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Surrealismo y Creatividad

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Transcript of Surrealismo y Creatividad

Creatividad y Surrealismo
“Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try”
– Dr. Seuss

Surrealismo
Se usa el término por primera
vez en Francia en 1917.

En 1924, André Breton, escritor y
poeta, elabora el
Manifiesto surrealista.

Dos vertientes:
Surrealismo Abstracto
Surrealismo Figurativo
Técnicas
Los pintores surrealistas trataban de liberar la imaginación a través de los sueños y el subconsciente. Para ello se valían de:

Actividad
La creatividad es la inteligencia divirtiéndose.
-Albert Einstein
Automatismo (escritura automática)
Trascripción de sueños
Descontextualización de elementos
Cadáver exquisito
Vladimir Kush, Haven
Joan Miró, The birth of day 1968
Automatísmo
Transcripción de sueños
Descontextualización de elementos
Cadáver exquisito
Joan Miró, Nocturne 1940.
Salvador Dalí, The elephants 1948.
René Magritte, The False Mirror, 1928.
André Breton, Nusch Eluard, Paul Eluard y Valentine Gross.
André Breton, Camille Goemans, Jacques Prévert e Yves Tanguy
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