The Ascension of a Photo-poet: Garin Nugroho's Quest for Beauty
Abstract:By the virtue of the ones engaged upon a profound journey, the world of the photo-poet sees images as a signification of the membrane, a colossus of events in their nerves that transpires the momentary engulfment of its meaning, subdued and forgotten by the spectators, but is an imprint in the sincere heart of the photo-poet. Existence to Garin seemed to be pointless without salvation and the spirit has to be communed towards recognizing the real. This, to Shklovsky (1917), is first and foremost a special way of thinking and knowing with images that determine it to be a piece of artwork, for without it, poetry will cease to exist.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2010
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