• Principles for Interpreting Art

    The article by Terry Barett states that: “Interpretation is also the most important aspect of criticism because a responsible interpretation necessarily includes description, and because a thorough interpretation of a work of art, which results in an understanding of the art, renders judgement much easier and perhaps superfluous. Judgement of a work of art without …

  • How to make the most of ‘slow looking’ in London art galleries

    Thanks to my tutor, Diana, I came across an article that discusses curator Matthew Gale’s interest of slowing people down in Museums. Author states that “He’s planning “slow looking” events to help people see the pictures properly by discussing the artist’s imagery, structure and techniques. The exercise is, he observes, “a challenge in this day …

  • Interpreting Art in Museums and Galleries

    This excerpt from Interpreting Art discusses a very important matter: Art provides opportunities for a number of things. For those who engage with it in social contexts, it can provide content for discussion, a basis for social interaction and a way of understanding one’s identity and that of one’s companions. is social interaction may take …

  • Intervention 4.0 & Interviews: Art Interpretation and Apps?

      Analysis: the outcome of the interviews was quite positive as it confirmed most assumptions I had on the subject. Some people enjoy the liberty of interpreting art on their own as other enjoy the support. In both cases the app idea was welcomed and said would be used if “they were told to do …

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