Unlocking The Deadlocks of Communication in Visual Arts: A Thermodynamic Deconstruction of ‘Broken Marriages’ A Sculptural Piece
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Keywords

Communication
Thermodynamics
Deconstruction
Visual Arts
Sculptural Piece

How to Cite

Benedict Binebai, & Victoria Seitonghan Maky-Yasoro. (2018). Unlocking The Deadlocks of Communication in Visual Arts: A Thermodynamic Deconstruction of ‘Broken Marriages’ A Sculptural Piece. Liwuram - Journal for the Humanities, 19(1), 2 - 7. Retrieved from http://journals.unimaid.edu.ng/index.php/liwuram/article/view/41

Abstract

This study attempts to deploy literary thermodynamics as a critical tool for a deconstructive analysis of selected sculptural artwork, using “Broken Marriage in the Niger Delta” by Marson Odili as a case study. The paper argues that the sculptural work generates meanings other than what the sculptor intends it to mean. Instead of broken marriages as themes, this paper discovers and recommends domestic violence against women as an appropriate theme. The work by thermodynamic stand of creativity and criticism fails to offer protection, freedom, and balance and therefore is considered a thermodynamic tragic piece.

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