Are you ready for the era of Big Data? Join us for a series of illuminating presentations about the gemology and artistry behind our new exhibition Van Cleef Arpels, The Art Science of Gems. Digital technology expands the experience with art, and digital art creates new relationships between people. Fact, celebrate the launch of the museum’s permanent exhibition at this talk that investigates the work of a really new generation of ultratechnologists and digital creatives and how these initiatives manifest for Singapore. So this panel opens a discussion on curatorial practices, concerns and challenges in digital art, from the perspective of Southeast Asian curators. Join us for a series of illuminating presentations about the gemology and artistry behind our new exhibition Van Cleef Arpels, The Art Science of Gems. So here is a question. Are you ready for the era of Big Data?
Digital technology expands the experience with art, and digital art creates new relationships between people. Celebrate the launch of the museum’s permanent exhibition at this talk that investigates the work of a brand new generation of ultratechnologists and digital creatives and how these initiatives manifest for Singapore. That said, this panel opens a discussion on curatorial practices, concerns and challenges in digital art, from the perspective of Southeast Asian curators. We are aware of the environmental consequences of our new society through the fast paced exchange of information. Cultures were open to our awareness, humanitarian needs and environmental problems in the world gave voice to a generation of Activist Art. Technology has brought us greater communication between social groups and over boarders into different cultures but has limited personal interactions. Access and information is no longer prohibited. Eventually, in the latter part of the 20th century social injustice was a focus of artistic expression. We see the individual expressing themselves in the Social Art Movement.
Social Art is the celebrity of the individual.
Visual imagery is used to communicate quickly and effectively.
These social media images have turned into forms of expression. Sparse phrases are sent over text messaging and communities are based in online social groups and games. Our focus as a society is turning toward the individual perspective, artistic activism remains. It occasionally reflects the misguided judgment of an individual. And therefore the promotion of the individual through media images like the Selfy.
Lots of info can be found online. While looking to realistically depict a scene from nature but with the qualities of abstract design, the design elements are a key focus in my paintings.
Abstract Realism is among the new movements in art today. Struggling to understand what Art Movement we are in today I looked to develop my own style depending on what I learned from master painters just like Monet and Van Gogh. Pluralism to me doesn’t define a PARTICULAR movement… or TYPE…GENRE of Art. It’s NOT a ART STYLE meaning MOVEMENT… PErhaps only I consider my old Art History books which taught us movemensts as STYLES… I looked up your website to discuss the classical defininition of ART MOVEMENT, selfies or a picture one posts on a socila website IS A PHOTOGRAPH… IT IS perhaps a FASHION TREND. On top of that, dIGITAL ART is a SPECIFIC MOVEMENT. For example, this ACTIVIST movement, is NOT necessarily a STYLE which has USUALLY meant the MOVEMENT. Change posters. That’s a fact, it’s PHOTOGRAPHY! Now let me tell you something. Activist Art…hmmmm I reckon that label isn’t valid. Art usually, isn’t a broad, overall SOCIAL movement as it was in days past even before photography and the accessibility of such ‘hand held’ technological communicative devices any individual may possess now for good or evil. Actually, do you agree? Now please pay attention. PHOTOGRAPHY as FINE ART -which involves actual PAINT, or CHARCOAL, or PENCIL, or SCULPTURal MATERIALS as rendered by the human hand on a piece of paper or canvas or object.
Modern style which the socialists used to revive in the course of the political climate in 2008 re.
The ART STYLE is still a particular STYLE or FROM a MOVEMENT.
Social Art Movement is NOT ART! PHOTOGRAPHY is a whole different catagory…. They can also be considered pluralism periods, pluralism name as a general time period. SEVERAL movements existed at quite similar time BEFORE. I reckon, I believe any movement is defined as it happens WITHIN the artists’ community. There’s everyting from doing hyperrealistic photorealism paintings, to mixed media fantasy works, to anime and manga styles, and derivatives, and tons of other things, I’d say in case you look at the art that artists are doing on deviantart. Almost any style ever done and after that some is being done now.
In this prectice one can see more of technological play so inner expression.
For years the powers of that age rebutted the play of light and color the impressionist had.
Two worlds in one common course constantly crashing is what creates the romantic momentum for a brand new age or a completely new movement to be born. So impressionist is top example of this dilemma. In contrast you such clean line work and glazes over layers of glazes to hide the brushwork of the artist. However, now we have new technologies changing the momentum of not only the artist but society at very similar time. So that’s where we usually get people to change their way of thinking, if it really moved people it will leave a mark. Rather, To be honest I am a person living my life and while doing that I make some art. It need to include defining oneself by what one does. Maybe lots of art. Certainly, what’s left is pure living and doing something that pleases you…for many that could be art. Did you know that the need to learn from or copy or be influenced by or be pleasing to others outside of themselves is leaving.
Maybe a little.
And so it’s away from individuals thinking of themselves as a profession as in I am Doctor.
BEING is more important than doing and impressing or even communicating. Nevertheless, the old ideas of having to be prolific and a Calvinist sort of hard working serious artist are leaving. Now we have just people making art and being enhanced by that process. Then again, the overall pattern that emerges for me feels more like a brand new romantic period, when I take a step back from the work of today. From the overly bright colors, to the subject matter, hearts and skulls, to even professional sports teams supporting causes with pink bats and pink cleats.
Invention is still an important part of art with many trade subjects needed to be learnt to compete with many cutting edge artists.