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Stevers Steve
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Interests: music, art, art-design, psychology, sociogical discussions
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If it was Malevich's it wouldn't been as funky XD. A lot of artist's put a message in their works after they were done...giving a meaning that they didn't thought one yet and in the end they give a detail or see what they made and giving a meaning in it...Wich the answear will be here "that then there will be no logic?"... but yes the logic will be here it was in the basic as only a concept.I as an artist do this,i don't think of a message in the beginning i just think of something aesthetic attractive depending on the mood and after tha i insert some details that come from ideas at the end,and after that proudly present it's message.It's stupid bu it's so.But there are times when i have the message but the ideas of represeting it are particularly related to my view(meaning that some people may not get it) and that acctually contradicts my view about "attractionism" giving another point of view that some works do have a sort of a meaning placed in it,yes but that would be related only partcularly to the artist and not to the mass of critics that they may not see in it but it's attractive(we designers have a phrase"I don't know what is it but im liking it"),or may see it very vague,or may see it,or make their own message (stuff like that) ...yes but the way how i noticed it' also related to the particular views of the critics...wich means that every thing is equivalent(Ainstein) X) sensless becomes with sense and with meaning becomes meaningless.... P.S.:what's the point in this life? :D
Toggle Commented May 16, 2010 on Where's the EXIT? at Lidia's blog
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Art is a very non-easy word that can be explained by one or two phrases....it's not just expressing yourself but it's also making a person to feel different...There is a genre in Art that is so called "attractionims" it came popular along with the modern art (it actually existed before the birth of the human kind) it may sound wierd but it's so.What is specific for this genre that it doesn't always need to have a message or to make the person to understand his own message(from abstract compositions),the magic of it is in the colors and the shapes and dimensions wich gives a psychological attraction without any specific arguments.So as you may noticed from some of those bizzare art-works they don't actually need a message to be understood (but they look attractive don't they?) the main purpouse it will be to look at them and that's all and then comes another thing your incotient starts to change the mood that your in dependeing by the shapes and colors.....It's like the same thing as looking at the Mendel's black square, some people won't notice anything some of them will say "I feel funky"....This genre is well noticed also in music(house,techno,electro) and most noticed in nature were the human mind didn't took part by inserting points of views....Art it's not only based on meanings and messages it's also based on the human perception....
Toggle Commented May 16, 2010 on Where's the EXIT? at Lidia's blog
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