Dijital Sanatta İmgenin Fenomenolojik Yapısı
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The phenomenological structure of the digital art has been examined on the basis of the phenomenological behaviours of theorists such as Husserl, Heidegger and Ponty. While referencing phenomenological behaviours of Husserl and Ponty on different works of art, this study focuses on the evaluation of digital images within the framework of this phenomenological structure. Growing dominance of the sense of vision on the other senses of our body, has started to emerge as a structure that disrupts the perception process of the individual. Especially since the period we call the modern age, the thoughts which claims that the images are perceived only in the mind have argued that the sense of vision emerged as an act without a body. However, digitalization reversed this situation and revealed that the process of perception of the image should be reconsidered. Thus, digitalization has demolished the thoughts that claim that images are perceived only in the mind, and revealed that other actions of the body are also important factors in the process of perception of images. This study reveals that the images are no longer static two-dimensional structures and it further analyses the transformation of images into interactive structures through digitalization and the processes of reacting to different movements of the human body.