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Transcript of Art
27 Responses to the Question "What is Art?"
Filling a space in a beautiful way. That's what art means to me. -
To me the thing that art does for life is to clean it – to strip it to form. -
Art is a habit-forming drug. -
Ars longa, vita brevis. -
Questions after KQ
If you disagree with/ don't like it, is it art?
If you don't understand the meaning behind it, is it art?
Does art have to mean something for everyone?
Nature of Art, Beauty, Taste
Synonym philosophy of Art
Free moral/ political purpose
Art in Aesthetics
Discriminate Sensory Level
Subjective and Universal
Judgement based on...
Book: What is Art?
Why does everyone see art so differently?
How can past experiences shape what we consider art?
What is art?
Who defines what art is?
Dangers within "Art"
content of art
evolution of knowledge
evolution of art
History of Art
Maximo Caminero vs. Ai Wei Wei
Caminero destroyed Ai Weiwei's art piece
"support local artist not international "
Neolithic Vases dipped in paint
Art around the world
Oxygen theory of combustion: Antoine Lavoisier, 1775
Carl Wilhelm Scheele
Art serves as a commemoration of an important event
Art of great importance for religious ritual
Is art defined or identified by our emotions?
Everything will be called art
emphasizes emotion rather than encourage it
Art of plastic Surgery
Positives & Negatives
Plastic Surgery -> Dangerous
Art of Imperfection
Who determines what our flaws are?
Some comfort gained from the acceptance of the inherent lies in everything
Copy of a Copy
Why Art is Important
Realization in external form of a true idea
imitation and pleasure in recognizing likenesses
completes its deficiencies
views based on different society
Prehistoric art-> first art 500,000 years old
As propaganda or Social Commentary
Iron age-> Early writing systems
TED Talk by Katerina Gregos
Form of free expression
room for creative imagination
Allows for what cannot be defined
Changes the way we think
importance cannot be limited