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Lesson 3 : The Contexts
Transcript of Lesson 3 : The Contexts
Source of inspiration and a wellspring of materials for art production.
C) Everyday Life
Philippine traditional art has always been a part of our daily lives.Its importance lies not only to its aesthetic appearance but also its function.
Different Contexts of Art
A) Artist's Background
Mideo Cruz's "Poleteismo"
e) Mode of Reception
Aside from considering our personal identity as a perceiver of art we must note when, where and how the art was encountered
d) Society , Politics and Economy and History
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Alyssah S. Angintaopan
- Refers to, settings, conditions , circumstance and occurrences affecting the production and reception or audience response to an art work
- A set of background information that helps us formulate meanings about works of art and note how contexts affects form.
The emotional and intellectual meaning of an artwork
Age, gender, culture , economic conditions, social environment and disposition.
A traditional artist's resources differ from an artist reared in a highly urbanized environment
Traditional Art are shared among members of community, resulting works that is very similar in character.
Red Papier-mâché or Taka - from Paete Laguna
Papier-mâché - A french word which means 'chewed paper'
Some artists deliberately foreground their cultural identity in their works.
Abdulmari Asia Imao
He is a national artist awarded on 2006 integrated motifs from culture of Mindanao like, Sarimanok and the other okir designs in his painting
Sarimanok is a rooster carrying a fish on its beak.
the Itotoro is a medium to the spirit world via its unseen twin spirit bird called Inikadowa
Okir or okkil is the term for geometric and flowing designs (often based on an elaborate leaf and vine pattern) and folk motifs that can be usually found in Maranao and Muslim-influenced artwork,
Travels, training and professional development broaden the artist's horizon
T'nalak -is a traditional cloth found in Mindanao island made by a group of people in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato called T'bolis
Tinikling - Imagins a tikling trying to escape field traps set by farmers
Ivatan Houses Batanes - made of stones and fango
Fernando Cueto Amorsolo - The first named as A National Artist painted landscapes romantically that gives warm and cool feeling
Ricarte Maramba Purungan
Depicted nature as an uncontrollable force.
Pabalat or Borlas de Pastillas
bULACAN USING THE PABALAT FOR YEARS CAUSED IT TO TRANSFORM A local FOLK tradition to a popular ART
Art was employed to advance a political agenda, as in case of edifices built during the Marcos regime
Changes in the society, politics and economy affects artists.
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(Country Maiden) is a 1919 Filipino silent film directed by José Nepomuceno. It is the first Filipino feature film to be locally produced in the Philippines.
Brown Brother's Burden
showing the colonized view of his relationship to the white colonizer
White Man's Burden Rudyard Kipling
BenCab showed the falsehood of the white man's burden with his painting
The painting highlights the pain of the brown man carrying the white who has his face deleted
Appropriation - transforming existing materials through the juxtaposition of elements taken from one context and placing it to present alternative meanings, structure and composition
Reception is very much affected by our level of exposure to art forms that may be unfamiliar or have startling or shocking images