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Der fliegende Pfeil

Paradigmen zu einer Poetik der Bewegung in der französischen Moderne

Münchberg, Katharina

Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft, Bd. 55 (2010), Iss. 1: S. 69–89

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Münchberg, Katharina


The art of the modern age, particularly the lyric poetry, develops an own aesthetic conception of the movement which breaks with the classic idea of the movement as a spatial change of a body in time. Baudelaires À une Passante, Rimbauds Bateau ivre and Paul Valérys Le Cimetière Marin are three paradigmatic texts of the French modern age, in which movement is reflected as a time-space-continuum and materialized in the dynamic of language. Modern art is itself movement and causes movement. It becomes an art of the development, not sub- stance, an art of pure sensory perception, not concept, an art of discontinuous adventures, not experience.