Media art is a technically and methodologically extremely hybrid form of art that is intensively developing along with the evolution of technology.
We all created sand sculptures when we were kids, sitting in a sandbox with a scoop. In winter, holding an icicle in our hands, we looked through it at the sun, marveling at the magical tints. Sand and ice have always fascinated people with their beauty.
With the development of the Internet and social networks, the artist loses his monopoly on the artistic statement itself. This is a very serious process that many are afraid to pay attention to. This process changes the value of the art system in society.
An art object can be arbitrarily meaningless, not aesthetic, strange, but at the same time, creative and unusual. The artist's fantasy and mastery make it possible to create art objects using a variety of materials: glass, clay, paper, wood, metal, and even rubbish. The purpose of the artist when creating an art object is always the desire to cause certain emotions in the viewer, filling the boring and dull environment with a breath of true art.
The great impact of music on a person and the world around does not cease to excite those who are consciously treating their life as a gift and seeking to fill this life with divine sounds.
Sometimes, the world-famous objects of art conceal secrets, which even modern scientists have not been able to solve. However, their mysterious stories make them even more attractive.
Emotionally rich paintings in which the artist reflected all his fears and experiences will leave no one indifferent.
Feng Shui, the thousand-year study, is focusing on Qi energy and its powerful effect on the way you feel and think. It is a lifelong practice!
The name of Hieronymus Bosch is strongly associated with the Middle Ages, with passions, sufferings, sins, devils, and demons. His works are synonymous with mystery, they are the most amazing puzzles, the meaning of which humanity has been striving to solve for several centuries.