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Art Resilience movement Wikipédia
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Art speaks of the human world in the language of the world.
Note: Resilience is originally a term used in physics to characterize the ability of a material subjected to an impact to regain its original state. It is the ability to absorb disturbances, to be changed and then to re-organise, to learn from the disturbance, and to still retain the same basic structure, to still have the same identity.
In art, resilience is the ability of the artwork to preserve its special features through aesthetics despite increasing subjectivization.
See - Resilience in Art - Wikipédia
The 4th World Congress on Resilience in Marseille in June 2018, from June 28 to 30, at the Palais du Pharo.
A lire absolument !
A lire par tous ceux qui croient encore que tout peut être art et par ceux qui n'osent pas dire que tout n'est pas art.
Who Says That's Art? Michelle Marder Kamhi Sur Amazon
To read absolutely !
To read by those who still believe that everything can be art and by those who do not dare to say that everything is not art.
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