Melissa S Outline Essay

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Aristotle argued that one of the most important functions of art was to evoke emotions in its audiences. (pg. 68)
­Aristotle is a Greek philosopher who made significant and lasting contributions to nearly every aspect of human knowledge, from logic to biology and aesthetics. *Ask class to raise their hand if they think that evoking emotions in artwork is necessary or not necessary? Some people may say that it is not necessary because… th ­20 century American philosopher and educator
Susanne Langer
­ Works of art are symbolic representations but not necessarily personal expressions or emotions
(pg.68). Form, expression, and creations kept human beings engaged (pg.70).

­Tim O’Brien > conceptual art – appeared in National Geographic
­Tim O’Brien is an American artist who works in realistic style. His illustrations have appeared in magazines such as Times Magazine,
Newsweek, and National Geographic.
­Dada was an artistic and literary movement that began in 1919 in Switzerland.
Influenced by ideas and innovations from several early art styles ­ Cubism, Futurism, and Expressionism ­ its output was wildly diverse, ranging from performance art to poetry, photography, sculpture, painting and collage.
­Hannah Hoch > Dada art piece
­Hannah Hoch is a German Dada artist who experimented with non­objective art through painting, collage, photography and graphics.
More often than not her work was centered on women as they are depicted in media in comparison with actuality. Reasons why people think it…