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Фестивація у проекції глобалізму та альтерглобалізму
Festivation in the projection of globalism and alter-globalism

Author(s): Larisa Babushka
Subject(s): Anthropology, Recent History (1900 till today), Sociology of Culture, Globalization
Published by: Національна академія керівних кадрів культури і мистецтв
Keywords: festivation; cultural creation; globalism; alter-globalism;

Summary/Abstract: The purpose of the article is to analyze the phenomenon of the festivation as a reality of a communicative culture in the conditions of globalization and alter-globalism. The art of the XX-XXI centuries, being socially engaging, removes from the horizon of research the aesthetic, figurative, idiocentric realities and forces all the aspects of functionality, which apparently will not be mistaken to call the notion of artistic activity. The methodology of the research consists of the integrated application of principles, methods, and approaches, in particular, phenomenological, comparative, postmodern, synergetic, socio-cultural. The scientific novelty of the study is that for the first time the aesthetic-cultural aspect of the communicative pragmatics of the festivation as a real active mechanism of mass culture, where the subject, the actor and the actor are nominations that characterize the field of total production of the simulation space and time, both global and local. Conclusions. Understanding the phenomenon of the festivation in the cultural-dimensional dimension gives the opportunity to speak not only about the latest technologies, the situation of transformation or figurative means of information presentation, namely, changes in models/images of human existence. In the end, the ontology of festive creation turns into a technology of informative-transformative discourse, which is mounted, directed, fit into the text, and looks like on-screen information, verbal or synthetic type information.

  • Issue Year: 2018
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 15-20
  • Page Count: 6
  • Language: Ukrainian