Aesthetics
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...Aesthetics Aesthetics [Institute’s Outline Particular studies focusing on aesthetics began in early 18th centuryas theorists and philosophers proposed their theories of harmony, art, music, etc. In brief, Kant proposed that inclusion of concepts and perceptions into art causes impurity in artworks, and thus, objectivity or universality is essential for purity in the artwork. Author indicated that 18th century witnessed development of wild romanticism in art and literature that enabled appreciation of a significant aesthetic notion, ‘Sublimity.’ In addition, Burke showed closer connection of sublimity with pain, rather than pleasure due to consideration of horrific and gloomy... ...
Aesthetics
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...Aesthetics 06 June 2006 AESTHETICS INTRODUCTION In the eighteenth century there was significant development pertaining to judgments of aesthetic value. At one stage aesthetics was relegated entirely to the realm of subjectivism, but soon adherents to objectivism were up in arms against their detractors. Those belonging to the former school of thought contest that beauty lies only "in the eye of the beholder" whereas the latter claim that aesthetic characteristics exist independently of the mind. Ultimately the question is whether the aesthetic quality is subjective or objective and if it is possible to have objective standards of taste. An attempt has been made to answer... this question by...
Aesthetics
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...Aesthetics INTRODUCTION Arthur Danto definition of art may be defined as a work of artas one that has a subject, has style and projects a point of view by means of rhetorical ellipsis that engages the audience participation to fill what is missing and the work in question and the interpretations require an art historical context (Adajian, 2007). The above definition is enhanced and modified by George Dickie who defines art work as artificact which has had conferred on it the status of candidate for appreciation by some person or persons acting in behalf of a certain social institution otherwise referred as the artworld (Dickie, 1995) In todays society speaking of art...
Aesthetics
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...aesthetic experience and that it is driven more by globalization rather than the traditional foundations. This is supported by the fact that most television channels even the local channels air a majority of Western programs (Allesch 96). The globalization of aesthetic experience is propagated by the popular culture, such as in music and movies. A good example is how young people idolize their celebrities, mainly American celebrities. This can be observed in the way they dance to music, adopted accent when talking, and even to the extent of imitating their behaviour (Allesch 98). Most youths globally, have discarded... Question Allesch leans to the alternative that we are entering a new type of global...
Islamic aesthetics
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...Aesthetics: An Alternative Way to Knowledge” by Erzen Erzen, in the article “Islamic Aesthetics: An Alternative Way to Knowledge”, explains how aesthetics in Islamic art is considerably different from the Western art in the effort to refute the allegation that modern art works in the Islamic culture are mere decorative works lacking in meaning and content. In order to build the argument, the scholar begins from the fact that there is visibly very little critical discourse on art and aesthetics in the Islamic world. According to the scholar, the reason why there is little critical discourse on art and beauty in Islamic world is that Islamic art is heavily dependent on Islamic culture. As art... “Islamic...
German Aesthetics
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...Aesthetics Aesthetic ideas according to Kant’s philosophy and the importance of such a concept in explaining and justifying the importance of the art. Introduction Immanuel Kant is sometimes believed to have been the utmost philosopher of the Greeks. Confidently, he dictates the last two century in the logic that, although few philosophers nowadays are sternly talking Kantians, his inspiration is everywhere. These are illustrations of the imagination that happen minus much discerning. This cannot be connected with any determinate concept. He holds that such notions are an equivalent to rational thoughts. These ideas are, as he argues, vital in clarifying how we observe works of art... ...
Aesthetics Methodology
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...Aesthetics Methodology: Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus Other (s) Aesthetics Methodology: Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus Pertinent Contextual Information 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 own reflections in a pool of water (Barnes 22). However, unable, to embrace his reflection or have his love reciprocated, Narcissus died of frustration and was eventually immortalized as a Daffodil flower. Dali’s...
Theater aesthetics
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...aesthetics of the theater are portrayed within these two determinants within Shakespeare’s Hamlet by emphasizing the parallels and shades of meanings that the aesthetic approach belies. In such a way, it is the hope of this author that by expounding upon... ?Although plays such as Hamlet have been analyzed ad nauseam within the world of academics, there are always new methods by which further meaning canbe inferred. One such method is with regards to the manner by which the analyst of a given play can seek to draw a level of understanding and meaning based upon set design and the way in which the actors themselves are clothed. Accordingly, this particular analysis will focus upon the way in which the...
