Post Number:#2 December 4th, 2009, 1:28 am
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Tiansheng146 wrote:whatever that invoke emotions
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Post Number:#6 December 29th, 2009, 11:58 am
Kasper wrote:What is art?
What makes it so beautifull to us ?
And what is the purpose of art in evolutionary sense ?
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Post Number:#10 January 22nd, 2010, 4:38 am
Kasper.Just an emotion is not art, but when we put that emotion in a box, so that the observer has to think about it, and little by little, he will get a glimpse of what the creator wants to say, then it becomes beautifull.
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Post Number:#13 January 23rd, 2010, 2:40 am
Apeman wrote:Audience/viewers/society/community/the human race has nothing to do with the deciding of what is and isnt Art. Since the Art exists in its making, the process, and NOT in the artifact or sustainable representation that may or may not get the attention of anyone, then the Art is singularly for the advancement of the INDIVIDUAL that is executing it. The "do-ing" is everything. Without this isolated and detached act there would be no intellectual development in us possessors of elevated awareness. This ACT of unrequired, uncommissioned, un-patroned and quite un-called-for creativity is exactly what bleeds out into the minds (incidentally) of masses of humanity...irrepairably improving them a little bit at a time.
Post Number:#14 January 23rd, 2010, 5:32 am
Do you think that, if something may be considered a piece of art, that the creator of the object must have the intention of calling it that, or does the audience of the object, say, the critics of it, have the authority of entitling it that?
Post Number:#15 January 23rd, 2010, 12:11 pm
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