As human society has evolved humans have valued art, as humans we still see a reason at to why we should value art. Our enjoyment of art arises from the experience or experiencing that art. Art is something that should be felt in the moment and be spontaneous. People try experience art with the idea that it needs to enjoy in a certain way to get the full effect. This gives conflict to what art really is and what we as humans think is.
“Empathy is more useful and more important. It requires more rigor. That rigor will make an artist stronger of heart and spirit.” (Pg-124) “Being outside does not mean being without compassion. But it does mean that you may sometimes become clinical.” An artist should put more heart and empathy in their work to make it better. To sum up the discussion whether or not an artist needs empathy or knowledge to become a great artist, the answer is clear… they do.
(FROM WHERE) But how far true it is, is still questioned. According to one of the artists, Satria Utama, even if there is a disadvantage to the movement, he still think that this disadvantage itself would give an advantage to the society or country or both in one way or another. For example, even though graffiti (tagging and scribbling) is sometimes viewed as an act of vandalism, it can somehow educate the society on how to appreciate the beauty of dark side in life. In this particular piece, the quote “life was for free but to live, it will cost your life” means that life is given easily and freely but living it is a task and it cost us in a way, maybe in sufferings or pain. Furthermore, they can also bring more advantages, given that, the artists themselves know their role in the society.
The authors describe here the idea of "Connoisseurship". But my question is, the well-bred person is also a member of a society and he holds an individual culture, political and social standard. He is also an individual and has an individual way or practice of looking.So how can he or she define the good and bad choice of others without influence of own way of perception? They owned their own perception and ways of seeing.So how this process will be impartial?As we read in the section "Collecting, Display, and Institutional Critique"that the value of art or image rely on who holds it's ownership. It will be institutions like museums and private collectors.But these institutions is affected by the gaze power.Here I found the Fred Wilson's "Guarded View"(1991) image interesting about institutional critique.
In the discussion of Native America, the representation of identity plays a large role in defining meaning to either a particular work or group. In the same way that we may look at ancient Roman architecture and attempt to construct an identity for a civilization and the individuals that made up that particular society. We use artifacts and art to help us define how groups of ancient civilizations looked and acted. The voices of these lost generations become lost or muted, as we as the viewers and interpreters are giving these objects meanings. This theme of reinterpreting meaning in art plays a large role in the work of contemporary artist James Luna.
Humans are influenced by their surroundings and the people in their lives. Different people have different ideologies, depending on their culture. Since their ideologies are different, people will look at things, like literacy, through unique perspectives. Depending on the effect someone’s culture has on them, they will view Antigone and Oedipus the King as two different literary works. For instance, if someone grew up in a culture where the women had to completely obey a man’s word.
Rites of passage help people part the society. It’s making their lives easier or harder than it already was. It might not put a big change as other types of passages. I think there would be a lot of benefits to our culture having a rite of passage. The problem is finding an appropriate task to do.
The main theme of the play The Archaic, Looking Out, The Night Knight proposes to co-habitation of two coded and clearly distinct forms of research and composition. After several years in art galleries, it began to be obvious that I needed to return to the process in the studio to improve the work. It was at this time that I occasionally developed the piece, having access to studio time to settle and organize content. It might help to mention why the direction and need to put the body in space and time which emerged in the context of art galleries. We define a "Live installation" as an installation activated by the physical presence of a body.
Do you mean "By combining these two different 12-tone rows"? Integral Serialism There is another more specific and limited type of 12-tone music, in which every element of the composition is restricted based on the form of the row that is being used. In integral serialism, aspects of the composition in addition to the order of the row are restricted. A composer writing integral serialism may choose to assign specific dynamics or a specific rhythm to each version of the row. The amount of assignment can vary from restricting one element or several elements, choosing from rhythm, dynamics, register and articulations.
On the other hand, vernacular can make you feel the same thing, but instead it uses words to connect, rather then just instruments. I know from personal experience that cultivated and vernacular music have made me feel very deeply, and both very lively and cheerful, it is all about how the music makes you feel. It can make two different people feel completely different things as well, it depends on the person. Cultivated and Vernacular music bring out emotions in people, sometimes emotions that they didn't even know they had, they make life a better more enjoyable place for anyone willing to
There are many artists coming from different cultural, social, and economical backgrounds, but out of all these differences, inventive individuals go after a similar goal which is to make creative work. However, there is more to it than making works of art and that is finding purpose or discovering reasons to why the artist is making a piece. Artists may work on an art project that is intended for a smaller group of viewers while other artists may go for a larger audience and it generally comes down to what message the artist is trying to convey. Depending where an artwork is situated in can impact the way a viewer perceives a certain image; this is why it is important for artists to think about the space in which they want to exhibit their
While this is the case in the observer of the art it is a different story for the artist. When they go to create their art they have a set emotion in mind and they work to integrate it into their piece. Imagination is used in their creative process. Through using their imagination, they are able to get the emotion that they desire into the art and the reaction that they desire from the audience. To fully understand how an art network works it can help to relate it to an artist.
Because of this, it is a masterpiece of the ancient world and it can teach archaeologists about the culture of this time period. Its excavation and finding is even impactful in the archaeological society of today. The culture of this time period was typical for this time period around the world. There were social classes, specific foods that they were supposed to eat, slaves, and many other things that other cultures in this period of time had. The culture of this Chinese dynasty and future dynasties of China to come helps archaeologists to understand the tomb and its builders more clearly.
Wendell Castle Wendell Castle was born and educated in Kansas but moved to New York in 1961 and is where he has done most of work so far. He was well known for being the father of the art furniture movement. He has taught at the school of American Craftsmen. He is a sculptor, designer, and an educator for more than four decades. Wendell Castle has been an inspiration and influenced many art designers.
The nature of art is created when the artist intends one thing but the viewer perceives the work differently. This changes the meaning and does not necessarily mean either person has to adjust their views. This idea corresponds closely with the way that Bornstein talks about her own work. She talks about her experiences with mirrors, vision, movement and the mind. All of these different ways of seeing now affects the way she makes art.