Modern Aesthetics
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...Aesthetics In the late nineteenth century, the organization of social and cultural life shifted severely as a result of increased social mobility with the introduction of the middle class, technical complexity with the advent of complicated machinery, and social diversity as the result of increased colonialisation. These radical changes contributed significantly to the dissolution of the forms of ideology and belief that had sustained society throughout its earlier history. While rationalization and utilitarianism have been respected as ideas, they led to a mode of thinking in which intelligence and culture became underestimated and unappreciated (Eagleton... Modern Writing in Response to Modern...
Aesthetics in Education
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...aesthetics is important today especially when students must learn how to do PowerPoint presentations and create group work. Michael Parsons and Gene Blocker suggest that there are three reasons that aesthetics should be taught in any classroom. First, they believed that aesthetics provided a way to engage students in learning. Secondly, it allowed teachers to bring aesthetics to any lesson in the classroom. Their final reason was so that teaching aesthetics is important to use aesthetics in a way that promotes experiences that students had and that gives them an opportunity to talk about these experiences. When... How Could You, As An Educator, Apply The Above Questions Into Your Teaching? Teaching...
Aesthetics and the Arts
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...Aesthetics Throughout the annuals of recorded history and given consideration of prehistoric artifacts (i.e., such as cave drawings and the implementation of primitive tools), aesthetics and the arts have played a major and prominent role in the development and cultivation of not only cultural ideas of fledging and developed civilizations, but individual statements and connotations of those members within the confines of a particular culture or civilization. Without question, the mere meaning of the word art is subject to interpretation, especially considering the mystifying world of twentieth-century art. Nonetheless, the purpose of this paper is an...
Aesthetics in Web Design
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...Aesthetics in Web Designing covers visual, audio/sound and interactive means. Visual elements will include critical insight into the effects of color use, design, pictures, typography, video clips and flash animations. According to Lisbeth T. (2007), reality is obtained in visual communication when a word is typed/ written, a color is used, a message is displayed on the screen, intentional or unintentional visual expressions communicate to the site’s visitors or onlookers. In web designing, functionality (the user friendliness of an interface and Human Computer Interaction HCI) is the main objective in the bid to creation of an effective website to allow any user to quickly... and...
Philosophy Of Aesthetics
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...Aesthetics Do 'Great' Works Survive Because They Are Great, Or Are They 'Great' Because They Survive Word Count: 5842 Pages: 19 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Aesthetics Described 5 What is a work of art 5 Prior Existence of Convention 6 Aesthetic properties 6 Beauty 6 The value of art 7 Artist's perceptions and intentions 9 A matter of taste 11 The Death of Art 12 Survivability 14 Summary 16 References 18 Introduction This paper hopes to develop the possibility that great works of art survive because they are great; that they don't become great just because they survive. The possibility that a great work of art is the Test of Time, in that it becomes the standard... Philosophy Of...
Art and aesthetics
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...aesthetics: "The Principles of Art" by R.G Collingwood Part 2: Art as Expression The work of art is normally applied to express the feelings of an artist, those feelings that are not easy to express through word of mouth. There are many circumstances when an individual can be asked how they feel, and all they can respond to that question is by saying, “I feel…I don’t know what I feel” (109). In trying to elaborate on these feelings, which an artist cannot possibly put in words, a new channel of expressing oneself emerges in the form of art, where the artist can then express all his/her emotions well without any hindrances, like the one existing when the expression has to be done through... Art and...
Aesthetics- Philosophy of Art
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...aesthetics you have to see for yourself precisely because what you have to "see" is not a property: your knowledge that an aesthetic feature is "in" the object is given by the same criteria that show that you "see" it. To see the sadness in the music and to know that the music is sad are one and the same thing. To agree in the judgment that the music is sad is not to agree in a belief, but in something more like a response or an experience" (Eldridge 145: 2003). It has long been recognized that human beings find a variety of visual and auditory appearances to be extremely fascinating. Certain sunsets, flowers, birdsongs, and beautiful... Academia Research Academia 27 April 2006 Philosophy Of Art "In...
