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Petrenko V.F., Korotchenko E.A., Suprun A.P. (2011). Research on Language of Perception Still-Life as a Visual Aphorism. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 4, 467-494

Abstract

This article describes a categorical structure of perception of still-life painting. Analysis is done on the system of visual opposition elements in still-life. A still-life is considered a “perceptual statement about the world”, and a “visual aphorism”. The research is based on such methods as: semantic spaces constructing and their transformation at introduction of additional elements in still-lifes. It also gives full analysis of an interpretation of complex images and understanding of types of still-life as a visual hermeneutics.

About the authorsPetrenko, Viktor F. ; Korotchenko, Evgeniya A. ; Suprun, Anatoly P.

ThemesPsychology and culture

PDF: http://psychologyinrussia.com/volumes/pdf/2011/31_2011_petrenko_dr.pdf

Pages:  467-494

DOI:  10.11621/pir.2011.0031

Keywords:  categorical structure, language, image, symbol, art

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To cite this article: Petrenko V.F., Korotchenko E.A., Suprun A.P. (2011). Research on Language of Perception Still-Life as a Visual Aphorism. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 4, 467-494

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