it would be the fact, object and mechanics of the interaction to any piece
of art, from.the limited perspective I see it.
It could seem even grothesque if not only naive or unuseful to pretend to
give a sense to a piece of art in advance. I completely agree. What I would
understand as being discussed here is:
how to assume, without unrespect to art, the need to best planify the
prostitution of this particular piece of art/shit as to be bonded to the
present of "the folk", as an exception to other most recent expressions in
my (underline and not as false modesty) limited knowledge of recent (and
past) history of art.
In this particular thread:how to prostitute it to science, if as the
cheapest, less elegant and more vulgar client it was.
Even when Stephen underlies the dlready excessive presence of science in
our "daily truths" (which I also agree) in here we discuss how to better
communicate science which I would say is more a qualitative than a
quantitative matter. And so we consider to prostitute art to us because of
the admiration we feel on its presence, because even objectively seems to
us the most quality vehicule we can use.
Said that,going (not straight) to the point, one of the qualities of art is
that even when the same piece can freely interact to the subjects to
produce an infinite range of emotions; given works, pieces or conjucts
might well describe or produce a very uniform response on a particular
population on a determinate time and space.
Thank u very much
El 15/04/2015 16:19, "Paul Fishwick" <firstname.lastname@example.org> escribió:
> Seems to me that most writers here are spot on (which I suppose could be a
> pun). I might suggest that we take a scientific perspective overall, which
> speak to multimodal communication. Know thy (or your) audience deeply. The
> effect of an object (being a work of art or a video) depends completely on
> who is
> experiencing the object.
> Consider that I might show the video to a fifth grade class, or I might
> show it
> to college students, or to video artists, or to sound artists, or to
> What is the information to be conveyed? Are there one or more messages that
> are expect to be delivered? How should the video be crafted to meet my
> We may have ideological stances that the video or the audio should be of
> such-and-such an aesthetic or type, but none of that matters if the
> or the messages are lost on the audience. If there are any of you out
> there who
> reside in journalism or communications programs, it would be interesting
> to hear
> from you. I may have missed parts of this long thread, but just wanted to
> add that
> anything like this video (one form of communication, one type of artistry:
> has to be judged solely with respect to its purpose, its function assuming
> that one
> exists (which it does apparently for whomever created it).
> Paul Fishwick, PhD
> Chair, ACM SIGSIM
> Distinguished University Chair of Arts & Technology
> and Professor of Computer Science
> Director, Creative Automata Laboratory
> The University of Texas at Dallas
> Arts & Technology
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