Daniel Belinche y Mariel Ciafardo
Facultad de Bellas Artes
Universidad Nacional de La Plata
The aim of this article is to deal with the concepts of space and time without providing exhaustive definitions but accounting for the recurring and confusing uses of these words and, therefore, giving evidence of the necessity of reaching a basic agreement. Each era has developed its own way of space construction and art, in all its disciplines, has the immanent ability to fictionalize in depth the notions of time and space. In art, we can approximate that space is that which is built by the artist. The classic division that would exhaustively distinguish between temporary art and spatial art weakens when approaching contemporary works. Music spatiality, for example, reviews the logical habits and demands an extreme effort of understanding. The fixed image is dynamic and temporary, and the traditional borders that used to define it are evanescent.
Musical space, time, cultural mutability, place