- Serra Glia
- Helsinki (For Now)
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Art and Context: Can art be found everywhere?
What Aristotle and Joshua Bell can teach us about persuasion - Conor Neill
Please look at the TED lesson before.
If we do not have a moment to stop and listen to one of the best musicians in the world playing the best music ever written, how many other beautiful things are we missing everyday?
Are museums the only place to experience art, creative works, beautiful artifacts or interesting objects?
If most of us, are expecting to find aesthetically interesting objects only in museums or art galleries, what other beautiful things do we miss in the everyday life?
Closing Statement from Serra Glia
The word art is not definable: the meaning changes with age.
Art itself has gone through centuries of transformation and must be looked at it as a process rather than an object ( the result of the process).
Art is not an object but a process. Like being a tourist in Venice for the first time, in love, after you had a double espresso: you might discover something beautiful.
A longer statement can be found: http://artiseverywhere.serraglia.com/art-is-a-process/
Thank you all for sharing your thoughts!