How Art Creates our world view

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We all know that art is storytelling. It presents to us the history of culture, times, and places before us. Researchers have done experiments and pondered upon the correlation between art and the human brain. Art as we know it comes in many forms influencing the five senses: music, visuals, dance, song, food, etc. Art can also influence the darker side of humanity with war, violence, and propaganda.

Art in itself is not good or bad. Like a gun sitting in inactivity, Art is not trying to do or achieve anything on its own. It is the hand of the artist and his intention and will that direct Art in such a way that it can be either a beautiful praise or a dangerous motivation.

Not all of us in this world view art with much importance. Not everyone cranks up their favorite song down the highway on the way to their destination. But for those of us that stop to smell the roses? Cliché. Yes. Unapologetically. Our walk, talk, and style derive from the very influence of our peers and it emits details and signs of who we are.

Art has the most ambiguous value. How is it priced? This is purely based on the commentator discussing the work. As we shall explain in a bit, Art is always a matter of perception. It can’t mean the same thing for two different people. Art is the gift and a three letter word that keeps on giving. The antonym for art is inability. Humanity fills that void of inability. Every experience that comes our way shapes our 3D reality and who we are at this moment in time, reading this. Art is kept in high regard in society because it does not age and time to art is not relative; it’s infinite as long as humanity continues to create.

But what about the artist? Artists are often viewed as faulted parts of a society that functions in rules different from what an artist can adapt to. If an artist is lucky enough to be acknowledged as “good”, he might make a living out of creating art. If not, he may live a life full of misery and unnecessary drama.

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The above can only mean one thing: That Art is something larger than the individual. As we already mentioned, Art is perspective and it is viewed in different ways by different people. And that is quite an interesting fact because it means that Art serves humanity’s search for meaning into a world full of chaos, where we deep inside already know we only live to die.

Art is the expression of society from that time period it was created. The Ego can’t exist in creativity, only in replication. The purity evokes the emotion of the participant engaging with the art form. Igniting your senses in ways the monotony of life folds you. A world without art is purely primal experience; a meaningless flow of survival. You might have just astral projected to Mars.

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What are the anomaly factors that create a meaningful experience?

3 magic words: fluency, humility, and empathy.

Another term would be acts of kindness given to yourself and those around you. Art that stands the test of time exudes these tributes and thrive in the heart of humanity. This is what resonates in the mind of the critic and commentator. Humans have always struggled to acquire knowledge and find out how life works. Or even try and estimate possible scenarios about what life means or how life would be different if some of its elements were mixed up. Art serves the search for meaning. And maybe that exact reason is God’s excuse for giving us the skill of narrating via various channels and forms.

Art can be born out of both pain and pleasure and from both hate and love. Art is an in depth exploration of our complicated characters. With such a terrific inwards and outwards reach; Maybe Art brings us one step closer to God- or us.

Not all of us in this world view art with much importance. Not everyone cranks up their favorite song down the highway on the way to there destination. But for those of us that stop to smell the roses? Cliché. Yes. Unapologetically.

Our walk, talk, dress the very influence of our peers can give details and signs of who we are Art has the most ambiguous value. How is it priced? This is purely based off of the commentator discussing the work. I think we can all agree anything and anyone who dares to battle the art world dares to walk a tight rope. With that being said we Gods Speed, Creative. We wish you well in all your endeavors and may your wildest dreams find you with compassion in your heart wherever you are.

Thoughts?