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culture and expressionB.Question 1: Does culture affect our expression on this artifact?Question 2: Can expression of this artifact change our view on human culture?C.Your personal assumptionsabout artifacts of this sort and why they existD.Question 1: Question 2: C.How yourvalueshave shaped and are shaped by your expression and that of othersQuestion 1: Question 2: E.The relationship between the possible intent of the creator and your own interpretationof its meaningF.Question 1: What else was the creator trying to show the viewer? Besides the emotion of creativity and imagination.Question 2: What was the purpose of the symbols van Gogh placed in the painting, such as Venusand cypress tree?VII.Speculate on how you would go about answeringthese questions. For instance, what sorts of things would you study about these kinds of artifacts and their contexts that might begin addressing these questions?I would start by understanding the creator’s mind and situation during the time of creation. For instance, van Gogh’s Starry Night, he created this piece of art from his window view of the asylumhe stayed at, besides a few landscape changes, he crafted a beautiful piece of art with plenty of imagination.