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While influencing scientific and cultural structure, art resorts to various resources or inspired from them. One of the main sources is nature that art applies and in which a lot of artists research for its structure and try to do earthly and metaphysical analyzes. Metamorphosis in this context is also the area where art is benefited from nature. Jan Fabre, who was one of the important figures, and who used metamorphosis and influenced art at his time, continues his art process starting with drawings and sculptures with his works bring different disciplines together and theater.
Fabre’s artistic understanding can be read in two main axes and in the context clinging them. These axes built on the past and metamorphosis are accompanied by concepts such as life, death, beauty, nature, reason, feeling, memory, retention, life stress, physical endurance etc. While the artist in his works makes a reference to the traces of the past and the works of the masters, he also uses metamorphosis not only conceptually but on works as well. In this article, review of literature, the artist's views on his work and interpretation of his productions will be used as a method.
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