A CURSORY JOURNEY: BEFORE
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Take a quick stroll through the Mustill Store and the Cascade Lock Park without talking to anyone including your family members, classmates and the park volunteers. As you saunter though the environs that include the Mustill Store and the Cascade Lock Park, A thick response is… a response that “pays more attention to the cognitive, the referential, the…
Essay on 'psychical distance and 'significant form' in artwork (Bullough and Bell)
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date:      Essay on 'psychical distance and 'significant form' in artwork (Bullough and Bell) Physical distance refers to the connection that an individual has with an aesthetic work or object. Significant form refers to significant associations between color, shapes, lines and other sensory elements.… While Bell and Bullough’s notion…
Relativism vs. Objectivism in Aesthetic Evaluation
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Relativism vs. Objectivism in Aesthetic Evaluation The criteria on which personal views on objects or events are based are usually differentiated, being influenced by the beliefs of each individual. Under certain terms, subjective views, i.e. those views based on objects or events that can be evaluated differently are not accepted as valid.… In accordance with…
Visual Politics Writing Responses assignment
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Olson, Finnegan and Hope (2010) strongly assert that acts of remembering and memorializing are distinct in their features like rhetoric past and material practices. They ensure that memories of historically significant events and individuals are kept alive through visual… The rhetoric significance of the artefact becomes critical issue that invites fresh…
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The artists are Diana Guerrero-Marcia and Morel Darrel. According to the articles, contemporary artists are now using the old art styles in their work. Formerly, old artistic styles were viewed as a taboo in the… However, Darrel uses it in the modern world to express emotions. For instance, the artist uses different textures and fabrics to express different…
Philosophy of Art Monroe Beardsley's Aesthetic Definition of Art
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In the article, "Aesthetic Definition of Art" Monroe Beardsley describes unique philosophy of art and its meaning for a modern man. Monroe Beardsley states that modern art has eschewed the representation of people, things, and events. Modern art does not offer us pictures of triumphant generals, but rather color fields.… The paper will review the min concepts…
Computational Aesthetics: Evaluation of Computer Ability to determine Human Aesthetic Reaction
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Computational Aesthetics: Evaluation of Computer Ability to determine Human Aesthetic Reaction Abstract The current reseach aimed at seggregating a list of attributes that human being use to assess the aesthetic appeal of photographic images. This involved obtaining a list of attributes that have been proposed and research by other researchers, and then conducting a preliminary survey of 20 randomly selected respondents who provided their own preferences.…
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The Running Fence Project reportedly undertaken by Christo and Jean-Claude in 1976 apparently energized the local community in such a way that it enhanced the aesthetic value of the landscape where the running fence was installed (Running Fence Revisited, n.d.). As emphasized by… The very nature of art that focuses on the artistic and creative expression of…
Aesthetic Essay
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Random House Dictionary (2009) defines beauty as “the quality present in a thing or person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind, whether arising from… ..""Aesthetics"" or esthetics is a branch of philosophy dealing with the definition of beauty” (Singh 2008). The concept of beauty is subjective in nature as it had been popularly coined…
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There is also coverage of different views, arguments, and perception as photography is concerned. In the first section, there is a reflection on Robert Adams photography. Adam’s work is noted to focus on changes that… The picture helps in showing that both natural and human may have some relationship. His work is also seen as different from recent…
Aesthetic relativism versus aesthetic objectivism
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The notion of anesthetic was introduced in the eighteenth century, and the term aesthetic has now become used to designate things like, kind of object, kind of experience, kind of judgment as well as a kind of value.… end the relation between aesthetic experience and value? Of late questions have arisen and have been likely to have a skeptical cast, as to…
Aesthetic Perspectives
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his paper purports to discuss the aesthetic perspectives in art by comparing and contrasting two pairs of artwork. The first pair to be analyzed is the “Mystic Package” by Claudio Bravo and “Rabbit” by Jeff Koons.… It is an artwork using the media chalk, conte crayon and ink on paper, and is an example of a Realist painting (Horsley, 2003). In fact, Bravo was…
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Punks musical form is violent and its stylistic aesthetic includes Mohawk hair, bondage gear, and safety pin earrings. Korean punk songs rarely invoke romantic motives. Punk dancing… Punk rock has grown among the Korean youth giving them a day-to-day chance to expresses their energy and relieve stress as they dance wildly. He recognizes the consequent…
