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Interpretation of social meaning in Ilya Kabakov's Ten Characters: communal apartment and narratives of diasporic intimacy

Namhee Park 1

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ABSTRACT

It is some reason in stream of phenomenon taking to pieces deconstrcution of art same age or pluralism name of Ilya Kabakov exists too. Kabakov entered for path of work beginning to be interested to problem of condition of done human's life by former Soviet Union season socialism ideology. Art is worth there is meaning when first of all it is real that access is possible concretely to him. It was his 'total installation' that selected thing maximizes form of establishment by access way of life that is welded into such inside of a tumulus.Kabakov achieved role that talk unbeknown Soviet Union art actively almost since acme of Russia vanguard of early part of 20th century being known in the West Europe world by establishment work in the 1980s.This study with individual on former Soviet Union's society by modeling expression of 'total installation' of Kabakov mass of confusion analyze social meaning of his representative work <Ten Characters> that reappear the world of done life as is more meticulous the purpose be .That <Ten Characters> hypostatizes analysis of imaginary person 10 humanity and justices existence during space-time that is former Soviet Union's cooperation apartment, ideology and everyday live in the same house and have unique structure that individual and group are symbiotic.That is, <Ten Characters> of cooperation apartment Grand Narrative and 11th of the 24 seasonal divisions four Little Narrative confusion is done and actuality and imaginary person are accomplishing juxtaposition experience enemy .His work can precede structure brazier of 'dual identity' in such sides.Although such 'dual identity' uses system to talk violence of ideology because do tangle, is resemblant with taking to pieces of Ideological system and homesickness two that it conveys different that do fill here.

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