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new, intellectually intensive world perception shall beinadue course revived inthe contemporary architectural criticism .

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Gerasimov, Russia Heinrich Ltzeler on Systematic Approach in Art Studies and Interdisciplinary Perspective Heinrich Ltzeler (19021988) German philosopher and art historian, studied under Max Scheler and Wilhelm Worringer. His opus magnum, Kunsterfahrung und Kunstwissenschaft, was published in 1975 and has never been translated into other languages. Describing different ways and stages ofhuman experience with art whether non-scholar, pre-scholar or scholarly sound, Ltzeler deals with one ofthe most relevant problems: that ofinterdisciplinary perspective inhumanities and the specific features ofinterdisciplinary contacts .

Hildegard Kurt Und Institute for Art, Culture and Sustainability, Germany Predisciplinarity Pathway into Actual Eternity In his teachings atthe Bauhaus avant-guard artist Paul Klee emphasized: In order tobring something genuinely and sustainably new into the world, beitinart or elsewhere, one should not work atthe form ends, where things are explained, classified, determined, but rather asclosely aspossible atand with the formative forces? Yet, where and what are these formative forces? And how can wework with them? Similarly, Wassily Kandinskys writings describe that

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art intends togo beyond visible things tothe living principals from which the physical world originates .

With this asastarting point and drawing oninter- and transdisciplinary ways ofworking, the paper explores predisciplinarity asanew creative approach that connects art and science, while placing both within awider integrity .

Predisciplinary work takes place inanexperiential sphere preliminary tothe separation oftheory and practice. The Greek origin ofthe word theory thea, meaning beholding points tothis sphere. Here, insight and knowledge emerge from aheightened sense ofbeing aswell asfrom anenlivened practice ofperceiving and therefrom ofthinking. Since quantum physics this sphere has become empirically detectable asprimordial, creative aliveness .



Based oncultural science and informed byaphenomenological methodology, the research presented aims atidentifying ways ofgaining knowledge, which provide anexpanded understanding ofboth science and ofart .

This predisciplinar approach focuses onthe inner space within every human being asaprimary workspace waiting tobeexplored. The sacred buildings throughout times and cultures temples, churches, mosques might bephysical manifestations ofthis inner space, inwhich what makes the world alive longs tobecome aware aware ofitself .

Finally, the research explores whether and how predisciplinarity could beapathway toapossibly upcoming era: anera ofEnlivenment. Whereas the Enlightenment intended toelevate mankind from its incapacitation bygranting itrational agency, the Enlivenment would preserve the Enlightenment values such asindividual dignity, justice, and equality, while reconnecting them totheir roots, which lie inthe dynamic, creative omnipresence ofwhat keeps the world alive .

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Sergey Klimenko, Yulia Klimenko, Dmitry Karelin Moscow Architectural Institute (State Academy), Russia

Scientific 3D-Reconstructions of the Architectural Monuments:

Experience of the Moscow Institute of Architecture The paper analyses the experience ofscientific 3D-reconstructions made atthe Moscow Institute ofArchitecture. These reconstructions are made for students yearly papers or aspart oftheoretical works and restorations bythe research fellows. The historical and architectural analysis which has been carried out atthe Architecture and Urban History Department during more than half acentury plays the key role. Scientific architectural reconstructions often become one ofthe methods ofsuch analysis .

The traditional instruments for these reconstructions are hand drawings and paper models. However, during the last 15 years the role ofdigital technologies for this scientific area has increased considerably .

The poster contains several reconstructions ofdifferent monuments from antiquity to18th19thenturies, they are made by the authors themselves or under their supervision. The reconstructions including those made with computer technologies illustrate the different aims of the researchers .






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