Abstract aesthetic standards
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Abstract aesthetic standards tend to take more philosophical position on the value of a piece of written literature rather than paying attention to the core message of the written literature, which is often hidden in the writings … Clearly abstract aesthetic standards tend to take a more philosophical position on the value of a piece of written literature…
Aesthetics Methodology:Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus
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The painting “Metamorphosis of a Narcissus” by Salvador Dali is largely based on an interpretation of the ancient Greek myth of Narcissus.According to the Greek mythology, Narcissus was a beautiful youth who loved himself … However, unable, to embrace his reflection or have his love reciprocated, Narcissus died of frustration and was eventually immortalized as…
Aesthetics Methodology
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The iconic painting “Metamorphosis of a Narcissus” by Salvador Dali in 1937 is largely based on an interpretation of the ancient Greek myth of Narcissus. According to the Greek mythology, Narcissus was a beautiful youth who loved himself so much that he felt in love with his… Next to him is an eroded stone figure that closely resembles him but is perceived…
Fashion Function & Aesthetic
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The essay analyzes the Fashion Function & Aesthetic. Clothing may have been a way of covering our bodies or a form of protection from weather but not anymore. Different stages in the development of human race have been marked with different ways of dressing.… The essay "Fashion Function & Aesthetic" talks about Innovative Materials and Digital Technologies for…
Aesthetics and the Arts
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Throughout the annuals of recorded history and given consideration of prehistoric artifacts,aesthetics and the arts have played a major and prominent role in the development and cultivation of not only cultural ideas of fledging,but individual statements of those members within the confines of a particular culture … Without question, the mere meaning of the…
Anthropology: Japanese Body Aesthetic
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Clients Name Name of Professor Name of Class Date Beauty Up: Exploring Contemporary Japanese Body Aesthetics: The Normalcy of Cultural Change Introduction Through influences that include internal and external forces within and from outside of Japan, the aesthetics of beauty within the culture has been in a constant state of transition in which change has occurred.…
Eyck, Jan van The Arnolfini Portrait 1434; oil on oak
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Aesthetic response, formal and historical theories, as discussed in Preble’s Artforms will be applied in this artwork. Aesthetic or functional theories of art are in many ways the most perceptive theories of art.… For such a function, an aim is essential, and thus agency – the artist and this has been richly applied in the artwork as it will be seen in the…
Chapter Four Reading Response
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Reading the assignment was exciting, particularly, I learnt the following two interesting pieces of new information: the innermost value of monuments and arts as compared to the physical or aesthetic value and the historical origins of engineering expressions in relation to… t of Egypt whereas Ashoka fought for power and control in India in addition to…
Choose one art piece , and a theory that can be related to that art piece and relate the theory and the art piece
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It allows individuals to pass inner feelings as well as creativity to the world (Winona State U 1). Art is important in society since great cultures and civilizations attribute success to… However, the theories are inaccurate, in exhaustive, bias and incomplete (Winona State U 1). This paper focuses on “The Last Supper” painting by Leonardo da Vinci and…
Discuss ideas from Understanding Comics- What did you learned
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Subject: Visual Arts and Film Studies, Essay Date: Topic: Discuss ideas from Understanding Comics- What did you learn? To understand Scott McCloud’s “Understanding Comics,” I give a simple analogy. From a stone block, a sculptor chisels out, piece by piece, that which is not part of the statue, and finally a statue of his conception emerges.… McCloud makes…
Analyse the development of the police/crime series in terms of a move toward a 'realist' aesthetic (in terms of form and theme)(you may identify some exeptions to this development)
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It is exacting an increasingly heavy toll, both in terms of human and financial. The United States has to its credit, the highest rate of incarceration in the world. It holds more than 2 million prisoners. Incarcerated… But the major issue facing the prison administration all over the world today relates to drug addiction. The combustible younger generation is…
Musical investigation of the Faahae Tabu using concepts of Music
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This research is discussing the connection between language and music, the role of performance and the background of such interaction. … The relationship of music to language has been a topic of renewed debate in recent years. Many orientations and methodologies have been applied to musico-linguistic studies, from Chomsky's generative grammar to semiotics.…
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