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“Nothing is Beatleproof!” In what context? - Art and the artist's image as communication


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Title: “Nothing is Beatleproof!” In what context? - Art and the artist's image as communication
Authors: Vlachou, Eirini Danai
Issue Date: 8-Feb-2012
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: Report/Department of Applied Information Technology
2010:098
Keywords: communication
context
art
popular culture
music
audience
identity
the Beatles
Abstract: Art is often definedasaprocessofcreationguidedbyartist’sintention.However,artwork as a means of expression is also a communicative medium. Does context and audience influenceartworkandidentityofartists?How?Canonedefineanartworkasaco-designbetweenartistandcontext,includingtheaudience?What is the role of communication in this process? The purpose of the thesis is to explore the idea of art as a communicative co-design process by studying the relation between the popular music band Beatles and it... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/28566
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