Aesthetics and Experience
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...Aesthetics and Experience FCTX3005 Year 3 Semesters 6 It is all too easy to pass an object and think... Valerie Fowler number: 0603729 ­...
Fashion Videos Aesthetics Analysis
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...Aesthetics Analysis Film In the first film, several cinematographic effects have been used both indecently and I combination so as to create the desired effect of the clip. Presumably, based on the context and end result, it is designed to portray the image of a suave, sophisticated and fashionable individual who is by virtue of those thing qualified and expected to use Dior’s perfume. The lighting used in black and white except for the final shots of the man followed immediately by the perfume bottle which is in color, this could be used to show the viewer that all that manliness, suave and machismo action could be brought to life, by the perfume, which is the objective of the advert... Fashion Videos...
Land Ethics and Land Aesthetics
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...Aesthetics Ethics is a branch of philosophy that principally discusses and deals with human behavioral concepts and characteristics. Ethics attempts to ascertain the fundamentals of judging what is moral from immoral. Moreover, ethics assists humans to act and behave within the societal limitations and remain competitive. Ethics is what makes us human. As much as freedom is essential, humans have obligations and responsibilities to the environment. Land ethics extends these concepts to other branches of philosophy such as, aesthetics, metaphysics, political philosophy, epistemology and social philosophy (Budd 42). Land ethics endeavors to integrate moral values to human... ? Land ethics and Land...
Aesthetics in Early Childhood Education
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...Aesthetics in Early Childhood Education: The Combination of Technology Instruments in Children's Music, Visual aids, and Role Play Instructor Date A. Abstract This paper provides an overview of Aesthetics in Early Childhood education in general, and in particular, it explores children’s music teaching and learning, children’s visual aid, and children’s role-play. The paper pays a special attention to the relationship between technology instruments and the three critical early childhood education activities, namely music teaching and learning, visual aids, and children’s role-play in early child hood education. Undeniably, technology instruments have been located in children’s music teaching... ?...
Aesthetics Methodology:Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus
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...Aesthetics Methodology: Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus Other (s) Aesthetics Methodology: Analysis of Metamorphosis of a Narcissus Pertinent Contextual Information 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 own reflections in a pool of water (Barnes 22). However, unable, to embrace his reflection or have his love reciprocated, Narcissus died of frustration and was eventually immortalized as a Daffodil flower. Dali’s...
Male Aesthetics: A Diversion from the Common
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...Aesthetics: A Diversion from the Common In the world nowadays, the notion of about the male body is changing especially in the realm of pop culture. There is an inherent assertion about these representations of the male body that deals with the representations of sex and gender together with its generalizations and complexities. Bordo, in my opinion, is a very keen philosopher since she has tried to problematize a very delicate matter: the male body. Throughout her essay, Bordo has focused on how the male form, nude or dressed, is being scrutinized under the eyes the different people in the society under the paradigm of consumerist capitalism. Even though she has touched...
The Aesthetics of the Dell Corporate Blog
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...Aesthetics of the Dell Corporate Blog The blog  Dell is a computer manufacturer with its corporate blog available at http://en.community.dell.com/dell-blogs/default.aspx. The company describes the blog as a place to exchange news about latest technological developments with its customers. A Visual Description of the Blog  The Dell Corporate Blog looks quite plain and dull at first sight. The page is devoid of any images except the one picture of Dell HQ used in the header. White Space is dominant throughout the page. The emphasis seems to be on clarity and structure. This is important as the blog contains a lot of information for the viewer. The Dell Corporate also acts as...
The Aesthetics of Parent-Child Shared Reading Wordless Storybooks
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...Aesthetics of Parent-Child Shared Reading Wordless Storybooks Introduction Learning in children is a topic that has generated a lot of attention among many researchers in the world. Particularly the participation of a parent in child learning has become an agenda that has not yet been fully satisfied by literature. For effective child learning, there is much emphasis on curriculum modeling and the use effective learning tools that motivates, induce creativity and develop the child’s learning and awareness abilities.The use of wordless story books that have an impact on the child’s learning process has been recommended at the elementary level as the best... ? Parent-Child Shared Reading College: The...
