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    ... bleibt. Diese subjektive Wirklichkeit, dieses Bild der objektiven, bewußtseinsunabhängigen Wirklichkeit bezeichnet die amerikanische Wissenssoziologie mit einem Begriff, der wissenschaftlich zuerst von der Marktpsychologie in Anspruch genommen wurde, als Image :"Die Wirklichkeit die der Mensch erlebt, wird offenbar vermittelt durch ein Bild, das sich zwischen ihn und die Außenwelt schiebt, und das durchaus anderen Gesetzen folgt als jene ... hat". (2) Bestimmte Momente der Persönlichkeitsstruktur des Wahrnehmenden mischen sich mit bestimmten Momenten der materialen Eigenschaften eines Gegenstandes zu einem subjektiven Bild von ihm. Die subjektiven Bilder, die Images der Gegenstände können danach unterschieden werden, in welchem Maß die Persönlichkeitsstruktur des Wahrnehmenden die Imagebildung beeinflußt hat: "Images befinden sich gewissermaßen auf zwei verschiedenen Kontinua: auf einem Kontinuum zwischen Ich—Nähe (ego-involvement) und Ich-Ferne (ego-detachment) und auf einem anderen Kontinuum zwischen subjektiver Beliebigkeit und gesellschaftlicher Institutionalisierung". (3) Dabei werden einerseits ich-nahe und andererseits gesellschaftlich institutionalisierte Images, also Images, in die Elemente der Persönlichkeitsstruktur als affektive Verwicklung und rigide Nonnenverbundenheit besonders ausgeprägt eingegangen sind, ausschließlichere subjektive Geltung, d.h. höhere Stabilität aufweisen: "Je stärker ein Image ... >>

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    ... RALF ULRICH MAYER Inhalt Einleitung 9 1. Theoretische Grundlagen 11 1.1 Der Imagebegriff 11 1.1.1 Beeinflussende Variablen in Erklärungsansätzen zum Verbraucherverhalten 11 1.1.2 Images als die Kaufentscheidung beeinflussende Variablen 12 1.2 Funktionen von Images im Entscheidungsprozeß des Konsumenten 13 1.2.1 Die Umweltbewältigungsfunktion von Images 13 1.2.2 Die Selbstbestätigungsfunktionen von Images 14 1.2.3 Die Wertausdrucksfunktion von Images 15 1.2.4 Die Anpassungsfunktion von Images 16 1.3 Funktionen von Images für die Planung des Marketing-Mix 16 1.3.1 Images für die ... >>

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    ... organization? Are we not dealing simply with the pure art of memory that excludes any experience? Do bodily and figurative things still exist, things that are vivid as images and plastic spaces, or only abstract conditions that cannot be presented except as concepts? Is it possible to build a work that is happening now from ideas laden ... I was selecting them for exhibitions. I then even redrew some of them and put them aside, without any particular intention. The textual outlines impinged upon me as image-forms for the first time in the context of the screen-print series "Werkfigur", started in 1986 and subsequently completed, without any kind of plastic formulation having been foreseeable at the beginning. In any case a latent need to acquire greater image-quality obviously started to assert itself then. Of course I do not yet know whether what I am trying to do with the new work is viable in ... all. But I then did first present them in the Galerie Vera Munro in the storage form, compressed into a block. Simply doing this gives the pieces an image-character that they definitely did not have before. But as the material is exactly the same, in fact the original stored condition continues to exist. The pieces are neither pure images nor expressly a storage form, but are probably best described as representatives of potential pictures. The storage condition can be further transformed when the seven forms of ... >>

