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The Whole World Is (Not) Ours

An Artistic Planetarium

Author(s): Emese Egyed, Orsolya Láng
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Studies of Literature
Published by: Scientia
Keywords: space odyssey; utopia; crossing; future; dream; history;
Summary/Abstract: In the history of literature and visual arts, planets have been perceived as reflections of human (or human-like) and virtual life, and as such they have often become scenes for utopian or satirical stories. When the search for perspective is seen as a shift in dimensions, it is associated with a strong visual content. The evolution of (cinematographic) techniques has opened up new horizons for the genre of science fiction, allowing it to fulfil its biggest challenge: to show a picture of something hidden from the human eye. The two authors of the paper focus on the dynamics of the Earth and its “star”, aiming to present a comparative analysis of the creative procedures of critical thinking.

  • Page Range: 45-58
  • Page Count: 14
  • Publication Year: 2020
  • Language: Hungarian