Summary of The X-files and the Aesthetics and Politics of Postmodern Pop
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...Aesthetics and Politics of Postmodern Pop’ examines the television drama The X-Files from a post-modern literary perspective. Within this context the essay examines both the aesthetics of the television and the aesthetic elements of greater post-modern ideology. In the article’s opening section Kellner argues that the X-Files television shows subverts traditional television aesthetics of series television. Within this argument the general aesthetic background of television is presented, with contrasts made between modernist notions of the art artifact and the largely kitsch or disregarded artistry that emerged... Summary From an overarching perspective Kellner’s (1999) article ‘The X-Files and the...
Visual aesthetics in movie "Once upon a time in the west", and "Frida"
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...Aesthetics in: "Once upon a time in the west" and "Frida" By s of College Introduction This aesthetic analysis will focus on two films: Frida and Once Upon a Time in the West. Each film will be examined with selected scenes being used to discuss the visual aesthetical properties of their contents. These aesthetical elements will also be discussed in terms of how they interact with the films musical score. The analysis will reveal that although these films are both dissimilar in terms of the era in which they were made, their aesthetical rudiments remain true to the visual styles in which they are trying to achieve. Frida Like Kahlo's art, "Frida" is entirely focused on expressing... Visual...
How DSLR cinematography is affecting the aesthetics of motion picture for cinema.
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...Aesthetics of Motion Picture for Cinema. Topic: How DSLR cinematography is affecting the aesthetics of motion picturefor cinema The main aim of the research is to investigate how DSLR has changed the nature of movies and has revolutionized the film industry. The research questions will include; How the affordability and portability of DSLR cameras has led to the emergence of independent filmmakers in New York? How the DSLR has affected the aesthetics of films and the new dimensions introduced in film making? How have DSLR cameras democratized the film industry through the emergence of independent filmmakers and how has this affected the established... industry. According to Francis Cappola,...
Computational Aesthetics: Evaluation of Computer Ability to determine Human Aesthetic Reaction
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...Aesthetics: Evaluation of Computer Ability to determine Human Aesthetic Reaction 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. The preliminary survey revealed that 4 factors – Luminosity, Exposure to Light, Saturation and Smoothness. Next research objective was to calculate the weights or the relative importance that human beings assign to these factors. This part of the research... ?Computational...
Analysis of the 6th Chapter of "The Aesthetics of the Natural Environments"
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...aesthetics of the Natural Environments,”eds.Allen Carlson & Arnold Berleant (Broadway press, 2004){C&B} This is an anthology of sixteen essays from the same number of writers, drawn from the field of environmental aesthetics. This book offers a cross disciplinary approach into the field of environmental aesthetics. Chapter six of the book is a review of the book by Ronald Hepburn, titled Landscape and Metaphysical imagination. According to Hepburn appreciating landscape aesthetically is an experience within which many layers can be distinguished. Appreciating landscapes may involve purely sensory layers such as sight, sound and smell. Rely do this layers exist... Analyse chapter 6 of the book “The...
Analysis of the 2nd Chapter of "The Aesthetics of the Natural Environments"
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...Aesthetics of Natural Environment Chapter 10 of this books talks generally about the interaction of the environment, the natural resources and its transformation through different ways especially architecture. It explains how the architecture has in the recent years become very popular and interesting for human beings. The chapter compares the practical factors and the natural arts. It is mainly and widely talking about architecture; its broad and fast expansion, which include its effects (Carson & Berleant, 2007). The chapter explains how the modern times has transformed the natural arts into what it is now in terms of environment, compares it to ages back when the environment's... Lecturer: The...
The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern Aesthetics - It's Evolution, Past and Present
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...Aesthetics The article by Boon on “The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern Aesthetics is a robust defence of the screenplay as a form of literature which has, until now, been “ignored and abandoned”2 by critics and scholars. Boon cites the main reason for this neglect as the genre’s interstitial nature, which simply means that it stands in between genres, and indeed also in between the author and the finished product, which is the film or television program. It is simply a fact of life that the public tend to view films and television programs in their finished state, complete with the contributions of actors and directors, and unless this finished product is a re... ?The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern...
