ART AS TECHNIQUE VIKTOR SHKLOVSKY PDF

His emphasis lies on the exploration of new literary techniques and devices in a work of art for its renewed perception and literariness. He refutes the theory of the work of art as an art that exploits no more new devices and techniques; instead he put forward that if art uses the same device repeatedly it only gives a stale taste. He rejects Potebnya, who emphasizes on the use of imagery in every literary art and symbols and images are in the fundamental defining elements of poetry. He argues that literariness lies in the deviant use of language, but not the symbols and imagery.

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Art as a Technique by viktor Shklovsky Shklovsky brings out that there comes a point were perceptions become habitual thus becoming unconsciously automatic. Here he refers to things we do in everyday life and that are repetitive. He gives the example of holding a pen where we no longer have to cognitively think on how to do it, we just unconsciously do, this act of holding a pen now is very different to the first time we try to hold a pen, which we do at a very early age so we might not remember but it does remind me of the first time I tried using a chop stick and once you get enough practice it becomes natural to you.

He also brings out that that these types of acts are done unconscious. Shklovsky explains that the technique of art is, the process of making objects different and difficult; and there is a connection; the more different the more difficult and object is, the more time you will spend perceiving it.

He gives the example of Tolstoy and the idea of flogging. The example I found most appealing was Kholstomer story telling from the perception of a horse. Here is where I really think that art is more than just causing a person to ponder in its perception, I think that the idea that art is something out of the ordinary unconscious life is true, there has to be a distinction between every day mundane things and art.

I think that the definition of art has to be concise and selective if not almost everything could go under the term art. This entry was posted in Uncategorized by esmeralda. Bookmark the permalink. Art should get out of real life and become a way leading us into it.

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Defamiliarization

Coinage[ edit ] The term "defamiliarization" was first coined in by Russian formalist Viktor Shklovsky in his essay "Art as Device" alternate translation: "Art as Technique". Prose is ordinary speech — economical, easy, proper, the goddess of prose [dea prosae] is a goddess of the accurate, facile type, of the "direct" expression of a child. A work is created "artistically" so that its perception is impeded and the greatest possible effect is produced through the slowness of the perception. What we are familiar with we cease to see. The writer shakes up the familiar scene, and as if by magic, we see a new meaning in it. And with defamiliarization come both the slowing down and the increased difficulty impeding of the process of reading and comprehending and an awareness of the artistic procedures devices causing them. Ordinary speech and literary language have thereby changed places see the work of Vyacheslav Ivanov and many others.

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Art as a Technique by viktor Shklovsky

Art as a Technique by viktor Shklovsky Shklovsky brings out that there comes a point were perceptions become habitual thus becoming unconsciously automatic. Here he refers to things we do in everyday life and that are repetitive. He gives the example of holding a pen where we no longer have to cognitively think on how to do it, we just unconsciously do, this act of holding a pen now is very different to the first time we try to hold a pen, which we do at a very early age so we might not remember but it does remind me of the first time I tried using a chop stick and once you get enough practice it becomes natural to you. He also brings out that that these types of acts are done unconscious. Shklovsky explains that the technique of art is, the process of making objects different and difficult; and there is a connection; the more different the more difficult and object is, the more time you will spend perceiving it.

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