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    ... that were not linked to any specific signs or meanings, were not isolated as single entities but related to the whole drawing, there came into being a pictorial image beyond any conventional calligraphic design. In this way Hölzel began to liberate himself from the figurative and introduced - before Kandinsky - the 'epoch of high spirituality' into the art ... carried out as something external to the artwork, but aesthetic thought and artistic practice have become inseparable. Hölzel's work is marked by a latent, mutual transformation from image to inscription that can happen at any moment. His linear pictures have an underlying structure of legibility just as, vice versa, the calligraphic character of his texts testify ... paradoxical, of 'Bildnerisches Denken' (pictorial thinking). This is what found its authentic and directly legible expression in Hölzel's drawing and writing exercises that oscillated between text and image signs. Confronted with paintings that had become abstract and therefore conceptually more similar, Daniel Henry Kahnweiler, as the most important supporter and first theoretician of this 'peinture conceptuelle ... other. The postmodern accusation that modern avantgarde art believes the constant increase in its autonomy and rationality automatically brings substantial artistic progress with it contradicts its own self-image. Schlegel, who already saw modern art as one characterized exactly by an evolution with no natural limits, replied to the subsequent question, namely whether art is 'not capable ... art's primordial inner drive toward unity.' (79) There where the objects are still identifiable, they undergo an artistic transformation that totally disregards their actual appearance. The cubist image no longer thrives on the mimetic reference to reality but, for the most part independent of it, claims instead to be its own reality. The intention of ... >>

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    ... turn provide increased tax intake, more than making up for the public funds spent to finance the project, to say nothing of the enhancement of the city's image with all its accompanying financial advantages. Art in outdoor sites is spectacular and highly visible, so that communities that can boast of such projects try to make full ... use of the economic possibilities at hand. Art often then has the sole function of providing a trademark for the city, so it can advertise and enhance its image and project up-to-date urbanity. Naturally, such projects are of solid interest to the artist as well; they are a welcome source of income and, at the ... be art for art's sake is essential to this autonomy. 3) Autonomous art must create its own content, form and material as well as its own self-image. For this it needs the highly individual and purely personal invention of the Artist. In this way autonomous art becomes a medium for the self-determination and identity ... up extra-artistic, that is, heteronomous, functions for itself, that is, autonomously art becomes a part of the he-autonomous structure. This is a rediscovery of a mental image of FRIEDRICH SCHILLER, one that he called 'he-autonomy' in his letters to KALLIAS. It is a type of autonomy and can only be carried out in society ... definition or concept of art. The practice of art, then, is to a high degree taken up with work done on defining the concept of art. In TEXT-IMAGES / IMAGE-TEXTS, ON TOUR this consists of reflecting on the generally accepted basic principles behind art - at its very source. By turning these principles into the theme ... >>

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    ... 21 EDITORIAL 22 TABLEAU DES EXPOSITIONS 24 ECHOS ET NOUVELLES/NOUVELLES DU MONDE 27 LIVRES ET REVUES PANORAMA 1 Des hommes - des idées - des projets - des recherches. 30 Images pour une thérapie mentale Des posters en relief 31 Funérailles catalanes B.D. pour ED 32 Le"significatif" de Gaetano Pesce ETUDES - REPORTAGES 36 Images d'aujourd'hui pour gens d'avenir. Gilles de Bure 44 Les écoles à l'heure du choix. Henri Bonnemazou - Armelle Baraton 52 L'image de marque et les agences de publicité. Gérard Négréanu 55 Les cellules sanitaires : une proche réalité. Caroline de Vaumas PANORAMA 2 Des hommes - des produits - des réalisations 62 ... PANORAMA 1 Des hommes - des idées - des projets - des recherches. 30 Les lieux de l'architecture. 31 Etre le plus haut: presque un impératif. ETUDES-REPORTAGES 34 L'image de marque de la ville. Gérard Négréanu 42 Les lauréats du concours Equation 73. Gilles de Bure 52 Architecture et apparence. Le schéma directeur d'apparence pour le ... >>

