After all, it seems to me that, using a symbol is a good choice to intensify the image or characteristics which creators want to share with audience. Nonetheless, people have different experiences; sometimes these various factors expose audience to misinterpretation, and some producers feel that they fail in their duty to render ideas to audience. Anyway, to me, the most important thing when people analyse a work is not just to understand the creator 's purpose, but to pull out and use personal experience to interpret and reveal our own understandings. As long as there are adequate supports, it is not wrong to manifest new ideas. Besides, for producers, some of them may think that they fail to communicate with audience, yet some of them, and I also, think that if audience gives even little thoughts about our works after they are finish, we already carry the day.
In order to overcome the first challenge, Pixar came up with an open culture of getting the employees to speak out their opinions and suggestions. However, this culture is actually triggers another fundamental challenge in which the employees are often felt intimidated and lack of confidence to speak out their ideas and suggestions. Other fundamental challenge occurs in the process of combining art into technology. It is not easy to getting people in different disciplines to treat one another as peers is just as important as getting people within disciplines to do so. In order to overcome the fundamental challenges, Pixar is applying two types of creativity.
People can rely on literacy and social awareness to help them be better aware and more thoughtful. But when people have neither of these skills it can harm the view they have of their surroundings. Fahrenheit 451 is an example of what would happen if social awareness and literacy were looked down on. Over time in the society where everything takes place in, not many are socially aware or can read, resulting to people going to great lengths for their beliefs and wants that they don 't really think through. In the novel Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury shows that literacy and social awareness are important for society through the use of characterization and symbolism in the story.
Because art is the product of our thoughts and feelings interpreted by sense perception, and if language shapes the way we think, therefore, language affects art. It is important to know about he interaction of ways of knowledge with a certain areas of knowledge, in creating knowledge, because it helps strengthen the knowledge gained, and understand the importance of sense perception in obtaining the desired knowledge, as well as language that is of a paramount importance in gaining knowledge because it is the most importance cognitive faculty that the human being can’t start a life without. A deaf person would argue that language doesn't necessarily translate to words, language can go beyond that, for people with disabilities to hear or speak, sign language would be the best for them, however, this type of language is not understandable by everybody, that is why body language comes as a substitute. On the other hand, every human being, despite their origin or background, would argue that they can’t live without
Though the poster is not meant to possess the same original “cult value” as the original painting, nor does it have an authentic aura, it maintains a more aesthetic role amongst the public. Benjamin describes this as an artwork’s “exhibition value,” where the focus is placed on the work’s exposure and how it can be shown to others. In this case, posters become accessible to share between friends and families. It essentially connects people of different communities and backgrounds as it becomes a more familiar symbol. In the end, a shift occurs in the way people receive and respond to the Mona Lisa, giving the artwork more cultural value due to its
I believe the artist’s work allowed for an audience like myself to be able to separate the two. I don’t believe everyone has the ability to separate their own beliefs from common belief. Commonly, people may find it disrespectful for stepping on the flag. Call me selfish or whatever you may see fit, but I value my voice and opinion more than I value a piece of fabric. I think a work of art this controversial is always a great way to learn and understand how people perceive and understand things differently in the world - whether it’s politics, beliefs, or something as small as a flag on the
Without a subject or contextual knowledge, difficulties arise for artists to communicating their emotions across the audience. Conversely, artists creating an art piece with a context provide common ground for understanding. But they would create art works for an intended audience. In filming I Not Stupid, Neo had in mind a Singaporean audience, whom arguably has a greater understanding and deep-rooted sentiments of the former educational landscape. When typical Singaporeans watch I Not Stupid, they would have a greater emotional response in comparison to non-Singaporeans or Singaporeans lacking background
Advertising also plays a major role in socialization by creating and reinforcing stereotypes. Instead of using this new and powerful agent to create awareness and educate people to ameliorate our environment, still advertisers are sometimes incapable of finding the right
This has challenged a lot of people as they have not been faced with these sorts of challenges of experiencing a concealed object before in the timeframe given. Most of us have to settle for the photographs the artist has taken to document the event. The artwork is ‘experiential’ because the artwork would leave the audience with intense and memorable experiences. The artwork challenges them to remember what the object originally looked like before it was concealed, changing their impressions of the object in the process.Christo and Jeanne-Claude 's art interventions changed the way we see the physical form of the site as the viewers start to appreciate their ‘formal, energetic, and volumetric qualities’. They also
However, developing such a design may not be straightforward. In any case, such designs are rare in many exhibitions that I have visited. As I tried to find the reason behind such a reality, I discovered that the professionals worry about designing ethical products because they feel that these compromise the aesthetics aspect. Their sense of creativity may also be limited when ethics are considered; there are many limits when it comes to creation of ethical designs, which makes it almost impossible to formulate unique and attractive pieces, yet clients may be interested in designs that speak volumes and that express life’s realities, which may only be achieved when designers are left to be as creative as possible without being limited by ethical codes of