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such as classical music which instead of
conveying a truth or message provokes us
into reflection of the response we have to it. Representing reality- Rothko's chapel does not represent reality yet is still valuable art. Reveals truth- Great art could tell us a lie and still be great, like El Greco's paintings of Mary Magdalene, or Vladimirski's Roses for Stalin. Andy Warhol's Cambell soup cans is also considered great art yet does not reveal any truths. You cannot define a chair as something with four legs since there are many things that do not have four legs yet are still chairs. This definition is too narrow Imitation- There are things that imitate that are not considered art, for example Facebook photos of friends on holiday, or a parrot. Representation- Symbols on a map or road signs represent without being considered art Reveals truths- Journalism reveals truths without being art. Illuminates- Absolutely anything could illuminate our experiences, such as a sunset. Real world Art Art takes us further from the truth Responses Art could be closer to the truth, Michelangelo's David isn't like any man as it is too 'perfect' so is closer to the 'truth' Art does not need to copy, Jackson Pollock Art entertains, makes it possible to empathize with characters and informs in a more personal way