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    ... and Helsinki 222-226 DAVID SHRIGLEY artist, Glasgow 227-231 LIONEL BOVIER curator and publisher, Zürich CHRISTOPHE CHERIX writer, editor and curator, Geneva SCOTT GRIEGER artist, USA All images: Courtesy of Cabinet des estam-pes du Musée d'art et d'histoire, Geneva. Previously published by the authors in the magazine »Documenta sur l'art«, Dijon, Summer ... australian cover band, lead by Danius Kesminas, artist, Sydney 274-277 KORPYS/LÖFFLER artists and film makers, Bremen /Berlin 278-287 NOEMI SMOLIK critic and writer, Cologne All Images: Courtesy Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zürich 288-293 BERND KRAUß artist, Berlin 294-301 RAIMAR STANGE critic, Berlin CHRISTIAN JANKOWSKI artist, Berlin Previously published in: Raimar Stange: »Sur.Faces ... New York 260-261 JONATHAN MONK artist, Berlin 262-273 JOANNA MYTKOWSKA curator FOKSAL Gallery Foundation, Warsawa DANIEL BAUMANN curator and writer, Basel EDWARD KRASINSKI artist, Warsawa All Images: Courtesy Edward Krasinski, Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsawa, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Gallery, Kunsthalle Basel, Schwabe Verlag, Basel 1996 312 WILHELM SCHÜRMANN collector, Aachen All images: Collection Schürmann, Aachen 313-315 LUDWIG SEYFAHRT critic and curator, Hamburg 315-324 WERNER BÜTTNER artist, teaching at HfbK Hamburg 325-328 HARALD FALCKENBERG collector and writer, Hamburg ... >>

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    ... feature of modern art can hardly be seriously denied, although even today outdated, dualist ideas are being cultivated that see art as a realm of the senses and images that can be excluded from the world of reason and concepts. To counter this argument we need only refer to Schlegel's famous essay 'On the Study of ... 13). Conversely, we can cite Arnold Gehlen, who was one of the first to show that the abstract art of classical modernism is 'peinture conceptionelle', i.e., 'the image's own elementary data are defined from a set conception.' (14). Finally, I myself have tried to show how obvious it has become that, for example, the Conceptual ... to be measured by what it accomplishes for the production and reception of art. In any case what is required before anything else is a basically different self-image of aesthetic theory formation. The first and decisive step in an artistically productive aesthetic would consist in accepting Adorno's insight that 'nothing that relates to art is ... >>

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    Das Bild der Ausstellung The Image of the Exhibition RUDOLF BUMILLER ERNST CARAMELLE FRANÇOIS CHABRILLAT RENE DANIELS LOUISE LAWLER THOMAS STRUTH CURATED BY MARKUS BRÜDERLIN HEILIGENKREUZERHOF SCHÖNLATERNGASSE 5, 1010 WIEN 27. MAI - 17. JULI ... IN WIEN INHALT/ Contents 7 ZUR AUSSTELLUNG On the Exhibition 9 MONOGRAPHIEN Monographs 34 HEILIGENKREUZERHOF Markus Brüderlin 36 DAS BILD DER AUSSTELLUNG UND DIE LIST DES BILDES The Image of the Exhibition and the Ruse if the Image Wolfgang Kemp 54 VERSTEHEN VON KUNST IM ZEITALTER IHRER INSTITUTIONALISIERUNG Understanding Art in the Ages of its Institutionalization Lucius Burckhardt 68 DIE AUSSTELLUNG ALS VERDICHTETE LANDSCHAFT The Exhibition ... >>

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    ... Baudenkmäler in den neuen Bundesländern als Auftrag und Verpflichtung aus denkmalpflegerischer Sicht (Manfred F. Fischer) ......342 Charta der Villa Vigoni. Zum Schutz der Kulturgüter ....................348 Tagungen Bildnis und Image. Das Porträt zwischen Intention und Rezeption. Hamburg, Warburg-Haus, 17./18.7.1995 (Claudia Hattendorf, Luke Syson) ...........349 Ausstellungen »Damit die Kunst mehr umfaßt als sie je umfaßt ... für Kunstgeschichte .................140 Zuschriften an die Redaktion ....... 140 Die Autoren dieses Heftes ......... 140 Kunstchronik Februar 1996 Information EDV in der Kunstgeschichte - neue Entwicklungen (Hubertus Kohle) ....... 53 Tagungen The Image of the Individual, c. 1400-1550. London, Warburg Institute/British Museum, 10.-11.3.1995 (Claudia Brink, Andreas Köstler) ................. 61 Forschungsberichte Niederländische Druckgraphik und ihre Verleger (Barbara Welzel ... >>

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