ARTICLE TITLE: The Aesthetical Imperative of the Contemporary Intermedial Text
AUTHORS: Kaida L.
ABSTRACT: The paper focuses on the aesthetical imperative of the contemporary intermedial text, as well as on the feedback in the dialogue between the author and the reader/spectator that shapes their aesthetical identity. The linguo-philosophical concept of the composition and the author's identity with regard to the compositional poetics of a text become key in the study of aesthetics. The authors argues that an effective aesthetical model of co-creation between the reader and the author is required.
KEYWORDS: aesthetics , aesthetical code , imperative , aesthetical model of co-creation , composition , compositional poetics
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