A&D 255 - Aesthetics Aesthetic Inquiry Aesthetic Experience...

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Buser’s Experiencing Art around Us Chapter 1: WHAT IS ART? KEY TERMS aesthetics applied arts art for art’s sake avant garde conceptual artists fine arts folk art ideal inspiration institutional theory mimesis outsider artists perceptual art real right half of the brain semiotics symbolic communication synaesthesia ARTISTS/ART/CULTURES TO KNOW Vincent van Gogh Angelica Kauffmann Yoruba figures Bessie Harvey Gustave Courbet James McNeill Whistler Barbara Kruger Wassily Kandinsky Frida Kahlo Marcel Duchamp
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BRIEF OUTLINE Chapter 1: What is Art? WHAT IS ART? The Experience of Art
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Unformatted text preview: Aesthetics Aesthetic Inquiry Aesthetic Experience Theories of Art • Aesthetic Theories real ideal Aristotle mimesis o Plato inspiration o Yoruban Aesthetics • Psychological Theories right half of the brain perceptual artists conceptual artists • The Theory of the Artist as an Outsider avant garde outsider artists folk art • Realism • Theories Based on the Function of Art art for art’s sake • Theories Based on Comparisons between the Arts fine arts applied arts synaesthesia • Symbolic Communication Theory semiotics symbolic communication...
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