Amount of texts to »Art« 103, and there are 99 texts (96.12%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 851 Characters
Average Rating 0.583 points, 32 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 11th 2000, 06:59:25 wrote
Dr. Know about Art
Latest text on Feb 15th 2017, 23:03:17 wrote
Tiga about Art
Some texts that have not been rated at all
(overall: 32)

on Dec 27th 2004, 11:50:33 wrote
ADHS about Art

on Jun 21st 2004, 09:24:33 wrote
hatem ahmed about Art

on May 2nd 2003, 04:20:31 wrote
Rick about Art

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Texts to »Art«

babylon 69 wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 15:40:24 about

Art

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»Art« is a word used by a particular civilization in a particular time. Previous/other/future cultures recognize the phenomenon differently. As a concept it can really only ultimately limit perception. But wait! Perhaps art is not a concept !(what a concept!) but that borderline/front where perception is advanced, increased, where reatlity is created ex niliho through perceptive power.

sara the mac wrote on Apr 14th 2000, 08:48:36 about

Art

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the urge to create art has been a human characteristic for tens if not hundreds of thousands of years. think red-ochre handprints on cave walls.

what must it have been like ... someone accidentally got iron oxide or soot on her hand and then casually leaned against the side of the cave, and voila!

ursula wrote on Dec 22nd 2003, 04:19:46 about

Art

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Art is an innate organic, and universal language which is timeless. To the artist it is an essential release of a visual message, to the observer it is an automatic reaction of the pyschological process of perception. Art is to life, what salt is to food.....

Dr. Know wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 06:59:25 about

Art

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Art, a disciplined activity that may be limited to skill or expanded to include a distinctive way of looking at the world. The word art is derived from the Latin ars, meaning »skillArt is skill at performing a set of specialized actions, as, for example, the art of gardening or of playing chess.
Art in its broader meaning, however, involves both skill and creative imagination in a musical, literary, visual, or performance context. Art provides the person or people who produce it and the community that observes it with an experience that might be aesthetic, emotional, intellectual, or a combination of these qualities.

quetzalcoatl wrote on Mar 4th 2001, 02:27:17 about

Art

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I know a woman who calls herself an 'artist.' She can write only one kind of 'poetry' – undisciplined free verse infantiley fixated on her vaginal discharges – and spends her effort destroying every thought that concerns kindness, compassion or beauty.

Groggy groove wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 11:01:03 about

Art

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Art must have absolute freedom in the coice of subject. It is not good art to write badly about aeroplanes and automobiles; nor is it necessarily bad art to write well about the past.

Groggy groove wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 18:14:59 about

Art

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The drama begins to unfold with the arrival of the corpse at the mortuary.
Alas, poor Yorick! How surprised he would be to see how his counterpart of today is whisked off to a funeral parlor and is in short order sprayed, sliced, pierced, pickled, trussed, trimmed, creamed, waxed, painted, rouged and neatly dressed – transformed from a common corpse into a Beautiful Memory Picture. This process is known in the trade as embalming and restorative art.

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