ART OF JACKSON POLLOCK IN URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN - NOTION OF "LIFE" IN CITY SPACE
AbstractThere are different definitions of what constitutes the term "life". The background of most of these definitions is appropriate theories: starting with the notion that everything that exists is matter, and life is only its complex form, up to vitalism which considers the principle of life as purely intangible. Forming the general definition of life has always been a major challenge for many experts. The situation is still unchanged. The question is, how in a wide range of different ideas and attitudes, evidence and experiments, to take a stand when it comes to the phenomenon of life in the context of the urban structure of today? Is it possible to use an expressive structure of the painting as a specific activity that is simultaneously based on previously established principles and techniques, but also on a freedom of the artist, as a good example for translating into the urbanistic domain? The paper explores wide connection between "life", urban structure of today's city and painting of Jackson Pollock.
How to Cite
V. Milovanović, “ART OF JACKSON POLLOCK IN URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN - NOTION OF "LIFE" IN CITY SPACE”, STEPGRAD, vol. 1, no. 13, Oct. 2021.