The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern Aesthetics - It's Evolution, Past and Present
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...Aesthetics The article by Boon on “The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern Aesthetics is a robust defence of the screenplay as a form of literature which has, until now, been “ignored and abandoned”2 by critics and scholars. Boon cites the main reason for this neglect as the genre’s interstitial nature, which simply means that it stands in between genres, and indeed also in between the author and the finished product, which is the film or television program. It is simply a fact of life that the public tend to view films and television programs in their finished state, complete with the contributions of actors and directors, and unless this finished product is a re... The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern...
Aesthetics: Using Aesthetigrams
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...Aesthetic Encounters The experience of encountering this specific painting was highly moving and inspirational. The work itself is Gabriel Max’s ‘The Raising of Jairus’ Daughter’. Max was a 19th century bohemian artist residing in Prague who completed this work in 1878. My encounters with the painting followed through many of stages. Notably, my understanding of these works was increasingly influenced and mediated through a variety of inputs, including my own self-conscious reflection on the interaction process, phenomenological theoretical considerations, art-historical theory on the work, theories on art interaction that emphasize the cognitive and affective poles of interaction, and my... Part A –...
What is specific about digital image and how can digital aesthetics be described through a reference to glitch? Give examples.
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...aesthetics... a possibility to glance at the softwares inner structure... although a glitch does not reveal the true functionality of the computer, it shows the ghostly conventionality of the forms by which digital spaces are organized." (Goriunova & Shulgin, p.114, 2008) The glitch is symbolic of the artist’s individuality through the inherent singularity of space, time, and mind represented in its moment of overcoming, simultaneous with its... Where the digital represents exact order and precise control of virtual realities through mathematical dualities as symbolized in binary or machine language, the "glitch" in digital art is an example of chaos in order, or the moment of singularity as expressed by ...
Analyze the following passage in terms of the Nietzsche's account of aesthetics in the birth of the tragedy
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...aesthetics in The Birthof Tragedy:   Nietzsche’s “The Birth of Tragedy” takes a somewhat different approach to the exemplification of the then “modern” art that was beginning to come to prominence in the world in which he lived. What is peculiar and interesting about Nietzsche’s analysis of such is the fact that he outright rejected it of having any merit and saw it as indicative of the decline of Western civilization. By opening his discussion by comparing the current representation of art with the way in which former advanced civilizations had embraced a degree of decadence and pessimism, Nietzsche is able... Section/# Analysis 2. Analyse the following passage in terms of the Nietzsche’s account of...
Can the anthropology of art be the same thing as the anthropology of aesthetics? You must base your essay on precise ethnographi
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...aesthetics which relate to this. When looking at different art forms, there are questions which arise first with the history, society and culture. However, the aesthetics also create a different determination with the meaning and understanding of the piece. Even though the anthropology of art is one which is defined by examining various pieces, it is not the same as the anthropology of aesthetics. The differences between the two arise with the defining and interpretation of the artwork as well as the expectations which come from various ethnographic samples... ?Introduction Defining the various concepts and beliefs of the arts in anthropology is one which is debated because of the determinations of...
Iranian cinama : Aesthetics and Culture
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...aesthetic concern. Whatever the case, this film depicts that quite well. Amiro is the protagonist... An analysis of the Runner The Iranian society has come a long way. From the eighties when poverty was rife to the currenteconomic transformation, the country has witnessed what can be said to be a revolution. The film, The runner, depicts the nature of life in the Iranian society of the time. The film was directed by Amir Naderi. The film was in the eighties, 1985 to be precise. In essence, the film follows the life of a young boy who is the protagonist. The boy’s name is Amiro. The life of Amiro represented the struggles that many Iranians at the time went through. The following discourse is acritical ...
Critically compare 'Modern Times' with Fritz Langs Metropolis and/or E.M. Forsters The Machine Stops. Comparatively asses their engagement with both modernity and modernist aesthetics.
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...Aesthetics - An Introduction Modernity is a term which defines the modern era and is different from modernism. In simple words, modernity is used to define the various intellectual and cultural movements which took place between the periods 1630 to 1940. Likewise, the term “modern” can also be used to describe the onset of the industrial revolution which took place in the early 19 century and it can also be used to define the life and culture of people who dwelled in the sixteenth century. While some schools of thought suggest that modernity was replaced by post-modernity in the late 20 century, others believe that it is still prevalent and has not changed since its inception... Modernity And Modern...
