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Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Comparison between the beginning of the 20th century and the 21st century

The passage from century to century, is an important moment in the collective unconscious. Something needs to stay in the past, something needs to arise. A new world awakens expectations.
The scientific vibration at the end of the nineteenth century expands the horizons for previously impossible possibilities, knowledge expands and brings solutions for life.
In that context Cezanne is interpreting the world through elementary forms and suggests a new reality.
Science produces approaches. The maritime and commercial expansion of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries began a process of cultural connection that materialized with the new discoveries of the sciences. Distances became shorter. Thus, the turn of the century began a period of transformations, innovations and expectations of scientific progress in which Cubism, like other artistic movements, springs from the need to break with sociocultural values ​​overcome and the illusory perception and understanding of reality . Other fields are opened for the understanding and interpretation of objects through infinite points of view on reality.
As the end of the nineteenth century, the end of the twentieth century generated expectations. The discoveries of the sciences evolved the technologies and the distances were undone with the mass media. Knowledge spread, approached, provided contacts between people from all countries, regions, cultures and ways of life through the ultimate splitting of papyri, engraving, illuminations and the press: the Internet.
Knowledge and access to information available to all.
The passage from the nineteenth century to the twentieth century extended and extended and noted possibilities in the process of globalization, which took shape and form fully in the passage of the twentieth century to the XXI.
Thus we arrive in the present day with a process of globalization that expands beyond space, time, matter and the unconscious.
In the comparison between the two passages of centuries, one element in common: perception. At the beginning of the twentieth century the gaze fragmented and at the beginning of the 21st century, the impossibility of defragmentation.
Other fields open up for the understanding and interpretation of objects and reality.
Marcelo Peres

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