NotaBene е електронно списание за философски и политически науки. Повече за нас
The paper is a reception of the analyses of the spatial symbolism by Pavel Florensky. Any depicted space, whether abstract or specific, is, in a broad sense, a symbolic space in so far as it is a reality that conveys the energies to another reality. The happening of this symbolic transfer is the “failure” of the space of the work in order to manifest the space in the work, which, according to Florensky, is the only entrance into artistic content. The new geometry reveals a new spatial imagery, introducing the view of curvature into its spatial syntax. This innovation rebuilt the rules for the organization of space, the reviving of art its inherent power to create spatial structures independent of Euclid schemes. If art has anything to do with reality at all, it is its effort to fit its power interactions into a spatial configuration.