Przeświecanie idei Boga w sztuce, czyli o symbolice katedry gotyckiej w Nostalgii Andrieja Tarkowskiego


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Andrei Tarkovski


“Nostalghia” (1983) by Andrei Tarkowski is an outstanding materialization of Hegel’s concept of a work of art. Te flm is that pretense which is a bridge between perceptually perceptible matter and inexpressible idea. It is a work of art that, in a mediated way, abolishes the dialectics of sensory and conceptual experience and becomes in itself a beauty shining through a metaphysical, even mystical thought, elusive and elusive. Nothing essentially defnes Tarkowski’s cinema, and in particular “Nostalgia”, whose main symbolic heroine is a gothic temple that embodies the idea that shines through through the symbolism of light. Inexpressible for centuries, intuition of the Soul, God, Creator – is realized through the gothic cathedral. Tere is a great return to the sources, to the Absolute – to the worlds of Plato, Pseudo-Dionysius Aeropagita and divine light. Te idea behind Tarkowski found a material, architectural medium, which with its majesty expresses the heart and soul – speaking in silence with eternity. Perhaps a work of flm art, as a synthesis of arts, can be the most perfect medium known to man, which allows, by uniting a variety of rich means of expression, to capture and visualize the inexpressible. Te idea of God.