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TOPIC: The Relationship Between Language and Art - Art is Structured Like a Language

The Relationship Between Language and Art - Art is Structured Like a Language 14 Apr 2017 15:16 #223

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Art is structured like a language. It is all at once a mindful and intentional mental activity and a more irrational, unconscious form of expression. Art can involve a sense of abrupt excitement and freedom and also include a mass of intellectual and emotional reactions <a href=http://beotek.com.tr/index.php?option=com_k2&view=itemlist&task=user&id=274195> beotek.com.tr/index.php?option=com_k2&vi...&task=user&id=274195 </a> Art has the power to stimulate emotions and the power to shock, puzzle, repel and enlighten. Language has very similar attributes. Language is a tool we use to communicate with one another and to reveal our feelings and thoughts. Through the language of art we can likewise communicate and evoke reaction within the audience.

Does artistic meaning lie beyond the sayable and for that reason can not be recorded in language or does form in art function as a factor if its expressive or psychological content is beyond the reach of language?

The nature and identity of the artwork is taken a look at. If an item is produced in the imagination; does it rest on a theory of linguistic expression? When we use language, it operates to interact cognitive significance and art functions to communicate emotive meaning.

When it comes to deaf visual artists, is their art structured like a language? Language is not just spoken it can also be sign language and signs. For a deaf person signs and sign language offer significance and psychological form from which he depends on to produce his art.

Concepts alone can be artworks; they are in a psychological chain of development that might find some kind. Concepts are based upon language, so through language and symbols we can produce art. Conceptual art is based on concepts; it is made to engage the mind of the viewer rather than his eye or feelings.
The more you study this topic the more you recognize that you can not separate art from language. Art is language and language is art.

My name is Annette Labedzki. I am a Canadian abstract painter.I have actually been a full time artist for the last 25 years.

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