They had a lot of precisions in their works, and the formulas that they invented later influenced the architecture in the past two millennia. Ancient Greeks enjoyed and loved everything there is to love about architecture with lots of passion. Greeks had two main principles orders in architecture, which were the Doric and Ionic. One of the Greeks best aims to the method of architecture was the Greek Temple. Theatre played a big part in Greeks life.
The original definition of goal orientation was a situated orientation for action in achievement tasks (Ames, 1992; Dweck, 1986). In later on researchers discussed that goal orientation is not just focusing on what people are attempting to achieve, but it defines on why and how people are trying to achieve various objectives (Anderman & Maehr, 1994). Goal Orientation is one of the interesting part of motivation when it comes to learning. There are various investigation on the goal orientation. Several research investigate it as a “state” (e.g., through experimental manipulations or questionnaires that focused on engagement in a specific task) or as a “trait” (e.g., through questionnaires and interviews that focused on cross-situational engagement
Augustus had many achievements which changed the future of Rome and one of his biggest accomplishments has been Pax Romana. Pax Romana is a key point in our history so far. In this time Augustus had managed to rebuild 82 temples using our money and even his own. This has helped our people closer to the gods and make it easier for them to go to the temple. Evidently, his respect for the gods and for our community and for all he was willing to do for our people.
Athens had better cultural achievements. “The myths continued to be popular through the centuries, and major public buildings such as the Parthenon at Athens, the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, and the Temple to Apollo at Delphi were decorated with larger-than-life sculpture representing celebrated scenes from mythology.” (Greek mythology) The architecture of Athens often revolved around pleasing the gods, and because of the fact Parthenon is still standing today, it is still a major architectural influence for modern government buildings. “All citizens in Athens could participate directly in the government. We call this form of government a direct democracy.” (Government in Athens) Due to the fact that their government allowed their people to have a voice, and this affected their culture by making them more involved. Their system of government is also a great achievement because of the fact that Athenian government system is still in use today.
As the White House, US Capitol, and even City Hall are all buildings that are styled from the neoclassical styles that both the Roman's and Greeks presented. It is very popular for domestic and governmental buildings as it provided a sense of power and strength, in the country(s) ability. They were and still are fundamental designs that continues through the
The jumping off point for this project came when I was reflecting on and reviewing my works and practices to date, trying to locate the question of what it is I wish to express. My work thus far has been interrelated and my voice as an artist is imbued within the corporeal and the formal qualities of the materials. My research and practice lie within the human condition, from the somatic to the many varied psychological landscapes we experience. I explore the question of what it means to be human and our understanding of ‘place’ within the world. Maurice Merleau Ponty’s essay ‘Eye and Mind’ examines how art displays the act of viewing, extending from Martin Heidegger’s Being-in-the-world, ‘The Sense of Being’.
It lasted for over 3000 years from 3150 BCE to 30 BCE. ➢ Writing ○ They wrote in hieroglyphics. ○ Papyrus Sheets Compare to Egypt Civilization Continue... ➢ Mathematics ○ The Egyptians needed a good understanding of mathematics and geometry to build the pyramids and other large buildings. They also used math and numbers to keep track of business transactions. For numbers they used a decimal system.
“Greeks attributed almost all of the great achievements to Daedalus-master of all arts Daedalic style.” Also trade brought Greeks into direct contact with monumental stone architecture. Greeks began to visit Egypt regularly, and as they observed the stone buildings they realized the genesis of the Egyptians development of monumental architecture and sculpture. They decided to start with the replacement of wooden pillars with stone ones and the
Then, it proposes the research question and the aims of this research in the underlying negotiations between artist and audience within three forms of relationship: artwork and audience, artist intent and intent transformation, and desirable experience and actual audience experience. Drama, Story, Production, and Interaction formed as DSPI framework is suggested to be used as a conceptual structure to explore answers for the research question. Finally, a methodology how these questions will be introduced. The remainder of this thesis consists of three subsequent cycles, briefly outlined in the following. Cycle 1: Start from Interaction Chapter 2 and 3 as practice cycle 1 describe the explorations of DSPI framework from the perspective of “how Interaction is set into an interactive art installation” in one workshop “Interactive Patina of Culture” and one art project NOTMASKI&II.
The Golden Ratio We live in a world that is based on numbers, but there is a special number that has captivated humanity throughout history. For centuries, this number has received numerous denominations such as Divine Ratio, Phi, Golden Number, Golden Section, 휙 or better known as the Golden Ratio. The golden number, which is represented by the Greek letter Φ (phi), is related to incredible numerical properties, but at the same time, it has unsuspected connections between nature and human creations. The golden ratio has the ability to generate figures of great beauty and incredible properties, such as rectangular polygons on whose sides maintain the divine proportion. We find everyday objects with these polygons, like credit cards that are