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Title: Joseph Beuys: Una domesticación posible de lo cotidiano = Joseph Beuys: A Possible Domestication of the Status Quo
Authors: Ojeda, Danne
Keywords: Joseph Beuys
Social Sculpture
Issue Date: 2010
Source: Ojeda, D. (2010). Joseph Beuys: Una domesticación posible de lo cotidiano. SalonKritik, 09-10.
Series/Report no.: SalonKritik
Abstract: La idea esencial de la estética beuysiana, se centra en un concepto in extenso de creación que apela a la reforma del ser sociocultural más allá que del ser artístico. En primera instancia, este acercamiento puede leerse como una sobreestimación del potencial creativo del ser humano cuando enfatiza: ‘todo ser humano es un artista’. Esta proposición esbozada desde el campo artístico tenía como objetivo, según Beuys, rebasar la división social del trabajo, que confinaba a los individuos a la especialización o el desenvolvimiento en campos de saber unidireccionales. ¿Podríamos entonces pensar en la superación de la raíz normativa de la sociedad burguesa, engendradora por extensión de la modernidad como período sociocultural, y del proceso de autonomía del arte? The essential idea of ​​Beuysian aesthetics focuses on an in-depth concept of creation that It appeals to the reform of the sociocultural being beyond that of the artistic being. In the first instance, this approach can be read as an overestimate of the creative potential of the human being when he emphasizes: 'every human being is an artist'. This proposition sketched from the field artistic objective was, according to Beuys, to go beyond the social division of labor, which confined individuals to specialization or development in unidirectional fields of knowledge. Could we then think about overcoming the normative root of bourgeois society, generating by extension of modernity as a sociocultural period, and the process of art autonomy?
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