AUC PHILOSOPHICA ET HISTORICA

AUC PHILOSOPHICA ET HISTORICA

AUC Philosophica et Historica je víceoborový akademický časopis zaměřený na humanitní a společenskovědné obory (filozofie, psychologie, pedagogika, sociologie, obecné, české a hospodářské dějiny, pomocné vědy historické a archivnictví, etnologie).

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AUC PHILOSOPHICA ET HISTORICA, Vol 2019 No 2 (2019), 169–175

Teoretické modely působení umělecké intence na diváka a jejich experimentální ověření

[Theoretical models of the effect of artistic intention on the viewer and their experimental verification]

Petr Adámek

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14712/24647055.2020.9
zveřejněno: 14. 09. 2020

Abstract

The image is often discussed as a tool of the communication process across many disciplines, including the history of art and aesthetics. At present, it is also becoming of importance to cognitive sciences, which until recently have focused mainly on the basic physical properties of artefacts and how these aspects are able to influence the basic variables of our perception. However, the process of visual perception and the associated mental cognition in relation to authorial intention remained a somewhat neglected aspect. The paper presents hypotheses and theories discussing the influence of artistic intent on spectator perception and the possibilities of their application in experimental research.

Klíčová slova: psychology of art; eye movements; photography; paintings; artist’s intention

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