1.4.1 captures the essence of human struggle and joy (emotions)/ social issues
22.214.171.124 develop empathy in people
1.4.2 challenge our views
1.6 A C Grayling "it does not exist in order to teach, to urge a moral point, to entertain, to distract, to amuse, to serve beauty, to support a revolution, to disgust, to challenge, to stimulate or to cheer" it depends on the artist's intention
1.6.1 Might not have any purpose to begin with; but might be the result of artist's impulse to create art
1.7 tool or end product?
1.7.2 Art, in its essential form, is freedom; it is conducive to liberty, equality and fraternity
1.8 It is often an attempt to capture an aspect of the world, to draw attention to something about it, to comment on it, to present a surprising or fresh angle on it, to represent it for the sake of exploring something about it, or enjoying or celebrating it
1.8.1 to provoke/shock
2.1.1 1) Music allows one to experience different emotion that is felt by the person who composed it such as joy, sadness as well as dramatic battles. e.g. Classical music by composers such as Mozart and Beethoven shows many of their emotion in their songs such as Beethoven's fifth symphony, which shows a variety of emotions such as anger and joy. http://blog.davidhthomas.net/2010/12/what-is-the-meaning-of-music-especially-classical-music-what-is-its-value/
2.1.2 Music give an insight to people in the modern day on the culture of those who lived in the past. e.g. Classical music have been produced over long periods of time from early 1600 to present time. The different musical style by many composers shows the different culture which each of them lived in.
2.2.1 Still image that captures a moment for people to reflect
126.96.36.199 non-interference of the photographer who wants to capture a moment at the expense of helping others
Darcy Padilla's award-winning 18-year project documents the life and death of one woman, capturing in miniature the plight of America's 'permanent poor'
188.8.131.52.1 E.g. He was the recipient of a Pulitzer Prize for his photograph depicting the 1993 famine in Sudan. He committed suicide at the age of 33.
184.108.40.206 bystander to tragic event (war/conflict)
2.2.4 Let us view matters/events in different perspectives (challenge our views)
2.2.5 platform for propaganda and coverage of conflict
g. ISIS used the shocking viral image of a drowned 3-year-old boy as propaganda to threaten Syrians seeking refuge outside the country.
eg. ISIS used a photographer's photo called 'Gaza Cinderella', which shows a toy princess with what look like missiles soaring overhead and replaced the Cinderella with the ISIS flag to spread the word of their self-proclaimed Caliphate.
2.3.1 created a moment/scene from imagination
2.3.2 Paintings can provoke other people's thoughts about some of the world's major issues. (what's wrong with the world today with images that inspire to think - to convey ridicule through controversial images) Example: Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski creates satirical paintings filled with thought-provoking messages about the world today.
In one painting, he ridiculed/mocked democratic process of voting by placing herd of sheep going towards a voting box that has grass, making light of the world's obsession of facebook by using the icon of facebook as a confession box that has a loudspeaker
2.3.3 Paintings can allow other's to understand the artist's better by showing them what the artist's sees in his or her world. (the abstract nature of art allows people of disabilities to express their artistic talents)
xample: Vasily Kadinsky is an artist who suffers from synesthesia, hence he sees the world differently compared to others. Hence, through his paintings, we can understand that his world is very colourful and melodious.
2.4 Classical Opera
2.4.1 ( from the perspective of Founder of the period instrument ensemble Les Talens Lyriques, Christophe Rousset is a musician and conductor specialising in Baroque and Classical repertoire.)
3.1 Satire:Satire is a genre of literature, and sometimes graphic and performing arts, in which vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals, corporations, government or society itself, into improvement.