Boccioni formas unicas de continuidad en el espacio

Boccioni formas unicas de continuidad en el espacio

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It seems clear to me that this succession is not to be found in repetition of legs, arms and faces, as many people have stupidly believed, but is achieved through the intuitive search for the unique form which gives continuity in space.
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space depicts a human-like figure apparently in motion. The sculpture has an aerodynamic and fluid form. As a pedestal, two blocks at the feet connect the figure to the ground. The figure is also armless and without a discernibly real face. The form was originally inspired by the sight of a football player moving on to a perfectly weighted pass.[5]
Though Boccioni apparently reviled traditional sculpture, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space does resemble more realist works.[6] It is reminiscent of the classical Winged Victory of Samothrace, which Filippo Marinetti, founder of Futurism, declared was inferior in beauty to a roaring car.[7] The lack of arms also pays homage to Auguste Rodin’s Walking Man.[8]
In 2018, the sculpture was used as the basis of the trophy presented to the winner of the virtual FIA GT Online Championships sim racing competition held through Gran Turismo Sport. The sculpture was chosen because it represents the surprise and fascination of machines discovered in the beginning of the 20th century, and shares values with Gran Turismo. Polyphony Digital, the creators of the Gran Turismo series, used laser scanning methods to create an accurate replication of the sculpture.[14]

linea unica de continuidad en el espacio

Nacido a principios del siglo XX, en una sociedad marcada por los continuos avances tecnológicos, el futurismo buscaba postularse como una alternativa potente a la oferta artística italiana, anclada desde tiempos inmemoriales en los movimientos clasicistas.
Estos principios quedaban expresados, de manera mucho más agresiva, en el manifiesto Le Futurisme que se publicó el sábado 20 de febrero de 1909 en el prestigioso periódico francés Le Figaro. En dicho texto, contenedor de 11 puntos en los que se desmenuzaban los ideales futuristas, podemos encontrar algunas frases que ejemplifican a la perfección lo rompedor de este nuevo discurso:
Afirmamos que el esplendor del mundo se ha enriquecido con una belleza nueva: la belleza de la velocidad. Un coche de carreras con su capó adornado con grandes tubos parecidos a serpientes de explosivo aliento… un automóvil rugiente que parece que corre a la velocidad de los disparos de una ametralladora es más bello que la Victoria de Samotracia.

what aspect of dynamism did boccioni express in his paintings and sculptures?

La pieza en yeso se convierte en una de las pocas piezas originales del artista que se salvaron de la destrucción que ocurrió en una exposición póstuma, celebrada en Italia. Las circunstancias de la destrucción de las otras piezas permanecen oscuras.
Con esta escultura Boccioni intentó ir más allá de la impresión de movimiento y explorar la noción de velocidad y fuerza en la escultura, pretendiendo asignar valores lumínicos a la superficie tallada. La escultura excede los límites corpóreos del ser humano, y se asemeja a una bandera ondeando en el viento. Parece que el cuerpo que se representa serpentea, luchando contra una fuerza invisible. Aunque el resultado (físico) es un retrato en tres dimensiones, el cuerpo en movimiento introduce una cuarta dimensión, el tiempo. En su «lucha» contra esta fuerza invisible, el cuerpo en movimiento, va dejando pedazos de sí mismo.

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It seems clear to me that this succession is not to be found in repetition of legs, arms and faces, as many people have stupidly believed, but is achieved through the intuitive search for the unique form which gives continuity in space.
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space depicts a human-like figure apparently in motion. The sculpture has an aerodynamic and fluid form. As a pedestal, two blocks at the feet connect the figure to the ground. The figure is also armless and without a discernibly real face. The form was originally inspired by the sight of a football player moving on to a perfectly weighted pass.[5]
Though Boccioni apparently reviled traditional sculpture, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space does resemble more realist works.[6] It is reminiscent of the classical Winged Victory of Samothrace, which Filippo Marinetti, founder of Futurism, declared was inferior in beauty to a roaring car.[7] The lack of arms also pays homage to Auguste Rodin’s Walking Man.[8]
In 2018, the sculpture was used as the basis of the trophy presented to the winner of the virtual FIA GT Online Championships sim racing competition held through Gran Turismo Sport. The sculpture was chosen because it represents the surprise and fascination of machines discovered in the beginning of the 20th century, and shares values with Gran Turismo. Polyphony Digital, the creators of the Gran Turismo series, used laser scanning methods to create an accurate replication of the sculpture.[14]

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