Artistic Paradigms in The 21st Century: The Variability of Human Choice

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Hanna Chmil
Victor Sydorenko
Olena Berehova
Maryna Mishchenko
Nataliia Zhukova

Abstract

The relevance is that modern art is a field that requires the analysis of all creative processes because in its context there are continuous updates and changes in priorities. These transformations call for research on creativity and the creator, who expresses his position through an artistic interpretation of reality or imagination. The purpose of the article the modern cultural space, the nature of the interaction between the artist and the audience, and the significance of the creator, whose activity no longer serves to satisfy purely aesthetic needs, but is accompanied by the emergence of new types of art aimed at social resonance and self-expression, is revealed. As a result, the concepts of "modern art" and "postmodernism" were characterized. The study discusses the evolution of modern art, including its shift from modernist to postmodern characteristics, the impact of technology, and the changing relationship between artists and society. It also highlights the role of art in addressing societal issues and calls for further research in various fields influenced by art. The article reveals the role of art in human life, changes in perception, and social influence.

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Chmil, H., Sydorenko, V., Berehova, O., Mishchenko, M., & Zhukova, N. (2024). Artistic Paradigms in The 21st Century: The Variability of Human Choice. Herança, 7(2 in press). https://doi.org/10.52152/heranca.v7i2 in press.832
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