Which, to me makes the art far more intimate and personal than other styles. Marla was driven purely by her love of painting and seeing that in the videos made me want to understand more pieces of Modern Art. On the other hand this film also made me realized that I could never just “view” works of Modern Art without at least story of why the artist did it. To me, it loses its value once the story attached to it is no longer
Following this artist allowed him find an interest in street art and allowed him to meet new artists along his way. Thierry met Banksy (one of the most well-known street artists) who remained anonymous throughout the movie and Banksy allowed Thierry to follow him and document his work. By perceiving street art and how it’s made, from encouragement from Banksy, Thierry was able to start his own work under the name of Mr. Brainwash by hiring people create art per his vision and he was able to open a gallery that he made a lot of money out of it. Mr.
The film focuses on the characters lives and how they can keep going when they struggle with society. The film uses rhetorical strategies such as pathos, ethos, and logos to make this movie bring emotions, blank stares, and leave the audience to question reality. The purpose of the specific camera shots and angles is to provide an appropriate view of the movie. Lastly, the use of persuasion to allow the audience to interpret what the film says versus the thoughts in their head. The film does a good job of pointing out the flaws in our system and a specific culture that the flaws
The nature of the Dr. Bledsoe’s office also corresponds to the motives of institutions like the state college the narrator attends. The narrator is blindsided by Dr. Bledsoe and the college’s power to manipulate students; he fails to see the negative impact it has on him. In Dr. Bledsoe’s office the narrator demonstrates his yearning and admiration of power by the trophies and plaques that adorn the wall (Ellison 137). However, the narrator fails to follow the ideals of museum culture, where museums should engage viewers to interpret objects, exchange memories, and create a personal response to exhibits that induce fantasizing (Hall 782). The disillusionment in the narrator here is shown, where from the structure and the college, the narrator demonstrates the inability of his
The author of this book presents the fact that people’s demeanors can often be misleading. Specifically, one of the characters in To Kill a Mockingbird to prove the statement true that people are not what they seem is Dolphus Raymond. When the Atticus’s court case is going on, Scout and Dill take a small break and exit the building to calm Dill down. When they are out, they meet Dolphus Raymond and during their conversation, he says, “‘It ain’t honest but it’s mighty helpful to folks.
The Hollywood writers and directors have a social responsibility to avoid stereotyping ethnic characters because of several reasons: helping connect the audiences with movies, encouraging Asian actors to be more active, and having a good feedback from the audiences to their movie. First of all, the Hollywood writers and directors should have a social responsibility to avoid stereotyping ethnic characters that help to connect the audiences with their movie. Movie is very popular in the entertainment, so there are many people watch movie when they have free time to relax. The number of people watching the movie is not only the American people, but also many Asian or other ethnics.
“Stereotypes have created a distortion of how every individual should be.” Taken from Jorge Robles essay, he has said it better than I could ever have. Stereotypes is harmful to our society, because it creates a negative environment and it makes people think less of themselves. Most stereotypes are negative. These negative comments effect everyone, especially teenagers.
If they believe they have, they are able to create anything. They may not have to work hard to create a nice painting, get positive feedback, nor have their works displayed in museums. But as what I have said before, talent will not be enough. Desire matter too, whether you would pursue art as a career or practice it as a hobby. It is desire, along with the application, that keeps one’s talent relevant.
If it was well known that art was done in the way Tim implies it is done, then there would be no questioning. The fact that this process of using the Camera Obscura is new to the audience leaves many doubts. Everything Tim does throughout the film could also be considered the opposite of art as well, because there is this stigma with art, the audience has a hard time seeing Tim as an artist. The truth is what Tim did was something most viewers have never seen before. Because the viewer believes that the meaning of art contains originality, skill, and imagination the meaning begins to wear