Between Philosophy and Art : The Avant-Garde Work of Debora Vogel

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WERNER, Sylwia, 2019. Between Philosophy and Art : The Avant-Garde Work of Debora Vogel. In: East European Jewish Affairs. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. 49(1), pp. 20-41. ISSN 0038-545X. eISSN 1743-971X. Available under: doi: 10.1080/13501674.2019.1618166

@article{Werner2019Betwe-59288, title={Between Philosophy and Art : The Avant-Garde Work of Debora Vogel}, year={2019}, doi={10.1080/13501674.2019.1618166}, number={1}, volume={49}, issn={0038-545X}, journal={East European Jewish Affairs}, pages={20--41}, author={Werner, Sylwia} }

2022-11-25T10:33:47Z Between Philosophy and Art : The Avant-Garde Work of Debora Vogel Werner, Sylwia eng 2022-11-25T10:33:47Z 2019 terms-of-use Debora Vogel (1900–1942) helped develop modernism in Lviv in the interwar period. As a philosopher and writer, she was able to make connections between the dominant Polish school of philosophical logic (the so-called Lviv-Warsaw School) and the artistic circles in Lviv, to which Bruno Schulz, Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz and Leon Chwistek belonged.<br /><br />Inspired by Cubism and Surrealism, but also by recent philosophical discussions, Vogel developed a writing technique called montage. In her poems and prose written in Yiddish and Polish, she reflected on the relationship between humans and modern urban architecture, playing with mathematical or geometric words and color predicates. At the same time she abandoned traditional narrative models with her style of writing.<br /><br />In view of the above, this article presents Vogel's experimental writing practices and aesthetics concepts by locating her work in Lviv's culture of knowledge. Werner, Sylwia

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