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Fri 26 Mar, 2010 12:44 pm - That is in sorts true, but it depends if the player connects with the character or transposes their own emotions into the videogame. Hence a videogame would be good art if the person connects with... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 12:25 pm - yep, it's about emotional connection between artist and consumer. In respoonse to GoshisDead, I would only say that if the furniture the furniture maker produces conveys an emotion that he... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 12:10 pm - In that instance it would not be good art, but rather the technical means of stirring emotion, much the same way as videogames. It would not be good art in the sense of conveying their emotion, but... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 11:47 am - Indeed, and they all express emotion that the artist felt. The artist has to have experienced the emotion when creating the artwork in order for us to recieve that emotion in good art. For example,... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 11:20 am - If the player was, as it were, living through the eyes of the game's hero, then it would be as if the individual was placed in that situation themselves, hence they are only experiencing their... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 10:50 am - Edible is something that is fit for consumption, which I believe junk food is. Human experience then decides that an excess of too much of it is not healthy for the body. However, primitive... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 10:44 am - I would argue that commissioned art does not express emotion at all, but rather displays a basic image of how that person wishes to be seen, in terms of status etc. It is because this lacks... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 10:20 am - I wouldn't say it is as the emotions that the gamer would feel would be based on their own response to direct stimuli (such as sounds, colours, etc..) Good art however, should attempt to... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 10:11 am - Would taste not act as a primitive indicator as to what is edible, and further understanding and knowledge of the food prevent tasty junk food from being eaten? In this way the taste (as in nature)... (view)
Fri 26 Mar, 2010 08:52 am - Tolstoy's book 'What is art?' is very useful as an objection to the conventional views at the time. he pays a bit too much attention to the importance of religion, but gives a useful... (view)
 
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