconstruction. This exhibition offers visitors a stimulating artistic experience that challenges their expectations of figurative representation. It invites reflection on the possibilities of deconstruction and reconstruction in art and how these processes can open up new paths for artistic representation and expression.
Artists use formal deconstruction to reconstruct new figurative representations. It offers an alternative perspective on representation and invites viewers to contemplate the creative possibilities offered by fragmentation and reconstruction in art.
You are an artist and you would like to participate in DF Art Project Exhibition Fragmentation and Reconstruction.
The call for the artist is open for all artists whose works correspond to the artistic line of Figurative Destructuralism:
Registration deadline: April 30th 2024.
A selection committee will meet at the mai 2024 to select the artists and their works.