Friday, April 15, 2011
Process vs. End Result in Digital Art
Usually the process is more meaningful to the artist and other artists viewing the piece. However as some people become more comfortable with the digital aesthetic the process becomes more questionable yet less meaningful to the end result. For other's it is the opposite, were are they can do as they view the piece is question the process "I wonder how the artist did that?" For me, "Ultimately, any experience of an artwork is interactive, relying on a complex interplay between contexts and productions of meaning at the recipients' end" (67). To me this means, that most viewers don't need to know the process of how a piece of art is created. For the viewer the artworks is more about how they can interact with it, and how they can relate to it.