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Spiritual Art And Art Education

Author: Janis Lander
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134667892
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This book is a study of contemporary spirituality as it is practiced in the world today, characterized by its secular and inclusive nature, and applied to art and art education. It identifies the issues facing a formal introduction of contemporary spiritual concepts into a secular and multicultural arts educational environment. Lander begins by separating the notion of "the spiritual" from the study of organized religions. She uses examples of art from different cultures in contemporary spiritual systems, making the study a reference book for contemporary spirituality and spirituality in art education, with usable definitions and practical examples suitable for scholars in art and visual studies, art education, and contemporary spirituality.

Performing Beauty In Participatory Art And Culture

Author: Falk Heinrich
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317755170
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This book investigates the notion of beauty in participatory art, an interdisciplinary form that necessitates the audience’s agential participation and that is often seen in interactive art and technology-driven media installations. After considering established theories of beauty, for example, Plato, Alison, Hume, Kant, Gadamer and Santayana through to McMahon and Sartwell, Heinrich argues that the experience of beauty in participatory art demands a revised notion of beauty; a conception that accounts for the performative and ludic turn within various art forms and which is, in a broader sense, a notion of beauty suited to a participatory and technology-saturated culture. Through case studies of participatory art, he provides an art-theoretical approach to the concept of performative beauty; an approach that is then applied to the wider context of media and design artefacts.

Collaborative Art In The Twenty First Century

Author: Sondra Bacharach
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317387430
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Collaboration in the arts is no longer a conscious choice to make a deliberate artistic statement, but instead a necessity of artistic survival. In today’s hybrid world of virtual mobility, collaboration decentralizes creative strategies, enabling artists to carve new territories and maintain practice-based autonomy in an increasingly commercial and saturated art world. Collaboration now transforms not only artistic practices but also the development of cultural institutions, communities and personal lifestyles. This book explores why collaboration has become so integrated into a greater understanding of creative artistic practice. It draws on an emerging generation of contributors—from the arts, art history, sociology, political science, and philosophy—to engage directly with the diverse and interdisciplinary nature of collaborative practice of the future.

Installation Art And The Practices Of Archivalism

Author: David Houston Jones
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317679067
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On the leading edge of trauma and archival studies, this timely book engages with the recent growth in visual projects that respond to the archive, focusing in particular on installation art. It traces a line of argument from practitioners who explicitly depict the archive (Samuel Beckett, Christian Boltanski, Art & Language, Walid Raad) to those whose materials and practices are archival (Mirosław Bałka, Jean-Luc Godard, Silvia Kolbowski, Boltanski, Atom Egoyan). Jones considers in particular the widespread nostalgia for ‘archival’ media such as analogue photographs and film. He analyses the innovative strategies by which such artefacts are incorporated, examining five distinct types of archival practice: the intermedial, testimonial, personal, relational and monumentalist.

Art Education In A Climate Of Reform

Author: Charles M. Dorn
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Education
ISBN: 9781578867882
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This book presents changes in the art world, art education, art theory, social theory, and aesthetics from the beginning of art education to the present in order to build a case for the combination of social theory and art education.

Das Kunstwerk Im Zeitalter Seiner Technischen Reproduzierbarkeit

Author: Walter Benjamin
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 3518734059
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Walter Benjamin beschreibt in dem Aufsatz Das Kunstwerk im Zeitalter seiner technischen Reproduzierbarkeit die geschichtlichen, sozialen und ästhetischen Prozesse, die mit der technischen Reproduzierbarkeit des Kunstwerkes zusammenhängen. In die Reihe der kunstsoziologischen Arbeiten Benjamins gehören auch die beiden hier zum ersten Mal in Buchform veröffentlichten Texte: Kleine Geschichte der Photographie (1931) und Eduard Fuchs, der Sammler und der Historiker (1937). Sie erhärten Benjamins Einsichten am Einzelfall.

Die Celler Schlosskapelle

Author: Juliane Schmieglitz-Otten
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ISBN: 9783777470313
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Heute gilt die Celler Hofkapelle als einziger fast vollständig erhaltender Kirchenraum Deutschlands aus frühprotestantischer Zeit. Ihre Ausstattung hat keine Verluste erlitten und nur wenige Veränderungen erfahren. Die Einzigartigkeit des Raumes liegt zum einen darin, dass sich hier ein einmaliger Ausdruck protestantischer Frömmigkeit und fürstlichen Repräsentationswillens erhalten hat. Zum anderen sind es die künstlerische Qualität und die schier überbordende Fülle der Malereien: Der vorhandene Gemäldezyklus stammt in weiten Teilen von dem einflussreichsten Antwerpener Maler der Zeit. Marten de Vos (1532-1603) und seine Werkstatt schufen für die Celler Residenz eine Bilderfolge, der sich in dieser Zeit hinsichtlich ihres Umfangs und ihrer Qualität nichts Vergleichbares an die Seite stellen lässt. Die Celler Schlosskapelle als Gotteshaus und Ort fürstlicher Repräsentation wie auch die Zeit und die Umstände, aus denen sie entstand - all dies bringt der Band dem Leser nahe. Neben einführenden Texten geschieht das vor allem in opulenten Bildern, die weit mehr sind als Dokumentation und Illustration: Sie machen Lust auf eine Entdeckungsreise in das Zeitalter der Reformation, in politische und spirituelle Welten auf künstlerisch höchstem Niveau.