What role does art play in local and global societies? Please give an example. In a global society art has the power to change the mind of people and in doing so it causes change within society. For example as seen in Mallika Sarabhai, Dance to change the world, we can see how
In addition to appropriating the subject matter of mass culture, pop art appropriated the techniques of mass production as well. Rauschenberg and Johns had already abandoned individual, titled paintings in favor of large series of works, all depicting the same objects. In the early 1960s the American Andy Warhol carried the idea a step further by adopting the mass-production technique of silk-screening, turning out hundreds of identical prints of Coca-Cola bottles, Campbell’s soup cans, and other familiar subjects. One of the most important artistic movements of the 20th century, pop art not only influenced the work of subsequent artists but also had an impact on the 'real world ' like commercial, graphic, and fashion design. Pop reflects the real world and interprets it.
Art is a tool used to communicate with people; this tool positively impacts contemporary culture, for it brings different cultures closer together, changes opinions, and it is useful in education. Art is used all around the world to express culture. The art forms created by different cultures are shared with one another, and this creates subcultures and links cultures together. It can also create new cultures. This action is called culture globalization (Ma 258).
The excessive participation of all the artists was one of the influential factors in the advancement of the Festival. The artist trusts in an event when he/she feels that its directors are his/her type and feels that there is enough freedom of speech. According to Milton Glaser, “Art is work.” Art is valuable when it is presented as a work. The subject of the end of the semester projects of the art students in those years was the Welcome Spring Festival. They both experienced and performed their work in the city.
Art has been around and a part of humans lives since the beginning of time. The first forms of recognized art were paintings on the side of a cave wall; art has slowly matured and become more sophisticated as time has passed. Works of art come in many forms and can take hours or simply a few minutes. Also, anybody can consider anything art. From some people’s perspective a dot on a piece of paper is the most magnificent artwork in the world.
Keywords: public culture , pictogram , design , display places , orientation and guidance Abstract: The public culture with its simplicity and spontaneity are considered the key of the inherent features of the public cultural history and the title of the civilization identity. In this sense, the interest taken involving the collection, documentation, studying and investment helps to a great extent in understanding the principals of social, cultural, civilizational, informatics, economical and political bases. The term ‘public culture’ is considered a term of two words; public and culture. Culture is all the social activities in its broadest meaning and all the rituals of a given group together with all products of humanitarian activities
Street art is fundamentally defined as just visual art created in public spaces and it comes in a variety of styles. The most common form of street art is graffiti texts, which can be often confused with vandalism. Street Art has always been a subject of debate, especially during its introduction in Singapore during the 1980s. The purpose of this paper is to shed some light into street art, and to uncover the often neglected positive perspective of street art to the general public. The paper will focus on the street art in the context of Singapore and the controversial issues faced by street artists in Singapore as well as the governmental support in promoting Singapore.
The contrasting red and black colors are used in this piece of art as in other works by the artist. As the author of this work stated himself, the piece of art does not have meaning, but it aims at making people react and seek for their own understanding of the painting (Hersh, 1999). However, being produced within the campaign against consumerism, the artwork tends to reveal the critics of social trends and perception of advertising bombarding the
ART FOR URBAN SCAPE Tapasya Mukkamala 1216511116 4/5 B.Arch Semester-VII Gitam School of Architecture Gitam University 1. ABSTRACT This report gives brief illustrations about the importance of urban/civic art in urban spaces. Art plays a role in building up the image of a city. Art installations at major nodes become a way finding tool of a city. Urban art also boosts the economic and tourism of a city.