IDEAS AND DIFFERENT ARTISTIC POSITION

Zeni Ballazhi

Abstract


Artists use social media as tool for carving their creative ideas. Conceptual art is reflection and analytics in society or in the art system and is based on special procedures in artistic creation, while the artist introducing the visual language promotes his views as a general consideration. The art which speaks at this level is an instrument conscious of the historical associates, which makes it look full of things that raises emotions that require appreciation, an art that does not address the transfigured metaphysical conscience but investigates the conditions of earthly existence and therefore provokes to look at things in a new way. The concept of art is formulated at the time and place where it is lived, as a result of the special intensity for contemporary philosophy and art, new ways of reflecting on this reality we live with intensity are required. Art history as the most original tension of language through an external reality, pre-taught in a simple chronicle, but rather in a variety of meaningful events, becomes the divide between many types of art. Personal stories and experiences that are actually the stories and experiences of others gain metavisual reflection. Art is used not only to pose a problem to art itself but also to the art system, meaning the world. A non-marvelous description of the "global" scene in the troubles with the developed world will put many creative creators virtually anywhere between the ecstasy of catastrophe and terror; given their contexts: ethnic, religious, linguistic, temperamental, neurotic.

Keywords: Art, Conceptual, Reflected, Reality, Global.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i1.1870

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i1.1870.g2307

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