MONTAGE AS THE UNIVERSAL CREATIVE DEVICE: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH

Keywords: art, cinema, consciousness, culture, image.

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to prove the hypothesis: montage is the universal creative device which is present in nature, culture and art. The evolution of this device is considered in cinematography, methods of using montage in various kinds of art are generalized. Methods used in the study: general scientific (analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction), methods of theoretical research (from abstract to concrete), historical method. As a purely technical method, montage is used everywhere, starting with the unforgettable past. The goal of literary montage is to bring the reader closer to an understanding of completely different characters as it was before. Montage is inherent in works of painting; it is applied to photo and is also used in music. Music – a sound and dynamic art, painting and photography – visual and static, basing on a literary work, is theatre.

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2019-11-26
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Korotkova, L. (2019). MONTAGE AS THE UNIVERSAL CREATIVE DEVICE: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 36(5), 73-83. https://doi.org/10.23856/3608