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  • Introduction
  • Why is something so simple in retrospect invoke such varied responses? Throughout history, society has always studied both the wars and the arts, but the study and judgment of art has been highly subjective. Visual art, especially, has been so difficult to interpret despite the simplicity of the topic-material produced through human expression. what really is visual art?
  • Why is something so simple in retrospect invoke such varied responses? Throughout history, society has always studied both the wars and the arts, but the study and judgment of art has been highly subjective. Visual art, especially, has been so difficult to interpret despite the simplicity of the topic-material produced through human expression. what really is visual art?
  • Visual art is a product where elements are arranged in a way that appeals to the senses or emotions, explored through a branch of philosophy known as aesthetics.
  • Throughout history, society has always studied both the wars and the arts, but the study and judgment of art has been highly subjective.
  • that many final judgments on a state, society, or even eras, referred to as “the verdict of history” is usually, and probably fairly aesthetic Carthage, France Although the arts may not have been so accentuated during specific times throughout history, many people today judge past societies on their art because art is very reflective of one's society, culture, and the general people in context.
  • Aesthetic quality is dependent on general human experience and culture What we’ve experienced How we view the world, essentially psychology
  • Influence of society Shapes the way we view
  • Description of my doodle blog Collection boxes Doodles instead of drawing Why doodles?

Visual Art Visual Art Presentation Transcript

  • Hee-Young Lee
  • Influence of art in my life
  • What is art? What is art?
  • Human Expression
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  • VERDICT OF HISTORY
  • Judgments How we remember.
  • Aesthetics and beauty as the perfection of imitation.
  • Physiological. visual system. Psychological
  • Psychological What a person perceives is not only an arrangement of objects, colors, shapes, movement and sizes, but an interplay of directed tensions within the mind.
  • Percep tion Human exp erience Culture General views
  • Influence of Society
  • their IDENTITY as a person as well as the SOCIETY.
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  • STHS Doodle Blog
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