Art History

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  • The Importance Of Death In Art

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    nature, before anything else, art is a reflective medium. However, in extension to describing the commonalities of life, its function extends to transforming the contours of the world - especially in a socio-political context - by gathering exposure to certain issues and manipulating emotion. Art describes the world by default, but the tendency of this characteristic to leak into political implications is unavoidable. Whether in terms of culture, religion, or politics, art often describes aspects of

  • The Importance Of Art

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    Art is created to make feel you something. Whether it is disgust, rage, devastation or even joy, as long as it is the artist's deliberation, you may call it art, Art is something which is meant to evoke emotion. It is a representation of what the artist sees. It could be realistic or abstract. Art is a diverse range of human activities and the products of those activities, usually involving imaginative and technical skills. Everything you do is an art in some way, like the way you perform an activity

  • The Importance Of Performance In Art

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    [A] work of art born on the stage lives only for a moment, and no matter how beautiful it may be it cannot be commanded to stay with us (Stanislavski, My Life in Art, 1924). In the field of arts, performance is defined as a discipline based on the body and temporality. It has multiple genealogies; in all of them, performance is an action that pushes the boundaries set by the disciplines from which it spins off. In the context of visual arts, performance arises as part of the dematerialization

  • Gone Girl Film Analysis

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    their context in interpreting events in history. Concerns such as unreliable narrators, subjectivity in perception, media reality, and limitations of memory have been brought up and will be further discussed. In all the 3 films mentioned above, unreliable narrator

  • Detective-Suspense Analysis

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    By using an omniscient narrator, TV series could enable audience to know more than characters, which creates Thriller-Suspense. Like in the case when Joyce is about to be killed, the audience can see the white shadow emerging from his back yet the character could not. “Secret”-Suspense and Detective-Suspense can also be created in the narration adopted omniscient Narrator strategy, yet omniscient Narrator is not the main reason to create these suspense. 5.1.2 Deviating from Chronological Order

  • Wabi Sabi Analysis

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    power, authority, dominance, engagement, and control, whether of others or of nature. The guiding principles of Wabi-sabi fall into nine categories. (Koren, 1994) Although the following category descriptions are in reference to the act of making art, I have found they can be applied to a myriad of real life scenarios. 1.Type - Materials used are organic, not synthetic. They should not be polished or cleaned or adulterated to appear new or contrived. 2.Form - The object is shaped naturally or

  • The Importance Of Humility In History

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    the best at teaching those virtues once reserved for theology--humility in the face of our limited ability to know, and awe in the face of the expanse of human history”. This is another one of Wineburg’s thoughts in regards to history. In other words, history teaches us that we have to be humble and never take anything for granted. History shows what happens to those that just take advantage of everything, and that never ends positively. Humility is one of the most important ideas that we should

  • Globalism In Contemporary Art

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    Globalism in Contemporary Art reflects the interconnectedness of the evolving modern world, as it causes the expansion of global perception and understanding of various cultures. Conflict also arises from such interconnectedness as varying cultures and ideas flow into the same medium. Such unity on a global scale creates a conglomeration of the Contemporary Art world resulting in an “identity crisis” Characterised the growing diversity of Contemporary Art spectrum as an “anything goes” mindset.

  • Concept Of Comparative Literature

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    literatures are their languages, which separate each other. Therefore, the languages of the literatures are important to Comparative Literature in the study of the mutual impact and influence amongst them. Comparative Literature is essential to the history of literature and criticism in their contemporary meaning, because it discloses the trends of artistic and intellectual sources for the National Literature. The comparisons among the authors from different literatures have no historical links cannot

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Singapore's National Education

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    In the past, Singapore’s history took the backseat in education because it was deemed as useless and other disciplines that imparts scientific and technical skills was emphasized to support Singapore’s rapid industrialization. Today, more emphasis were place on the government’s National Education (NE) programme with the aim to “develop national cohesion, the instinct for survival and confidence in the future ”. Six key NE messages were derived from the aims of the NE programme and they are being