Art history research in scientific discourse
Palabras clave:art history discourse, ethnomusicology, interpretation, mechanism of reception, decoding of art, structural and functional method.
It is noted in the article that art historical research occupies a prominent place in the scientific discourse. The work on the identification of obscure views on music as a phenomenon in the cultural and anthropological tradition of music is carried out. It is proved that scientists interpret the painting as a semiotic system with its special image code, the information of which can be decoded. The secondary verbal expression of such messages in the text of art is possible due to the mechanism of interpretation. It is concluded that the non-verbal type of artistic creativity is comprehended by the subject in the form of the inclusion of the mechanism of reception, evaluated, transformed into a verbal code, and thus interpreted.
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