THE SUGGESTIVE ART OF ZDISLAV BEKSINSKI: IDENTIFICATION TRANSFER AS A LAST REMEDY AGAINST SELF-CRISIS
Abstract. This article is devoted to the study of the semantics of painting by the Polish surrealist artist Zdzislaw Beksinski. The course of the research is based on Jungian and semantic types of analysis. The main results go back to the hermeneutics of gestalts, projections and identification transfers of the artist on the example of works from different periods of creativity. The hermeneutics of the cultural layer of metadata correlates with the specification of the study of pictorial allomorphism as a special form of empirical research. Methodically, we turn to the studies of the classics of psychoanalysis, behaviorism, Gestalt psychology, psycholinguistics and the psychology of art in order to form the most complete idea of how the crisis of the personality's self can respond in the form of transfer; with the condition that the artist uses the techniques of abstractionism or surrealism, in which the manner of painting actualizes the synthesis of conscious and unconscious body movements.
Key words: unconscious, semantics, analysis, transfer, projection, identification, representation.
Goncharov Artem – student of the direction of preparation 44.03.05 Pedagogical education (with two training profiles) «History» and «Social Science» of the Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute
Pikalov Dmitry – Candidate of Historical Sciences, Head of the Research Department of the Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute