Encyclopedia of Big Data

Living Edition
| Editors: Laurie A. Schintler, Connie L. McNeely

Arts

  • Marcienne Martin
Living reference work entry
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-32001-4_13-1

Big Data is a procedure that allows anyone connected to the Internet to access data whose content is as varied as the perception that every human being can have of objects of the world. This is true for the art.

Art is a cognitive approach that is applied to the objects in the world, which is quite unique because it uses the notion of “qualia,” which is the qualitative aspect of a particular experience: “Qualia are such things as colors, places and times” (Dummett 1978). Moreover, in the myth of Platon’s cavern the concept of “beautifulness” belongs to the world of Ideas. What is more, for Hegel, art is a sensitive representation of the truth approached through an individual form. In other words, art is a transcription of the objects of the Reality through the artistic sensibility of the author. This phenomenon is at the origin of new artistic currents giving direction for the writing of artwork, irrespective of the domain (painting, sculpture, writing, music …), as well as featuring...

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Further Readings

  1. Bochis, M. (2014). Artist. http://www.bochis.ro/. Accessed 15 August 2014.
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Laboratoire ORACLE [Observatoire Réunionnais des Arts, des Civilisations et des Littératures dans leur Environnement] Université de la Réunion Saint-DenisFranceMontpellierFrance