Conceptual art

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  • Michelangelo's Argumentative Analysis

    become experts in their field, which prompted them to create such creative pieces of art work. These ideas can only be contributed to creative cognition of insight. Some researchers believe that creative cognition stems from expertise in your particular domain, but there is surmountable evidence surrounding the argument that creative cognition is deeply rooted in insight. “Creative thinking is central to the arts, sciences and everyday life.” (Roger. E Beaty, 2016) The study of creative…

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  • Arnolfini Wedding Analysis

    Throughout history, works of art often include symbolism or metaphorical imagery. In Jan Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Wedding, he uses figuration and purposeful narrative to pass on conceptual ideas, human qualities, moral lessons, and hidden significance that alludes to more than what is first obvious to the eye. Although artists for the most part utilize imagery, they might likewise decide to speak to imagery and descriptions of an individual or concealed nature, subsequently denying most viewers full…

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  • Analysis Of Yayoi Kusama

    illness and how she used it in and through her art. I will investigate how much she has contributed towards, and what impact she has made on the art world. I would like to collate and analyse the existing literature and sources of information about her, concentrating on the fundamentals of abstract art and minimalism. This will be in order to understand why and how she exposes her inner vulnerability, which comes from her mental disorder, in her field of art, and shares it with the viewer. To…

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  • Interactive Art Museum Space Analysis

    Cynthia, Polk Molly, and Buck Lisa. “The Dilemma of Interactive Art Museum Spaces.” Art Education 56.5 (2003): 42-52. Web. Accessed 26 September 2016. This paper analyzes the conversion of contemporary interactive art through its intentions to influence youth culture with creative play, but ultimately sacrifices the deeper excruciation of art and its representations. The author presents two main issues, the challenge of interactive art to educate and its challenge to interrelate. Through…

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  • Marcel Duchamp And Gormley Analysis

    actions. Two such visionaries are the conceptual artists Marcel Duchamp and Antony Gormley who have successfully experimented with both the form and philosophy of art. Marcel duchamp defied the traditionalist movement, through challenging the conventional styles which have been around for centuries. Nevertheless, becoming the founding father of one of the most recognised forms of art, known as conceptual art of which Gormley later became a renowned figure. Conceptual art can’t be directly…

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  • Happenings, Fluxus And Performance Art Analysis

    Performance Art has been a active sector of art in the past century. The origins of this kind of art started in the mid-1950s and has only grown larger. The movement of visual art to a more conceptual, somatic experience was most prominent with the rise of Happenings and the Fluxus movement. Art, as demonstrated by these movements was more than an experience separate from the viewer, but instead a holistic experience that included both mind and body. These movements allowed more interaction…

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  • The Picture Of Dorian Gray Essay

    Gray, Oscar Wide writes: “It is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors”. Discuss this statement with close reference to the text. Introduction The quote, “It is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors,” is a case in point of Dorian Gray’s portrait. Dorian’s image reflects his inner self, and mirrors his soul. The Picture of Dorian Gray highlights the idea of aestheticism and challenges influence of art over an individual instead of the realities of life. This essay…

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  • One Hundred Live And Die Analysis

    Bruce Nauman’s One Hundred Live and Die, 1984, is an intricate piece combining the world of high art and the low art of advertisement using word play. It is a work containing one hundred words, fifty with “live” following them and fifty with “die,” in neon lights that light up individually, in rows, and then all together, creating visual patterns. The word combinations include actions, emotions, and colors. One Hundred Live and Die uses the game of language to leave the meaning of the work open…

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  • Ecstasy And Lottery By Jeanette Winterson Analysis

    n Art Objects, Essays on Ecstasy and Effrontery, by Jeanette Winterson, she stresses that art objects have another language of its own. Winterson since interested in Modernism, came to know about Roger Fry, after reading a biography on him by Virginia Woolf. Winterson’s initial experiences to the museum were unnerving, because of the crowd and, multiplicity of artworks, her failure to admiring art at first attempts, lack of exposure to contemporary arts, and, unfamiliarity towards some art…

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  • Expressive Arts Therapy

    practices of expressive arts therapy, art therapists are not well versed in the rapidly growing array of computer tools at their disposal, and computer programmers need guidance in adapting available tools in new ways that are appropriate for clients with serious impairment. For artists and programmers to understand the power of expressive arts therapy it is first essential to clarify its goals and the clinical principles on which successful treatment depends. Expressive arts therapy is a…

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