Volume : IX, Issue : V, May - 2020

Microbial Arts and their Impact on Art Aesthetics

Rakesh Kumar Chaudhary

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When we talk about art our mind visualize beautiful colors, nice drawings, the texture of surface and emotion with expression by painting, drawing, sculptures and many more things which is visible in our naked eyes. From the start of civilization art used as a tool to express our story and narration our work culture to the upcoming generation and it’s also used as learning and developed his mind human record all the activities by the drawing and painting which is available as proof in the cave also. After moving from primitive art to contemporary new media art its carries the idea only mediums change. This paper cover two types of people mid set one who friendly with traditional art practice and the other one who always prepares for experimental art, which belongs to new media art, and this type of artwork mostly created by the scientist. I am trying to explore the acceptance of microbial arts to the artist and their artistic beauty in the form of aesthetics. Contemporary artists working in laboratories to create a living and semi-living works of art. This paper offers an account of how bio-art can be read as an emerging contemporary art practice of the early twenty-first century. Empirical data, in the form of interviews with leading bio-art practitioners Oron Catts, Eduardo Kac, Kira O‘Reilly, Stelarc, and Paul Vanouse, are used to study how artists navigate between disciplines. In doing so, we discuss bio-art as a critical practice based on a communal ethos.

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MICROBIAL ARTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON ART AESTHETICS, Rakesh Kumar Chaudhary GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-9 | Issue-5 | May-2020


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