The Visual Conveyance of Meaning through Technique in Computer-Generated Art
This study analyzes the alleged misuse of computer-generated art techniques and their failure to deliver significant messages to the audience. Because the investigator intended to demonstrate the potential of these images to become works of art, she consulted articles on the apparent relationship between the techniques and the reputation of computer-generated art, plus recent publications in which distinguished artists of this genre explain the creative choices behind their works. Also, she began the composition of artworks employing current techniques in vector graphics and raster graphics with Adobe and Macromedia's current graphic bundles. These pieces, along with pictures from renowned artists, exemplified solutions to rectify the utility of computer-generated art techniques in conveying meaning. An autodidactic approach to current art education is necessary, as well as the actualization of the concept of fine arts to encourage the production of meaningful pieces, if the computer is to convey meaning effectively.
Interamerican University of Puerto Rico - San German Campus
Visual Arts: Painting and Graphic Arts
Prof. John Jennings
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