Objectless art experience: A new future projection

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art without objects
art sociology

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Altuncu, D., & Aşkın, G. D. (2023). Objectless art experience: A new future projection. JOURNAL OF ARTS, 6(1), 43–47. https://doi.org/10.31566/arts.1967


Art undertakes the task of a cultural element that connects the artist to society. While the work created by the artist is a part of society, it also shapes the social culture with the effect of the changing understanding of art in the historical process. The aim of this research is to understand art, society, and artist relations by systematically evaluating art from a historical perspective; is to obtain data on the future projection of art. Artworks, which are the subject of evaluation and contain concrete retrospective information, provide information about how art will be in the future. In this context, first, the effect of the technological change experienced at the beginning of the 20th century on modern art was investigated. In addition, information is given about the relationship of art with social changes in the 20th century, with analyzes made on artists such as Monet, who opened the door for the interpretability of the work of art, Matisse, who expressed art as a way of life, Cezanne, who was under the influence of mechanization, and Picasso, who interpreted social problems. In the continuation of the article, with the emergence of the concept of abstract art, the transformation of art and the artist in the 20th century is discussed through Miro and Marcel Duchamp. With this transformation, the work of art breaking away from objective ties and focusing on the idea, and its conceptualization, gives information about how the art of the 21st century will be. In line with the systematic evaluations, it is seen that art and artists, under the influence of multiculturalism and globalization brought about by digitalization, are/will be in constant transformation. Thus, it is concluded that accessibility to art will become easier, interest in new geographies will increase, and art will continue to exist in new forms, independently of the artist, by becoming anonymized and reflecting society and culture in the future.



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