BORJA’S ECCE HOMO: NETWORK, DIALOGUED ART AND DEMOPOIESIS

Jose Angel Bergua, Cecilia Serrano, Diana Valero, Marta Plumed

Abstract


The phenomenon that occurred with the restoration of Ecce Homo in Borja (Zaragoza) has not gone unnoticed by the mass media in countries around the world, since it appeared in early August 2012 in a small notice of this restoration appeared in the blog of the Borjans’ Studies Center. Thus, though the paper aims to deepen the triple determination that we believe has caused an isolated incident to become a worldwide media boom. We refer to the nature on the communicative global level, collaborative or dialogued nature and the interaction that have been generated by the creators and observers. From here we reflect on the social nature that this new pictorial creation has generated both from mass media and from various samples of creativity and different conceptions of art.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19044/esj.2013.v9n19p%25p


European Scientific Journal (ESJ)

 

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