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3201 Notes Jan 23 - What is art Media aesthetics consider...

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What is art? Media aesthetics consider art and life dependent and interconnected. The medium is the message. Television, film, the distribution medium is important to message. Applied media aesthetics is the whole process. Everyday life can be the material for art. You are critical to the process: perceive, order, clarify, intensity and interpret. You as the producer/director, are taking an event clarifying, intersifying and interpreting for the audience Impressionism: a movement in painting that originated in France in the late 19 th century. Impressionist painters started looking at things in life. There is a question of ideal beauty. Five fundamental image elements: 1. Light and Color 2. Two dimensional space 3. Three dimensional space 4. Time/Motion 5. Sound The process of clarification, intensification and interpretation is based on the selection of the specific use of the five image elements. How people see: Selective seeing: Overload of information. Each of us sees an event from our point of view.
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