Humanities: Man is the source and fountain of all creativity. (Creating Subject) . Art is universally present in all forms of human society and in every generation because it serves The most basic relationship is that the arts are concerned with. other people regard them in their respective societies; 5. To support the local Art must benefit and satisfy man-man . it rank in relation to other works and of. View Notes - nickchinlund.info Nature of Humanities from BSBA 12 at Holy Angel University. ART, MAN AND SOCIETY (HUMANITIES) JM BERNARDO, RN THE NATURE.
If you were to look at visual art from older eras in time you wouldbe able to see that people in a painting, for instance, aren'tdressed as we are now. Language used in writing may not be the sameeither. Art is molded by society. It can be repressed or encouraged bygovernments, for example. It can depend on how the people that makeup a society are willing to express themselves. The relationshipbetween art and society varies all over the world and duringdifferent eras of time. Art has also molded society throughout the ages.
Images help humansto use their imaginations to reshape and build on their ideas. Theyalso help to pass on these ideas to future generations. You mightconsider, for example, the very different ideas of human perfectiondepicted in the art of the Ancient Egyptians and the AncientGreeks. How is art a reflection of society?
Some have said that "art" is short for "artifact. Thematerials used in the creation of a piece of art re…veals theresources of the time.
Certain hand-ground pigments were mixed withbinders that were abundant in the region in pre-renaissancepainting.
Now, many are using Photoshop on iBooks to create pieces. Without even touching on the aspect of content, we could discovervolumes about the difference in the cultures that produced Bosch's"Garden of Earthly Delights" and the recent interactive video forBob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone. What is the slant, the bias? How hasthe the depiction of religious piety changed through the discoveryof Germ Theory, The Industrial Revolution, The Sexual Revolution radically recontextualizing human breeding and reproduction?
Theemerging and evolving mythology of the Individual This bothsprings from and reflect its time, as directly as a child doesspring from and reflect the characteristics of its parents. Who is man in the society? The men in society are the men respected by all without being given corruption money or any other incentives or having no support of gangs or mafias or no curruption money is required to purchase press or media.
Man and Society
Quaid-i- Azam is a man of society due to his principals getting Rs. Personality, the essence of what it means to be a unique human being is guided by society. Art in any society is then an appropriate reflection of the sum total emotions, beliefs, fears and power of its people.
If anything relates to the citizens, it is art and society. Art being eternally connected to society and its subjects, it inherently political in nature.
It symbolises the holistic opinion of society, making any art created as a reflection of society, essentially propaganda for that particular society. As each community holds some beliefs dear, morality eventually takes its place at the heart of any society, taking into account the average judgement that its constituents pass in response to any incident or action.
Today, most of the world believes that morality is non-contingent to individual society and a deeply reduced version of it is common to all the human beings on the planet. Being an important part of societal frameworks, morality seeps into art as well, burdening the artist with the added responsibility of being a moral individual who creates moral art.
The artist is then required to equip themselves with skills beyond those required to physically make their art, they are required to understand right from wrong and isolate good from bad.
What is art man and society
However, since their morality only holds true in the framework of the society they serve, their art can bring tears of joy or pangs of hatred to an observer, depending on their affiliations. Propaganda created during WW2 by all participating countries was notable for its openly hateful and ideological tones. When discussing Page 1 of 4 Ashay Deshpande LE Introduction to Aesthetics morality in the context of the war, one generally attributes the Allies with upholding world peace while the losing Axis forces are portrayed as manifestations of evil.
Does that mean that the artists from Japan, Germany and Italy were immoral beings for propagating the imperialist and Nazi ideologies and that the American, Russian and British artists were moral for their demonization of the Axis forces?
Let us observe some examples of the aforementioned art. They are meant to generate hatred towards the three main enemies of the German people as they then perceived it, i.
These are the posters showcase to remind the world about the blatant racism and evil of the Nazis, yet the artists who inked these were seen by society to be extremely moral beings, perfectly emulating the feelings of the masses in these paintings. Page 2 of 4 Ashay Deshpande LE Introduction to Aesthetics These posters, sanctioned by the United States government were created with the sole objective of rallying the population against the axis forces.
Religion and the divine command theory plays a large part in determining morality such that opposing religion is inherently immoral while supporting and fighting against its rejecters are considered paragons of morality.