Interodiction to Aesthetics and Visual Culture
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...Technology’s Influence on Art Technology allows artists to explore new mediums that were not previously available. Three dimensional modeling on computers and various other programs graphical effects provided on various programs allows artists to do things with their art that were unavailable to previous generations of artists. However, the influence that computers in particular have had on art in general does not compare to the influence that an earlier, less advanced technological break-through had on the arts. That technology, so seemingly commonplace now, is photography. The influence of technology on art goes beyond simply providing new mediums to use. Artists, or more specifically... Influence...
Technological innovation dictates film form. Is this true? Using at least two primary sources, answer this question in relation to the impact on film form (e.g. film genre, narrative, aesthetics) of one technological development in film history pre-
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...aesthetics, as well as sound. Sound is one of the inputs that are mostly taken for granted when people are watching a film. The truth is an era in which films were silent before innovation of sound existed. These were known as silent films, which did not have any synchronized sound, recorded and no dialogue that was spoken. These films used title cards, mime, and muted gestures to entertain the audiences (Obrien, 2005). The thought of combining the motion pictures with recording of sound is almost as old as invention of film form itself. However, this idea was not crystallized into synchronized dialogue until the late 1920’s due to the technological challenges that were... Technological Development...
Indonesian Art and Culture A look at the religious/aesthetics/values/physical environment aspects in Indonesian culture and how international companies exploited them to penetrate in the local market.
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...aesthetics, physical environment, values and religious aspects in the culture of Indonesia and ways in which international companies exploit these to establish in the local market. In order to achieve the above objectives, extensive review of literature will be useful for understanding both Indonesian market and international marketing strategies. These literature ranges from difference between Indonesian and western culture, changing nature of Indonesian market, acceptance of foreign brands to negative influence of international brands on Indonesian culture and art. It is observed that companies and brands had to alter... Indonesian Art and Culture Contents Executive Summary 2 Introduction 3...
Art, Self & Knowledge - Aesthetics Book Review and Thought
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... The perception and role of Artwork For one to understand any form of artwork, he is required to grasp the basic content that the work tends to postulate and to understand the message and feelings that the artwork brings forth. This then engages the element of perception. Ideally, perception tends to differ from one person to another depending on how one chooses to represent the art forms he beholds and interpret it in a form that makes sense to him in his own unique or special way. Other elements that tend to come in play is the understanding of what role such elements as ‘exemplarization’ and self-consciousness play when it comes to understanding a form of art and making sense... The perception and...
How each film uses aesthetics to offer a truth about the world.
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...Aesthetic realism in films. Aesthetic realism is characterized by a general atmosphere of authenti Andre Bazin, a French film theorist and critic, argued that aesthetic realism portrays: truth, naturalness, authenticity, and is a cinema of duration. The necessary characteristics of aesthetic realism in film include: A definite social context; A sense of historical actuality and immediacy; Political commitment to progressive social change; Authentic on-location shooting as opposed to the artificial studio; A rejection of classical Hollywood acting styles; extensive use of non-professional actors as much as possible; A...
1)Colour plays a major role in the films of Raise the Red Lantern (Zhang Yimou, 1991), Farewell My Concubine (Chen Kaige),In the Mood for Love (Wong Kar Wai) . Choose ONE film and discuss the importance of colour for its aesthetics and meaning.
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...aesthetic. Everyone n one... Role of color in the film Farewell my Concubine Introduction Film production is a multi-staged process that begins with the conception of the idea. Film communicates; it communicates the message conceived in the minds of its producer. After forming the idea, a case in which is after identifying a story, a producers sets out to marshal all the necessary and available tools with which to package the message thus making it achieve its goal. There are several tools that a producer can possibly use to package a story; these are called elements of film production. These are commonly occurring but unless one is a student of film, it becomes difficult to notice and analyze thereby...
Glam Rock as a genre (Queen being the prime example), and its reception. For a long time after its peak in the 70s and 80s, it was vilified, but in recent years bands like The Darkness and Lady GaGa have self-consciously appropriated Glam aesthetics.
