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Art & Technology

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Transcript of Art & Technology

PART 1
Cave People & Ancient Cultures
Part 2
Perspective
Cave paintings
Cave People & Ancient Cultures
Art & Technology
They did not realize they already show the “art".

Just want to record how they experienced and understood the world they living.

They showed the art using cave painting.
Presentation
Cave painting from Bulgaria, showing hunters and animals
Cave paintings
Conclusion
Even people did not know what art is, but they already made it.

The so called unreal and unconventional art already existed.

Art is what we can see and hear.
Ancient Cultures
Art is what we can imagine
Comes to the ancient cultures just like Egypt, Chinese, European, etc.

People began to know what art is and started to make their own art

Egypt wall pictures(the same as cave painting)
Chinese myth
Greek legend etc.

Art is not just pictures, but also myth and legend
This time people had a better living standard than before. They began to explore the unknown world.

So the curiosity and fascination about the unknown world drove the ancestors to image it, to explore it, finally to record it.

That can be seen as early art.

Art is what we cannot sense, we imaging.
The discovered of perspective.

This discovery has changed the way people experienced and understood the world.
Ancient Civilization
In the very early period, all of the main Civilization in Earth, including: Ancient Europe, Ancient India, Ancient Egypt and Ancient China. Experienced the world in the same way- 2 dimensional way.
The pictures and artworks do reflected the way people experienced the world.
See
Feel
Think
3 Dimensional Perspective
The School of Athens,
In Italian, is one of the most famous frescoes by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael. The artist was in total command of perspective and were able to create in their art a beautiful and realistic world.
But, both Pictures or Photographs, and even TV and Film. All of these things are fakement. These are kind of magic, cheat our eyes. Let us believe we are experience the real 3D world.
In the future, Perspective will keep going change the way people experience the world.
PART 3
The Present
Painting & Film


.Object

.Color

.Shape

.Background
.Artist’s thought and mood

.Belief
.Reality and illusion
The background
War

.Expressionism

Expressionism was developed as an avant-grades style before the first world war.

.Subjective perspective

.Emotional experience
Eduard Munch
The scream(1893)
Wassily Kandinsky
The pioneer of abstract art
He used their veiled imagery as symbols of the archetypes of death–rebirth and destruction–creation he felt were imminent in the First World War .
.Dadaism
Dada was born out of negative reaction to the horrors of the First World War.

.Rejected reason and logic
.Prizing nonsense, irrationality and intuition
Industrialization
Cubism
A reflection of 20th centry’s industrial civilization and society portrayed by the painters.

.Objects are analyzed, broken up and reassembled in an abstracted form.
.The artist depicts the subject from a multitude of viewpoints to represent the subject
in a greater context.
Commercialization
Pop art
.Popular

.Unabiding

.Mass produced
Andy Warhol
Marilyn Monroe
The artist’s thought and mood
Pablo Picasso
.Blue Period
.Rose Period
.African-influenced Period
.Cubism
.Classicism and surrealism
Blue period(1901-1904)

Influenced by
A trip through Spain.
The suicide of his friend.
Rose period(1904-1906)

Influenced by
Warm relationship with Fernanda Olivier.
Increased exposure to French painting.
Old guitarist (1903)
Family of Saltimbanques (1905)
African-influenced Period(1907-1909)

Inspired by African artifacts
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907)
Cubism period(1909-1912)

Developed along with Georges Braque
Three musicians (1921)
Classicism and surrealism

The most famous -------- Guernica (1937)
This large canvas embodies for many the inhumanity, brutality and hopelessness of war.
Sensible vs. Insensible
Post an example of cave painting from Altamira cave.
35,000 years ago
Using red clay in the soil, so the painting have a red hue.
Perspective
Cave people
Ancient cultures
Present
Future
Films
Films are cultural artifacts created by specific cultures, which reflect those cultures, and in turn, affect them.
Three indispensable elements for film making
Sensible
Insensible
Reality
Imagination
Technology
Experimental
films
Silent era
Modern
Films
Workers leaving the Factory
(1895, Louis Lumiere, French)
Experimental Films
Development of "sensible/ insensible" over time?


What is insensible art caused by?
Roundhay Garden Scene
(1888, Louis Le Prince)
Cave People
Perspective
Cave people
Ancient cultures
Present
Future
Composition VI
Egypt wall painting
Future
Temple of Isis, Philae, Egypt. Dynasty XXVI, 530 B.C. This relief shows Isis protecting her husband Osiris with her wings.
Chinese myth
Dragon
Nuwa & Fuxi
Greek legend
Zeus
King of the gods
Conclusion
Marcel Duchamp
L.H.O.O.Q (1919)
Silent era
A trip to the moon
(1902, Georges, Melies)
Science will will disclose new knowledge


New knowledge leads to a different mind-set of humans


Different mind-set adjusts perception of reality
Modern Films
Technology
Color&Sound
Galileo Galilei
Reality
Editting
Montage
Georges Braque
Pablo Picasso
Depth of field
deep focus/shallow focus
Fruit dish (1913)
The weeping woman (1937)
Knowledge only exists in our heads

No objective reality
Radical Constructivism
Visual effects
3D Film: A 3D film is a motion picture enhances the illusion of depth perception.
TWO PERSPECTIVES-------THREE DIMENSIONAL
3D films were prominently featured in the 1950s in American cinema, and later experienced a worldwide resurgence in the 1980s and 1990s driven by IMAX high-end theaters and Disney themed-venues. 3D films became more and more successful throughout the 2000s, culminating in the unprecedented success of 3D presentations of Avatar (2009).
Key Findings
"insensible/ unconventional" has always existed
Avatar
Different strengts
Film Genres
Science fiction film
Horror films
Varieties of insensible have multiplied
Science/ Knowledge/ Technical Possibilities
Reality needs to be defined with consideration of time
Different level of knowledge/ science
Fantasy films
Drivers may have changed over time
Knowledge & Imagination
Animation film
Time&Space
Time travel
Midnight in Paris (Woody Allen, 2011)
Q&A
Martin
Queenie
Jack
Molly
Sophie
Conclusion
reality
films
imagination
technology
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