Josu Larrañaga Altuna
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
We experience the passage between two contemporary periods and very different experiences about ourselves, our relationships and our environment. This produces disorientation, indetermination and unease, but also, fruitful reflections and initiatives, as it is evidenced, especially, in the activities of the social organizations and movements that claim a better world and, at the same time, show that we already live in a different world.
In this article, one of the most significant aspects of this liminal stage is shown: the passage from the uniqueness to the multiplicity and how this affects both the new comprehension of the subjectivity and identity and the way in which art evaluates the images and the rituals of the time.
Art, image, painting, multiplicity