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... Glam Rock Glam Rock, often called Glitter rock, developed in the U.K. during the 1970s and is associated with singers and musicians wearing flamboyant clothes, make-up and hairstyles reflecting more of a costume appearance. The groups were not only theatrical in appearance, but on the stage as well using various motifs from science fiction to popular movies themes. There was mixed reception of the style as many associated this with homosexuality. However, countless successful acts used this style such as David Bowie, Queen, Boy George and the Sex Pistols. This style was embodied throughout the United States well in the 1980s and worked for some bands, but many failed to achieve a following... Glam Rock ...
Can the aesthetic give us insights into the nature of International politics? How?
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...aesthetic give us insights into the nature of International politics? Aesthetics is the philosophical branch of inquiry that deals with principles underlying and guiding the work of art, beauty, perception, and appreciation. As a philosophy, aesthetics refers to the study of sensory values. Aesthetics deals more with seeing and sensing the world due to its ability to assume sensory levels and collective agreements regarding a contemporary matter such as international politics and beauty (Young, 2009:3-4). Since aesthetic depends on factors like time and culture, this research paper will seek to assess whether aesthetic us the insights into the nature of international politics... of...
Photography in the 19th Century
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...Aesthetics and Documentary Natures The evolution of photography in the 19th century created different movements which made such medium of art a perfect way to transmit messages unto its audience. Aside from the aesthetics which inculcates the appropriate sentiments of emotions and feelings from the audience, an implication of immediate action could also be traced with the photographs produced during such time. This can be evidenced through documentary photography of selected photographers in the 19th century. This paper will argue that both aesthetics and social documentary were dominant natures of photography during the 19th century. It will first... ? (YOUR (THE Photography in the 19th Century: Its...
Critical Assessment of Two Music Reviews
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...Aesthetics is philosophy that evaluates beauty and quality of an art. Basically, aesthetics ofany music will ponder on the quality of the music and enjoyment of the same (Scruton. R, 1997). Always, popular music primarily depends on the time period and culture of the society. This piece of writing comparatively examines the aesthetic criteria used in two contrasting reviews of an album in popular music. I have chosen ‘Sorry For Party Rocking’ by LMFAO for this evaluation. This small assessment paper describes the critical assessment of two music reviews written by two popular music review sites, www.allmusic.com and www.rollingstone.com... on the album ‘Sorry For Party Rocking ‘. Literature...
Aesthetic Perspectives
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...Aesthetic Perspectives This 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. “Mystic Package” is a painting on paper by Claudio Bravo made in 1967 (Horsley, 2003). 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 touted as the greatest Latin American realist (Horsley, 2003). The painting depicts a paper package of considerable size wound around by wire, seemingly in order to keep it secure... ?Harris Kamran Visual Arts Exploratory Paper 5 April...
Two Music Reviews of Sorry For Party Rocking by LMFAO
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...Aesthetics is philosophy that evaluates beauty and quality of an art. Basically, aestheticsof any music will ponder on the quality of the music and enjoyment of the same (Scruton. R, 1997). Always, popular music primarily depends on the time period and culture of the society. This piece of writing comparatively examines the aesthetic criteria used in two contrasting reviews of an album in popular music. I have chosen ‘Sorry For Party Rocking’ by LMFAO for this evaluation. This small assessment paper describes the critical assessment of two music reviews written by two popular music review sites, www.allmusic.com and www.rollingstone.com... on the album ‘Sorry For Party Rocking ‘....
Brands Hop on the Handbag Wagon
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...aesthetics, and quality of my products. Coupled with the price positioning offered by the contemporary market segment, higher aesthetics and quality would ensure that I get to grasp the attention of the market. Consumers would get to appreciate the quality and aesthetics of the bag in relation to designer brands. Consumer research would enable the designer to create a product that is in connection with the customer tastes and preferences. Reference Sidell, M. W. (2015, March 17). Brands Hop on the Handbag Wagon. Retrieved March 17, 2015, from The New School: A University: http://wwd.com.libproxy.newschool.edu/accessories-news/handbags/brands-hop-on-the-handbag-wagon-8223027/... Contemporary brands...
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