The authentic nature of the painting is virtually gone. Leaving the audience feeling that the piece does not qualify as “art”. While the work itself is wonderful and delightfully realistic, the fact that it was so easy for Tim brings the audience to see that it didn't take much skill and or passion. While it was time consuming and Tim was determined the fact that it was not original, or skillful leaves the audience to see that the work does not fall under the category of art. The work lacked meaning.
He says that we respond to outer events or objects immediately. However, when it comes to art it is not the same story. Getting art requires experience, knowledge and insight as Noë said while comparing getting art to getting joke. Therefore, viewing art stimulates much more feelings in our brain, than seeing regular objects. Noë concludes that the fact that neuroscience ignores this truth and does not give plausible explanation makes it a weak way to study human
While reading “The Trouble with (the Term) Art,” written by Carolyn Dean in the summer of 2006, we are taken through an array of different scenarios that lead us to questions what art really is. Dean explores the idea that the word “art” is used far too often and too habitually, and that as we study the non-Western cultures we need to use much more discretion regarding what we call the different pieces of their culture. Throughout the essay, Dean supports her thesis that we too often categorize non-Western pieces as art by using different examples of how certain non-art pieces were deemed as art throughout the course of their history. Dean does this by using four key examples of how these ancient pieces are inappropriately called art to successfully support her thesis and avoid biases. In order to successfully follow through with the support of her thesis statement in her essay, I found four main categories of mistakes that many use to categorize non-art as art.
In the previous section we saw that, according to Wagner, true art comes as an expression of life at its fullest. Accordingly, this is possible only if certain conditions are met: not just any form-of-life is capable of producing true art, insofar as we do not necessarily express existence in its full potential . In this, Wagner is influenced by Schopenhauer, expecially as he conceives art as the product of our Anschaungsvermögen. This concept designates both the human drive to create art, as well as the intuitive faculty that allows us to grasp the metaphysical Ur-eine . An existence capable of producing true art is one which cultivates and exercises this faculty.
The group responded to the assignment by writing one essay explaining that it was stupid to write who each person thought they were because each person was a basket case, criminal, brain, athlete, and a princess. The assignment was meant to be
For example, he is stupid because he said “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it sights! For I never saw true beauty till this night”( 1.5.53-54) to explain that he saw Juliet in one night and said that he was in love with her which that is crazy. Another example that tells you why he is stupid is that he said about Juliet to himself “I cannot counter wall the exchange of soy that one short minute gives me her sight” that is stupid because you don't just love someone in one short minute. Other undesirable traits that Romeo has is he falls in love too easily.
An art in the first place should be relatable not through our interpretation, but on how the artist exemplifies it. Art should be translated into the language that both the artists and the viewers understand. Citing an example is the performance of Melati Suryodarmo. While watching, people may see it as a dance of fall, of the slide, up and down however, there are reasons beyond those movements. The translation is obviously concentrated
The movie may have presented a particular message such as love for the country, and the history of the Philippines, but the end message would still depend on how will the audience see and view the movie. Audience’s perception is not only limited to the interpretive process of the audience but it is influenced as well by external factors such as the culture and tradition in the community and the interaction among members of the group. This theory recognizes the differences in the perspective of each person through the premises presented in the theoretical framework. Through this, a behavior and action is made by the audience who were able to watch the
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