Issues


Issues: 1-5 | 6-6
Downloads: 233

THE COMMUNICATIONAL AND INFORMATIONAL VALUE OF PARK ENVIRONMENT AS AN AESTHETIC OBJECT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE AESTHETIC VIEW FORMATION OF THE SOCIETY

Nadiia Gatalska

National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, Department of Landscape
Architecture and Park-Garden Construction, 19 Heneral Rodimtsev Str., Kiev, Ukraine.
E-mail: gatalska@ukr.net

Abstract:

The purpose of the research is to identify the specific features and patterns in the formation
of the communicational and informational structure of the park environment as an aesthetic object
of anthropogenic origin, which provides a connection in space-time continuum between its
formation and perception subjects. As a result of analytical researches of scientific sources of
literature, it is revealed that an important general aspect of natural landscape perception, as well
as urban and park landscape perception as an aesthetic object, is multisensory (perception is
due to all senses), which is fundamentally different from works of art that are calculated on the
visual sphere of perception (works of fine art) or hearing (music). Along with the multisensority of
the perception, park landscape, as a rule, is impossible to reach immediately, perception occurs
as a series of landscapes. It is revealed that the main factors limiting the formation and the perception
of the park landscape as a communicative-informational aesthetic object is the time that
affects the variability of the material forms of the object on one hand and the aesthetic experience
of the person – on the other. Such circumstances determine the logical changes in the information-
value function of the landscape in the structure of the object-subjective relations of the park
environment-man system. On the basis of the results of the analysis of scientific works aimed at
studying the aesthetics of the landscape, a model of subject-object relations of man and a park
environment as a unified system was developed.

(Forestry Ideas, 2018, Vol. 24, No. 1) [Download]
Issues: 1-5 | 6-6