Creation And The Function Of Art

Author: Jason Tuckwell
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1350010782
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This book examines the deviations at play within logical forms, the subject, and upon phusis to better situate the role of the function in poiesis (art).

Aesthetic Creation

Author: Nick Zangwill
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199261873
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Aesthetic Creation also contains a detailed exposition and critique of a range of rival views, including Dickie's institutional theory of art, accounts of art that make essential reference to an audience, and sociological theories which ...

The Creation Of Art

Author: Berys Gaut
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521812344
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A collection of essays on creativity by a distinguished roster of philosophers of art.

The Arts And The Creation Of Mind

Author: Elliot W. Eisner
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300105117
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Learning in and through the visual arts can develop complex and subtle aspects of the mind. Reviews in: Journal of aesthetic education. 38(2004)4(Winter. 71-98), available M05-194.

Art Of Ancient Egypt

Author: Edith Watts
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0870998536
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hat we call Egyptian art was originally created for religious and magical
Wpurposes. Its symbols and functions reveal the Egyptians' beliefs about the
world and their attempts to understand and relate to it. In the Egyptian social and
religious context, works of art played a practical role, whose straightforward
physicality is not easy for the modern viewer to realize. For example, the reliefs
on temple walls depicting the king making offerings to the gods and smiting
Egypt's enemies not only ...

The Principles Of Art

Author: Robin George Collingwood
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195002096
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In order that a work of art should be created, the prospective artist (as we saw in
the preceding chapter) must have in him certain unexpressed emotions, and
must also have the wherewithal to express them. ... speak of the artist's relation to
his works of art as that of a creator, I am not giving any excuse to unintelligent
persons who think, whether in praise or dispraise of my notions, that I am raising
the function of art to the level of something divine or making the artist into a kind
of God.

The Dance Of Death

Author: Dubem Okafor
Publisher: Africa World Press
ISBN: 9780865435551
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line was very thin and tenuous (Achebe, Morning Yet On Creation Day 22). The
artist and the consumers of his/her art were one; his/her art belonged to all, and
was a function of society. The artist was an integrated member of the culturally
homogeneous collectivity. S/he thus belonged to, and was part of the society
which, in turn, though always jealously guarding its supremacy over the
individual members, recognized his/her merits and often rewarded him/her
materially and socially.

Art Heals

Author: Shaun McNiff
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 9780834827295
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In this book, Shaun McNiff, a leader in expressive arts therapy for more than three decades, reflects on a wide spectrum of activities aimed at reviving art's traditional healing function.

Architectural Theory Of Modernism

Author: Ute Poerschke
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131724561X
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be read as a kind of rule of three, which becomes very clear in the last two lines
of this quotation: “composition or function? art or life?” From this rule of three
follows not only that art relates to composition as life relates to function but also
that art relates to life as composition relates to function (see Figure 4.1). This
second reading is ... to one another. Composition and function are therefore
comparable in this way: composition as an act of creation in art, function as an act
of creation in ...