pixsee

pixsee

Joined on Jul 26, 2011

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Ideas, Ideas, Ideas, Money, Money, Money. What happened to emotional content? Is an image just qualitavely evaluated on its ideas, concepts or by monetry sales? Isnt there an emotional content that is, through the artist (Photographer, Dramatist, Musician, Painter, Film maker etc.), conveyed only by the image on its own terms to the spectatator who also contributes to the final feeling inherent in the image. The Feelings and emotional aspect may possibly be of a kind only only coveyable by "Art work". This may be to much of a social concept for our consumer orientated world, but I think it is still at the heart of appreciating any form of "good" art and negates plagerism or copying. The question is not is it a good or bad copy or whether it is a copy at all. Is it great Art?

Direct link | Posted on Jul 26, 2011 at 11:47 UTC as 39th comment
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