Enjoying, and grateful for, every last moment on JJ, and trusting I can find another way to cope with what lies ahead. Yes, it is very dangerous, and yes I am privileged to pursue this passion, but I also know it is hard for those who don’t ride to understand. Daten über Ihr Gerät und Ihre Internetverbindung, darunter Ihre IP-Adresse, Such- und Browsingaktivität bei Ihrer Nutzung der Websites und Apps von Verizon Media. Difference between content and context is based in their meaning. But again, without a context it is difficult for me to form an opinion on the content. aus oder wählen Sie 'Einstellungen verwalten', um weitere Informationen zu erhalten und eine Auswahl zu treffen. November 18, 2009 at 1:46 AM Some distinguish "subject matter" from "content" - - i.e., denotations vs. connotations, more or less -- while others prefer terms like "meaning" vs. You might think, "what you see is what you get." ( Log Out /  The exhibition curator, the art historian and writers play a critical role in supporting the general public’s access to an appreciation of contemporary art. 1. This is why Duchamp isn’t an interesting artist. My criticism is that some writers on the subject of contemporary art spend too much time impressing themselves and attempting to impress their colleagues with overdone theoretical pronouncements and references. I am in a humanities class and having a little trouble understanding the difference between subject matter and content. Armed with that context I went on to read and seek out Wall’s work over the years and have learned to appreciate the thought and skill involved in these elaborately staged constructions. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. – Terry Barrett, Criticizing Art: Understanding the Contemporary 6 It mainly focuses on the physical aspects of the artwork, such as medium, color, value, space, etc., rather than on what it communicates. That which contents or satisfies; that which if attained would make one happy. Essentially this is the same difference as foreground and background. See Wiktionary Terms of Use for details. To give contentment or satisfaction; to satisfy; to gratify; to appease. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License; additional terms may apply. The context in art is subjective to both the person who created the work (artist) and the viewer (or listener, etc). Dies geschieht in Ihren Datenschutzeinstellungen. However, there are some differences between the two words that set them apart. There is less consensus here. As verbs the difference between context and content is that context is (obsolete) to knit or bind together; to unite closely while content is to give contentment or satisfaction; to satisfy; to gratify; to appease. Context is the circumstance that helps us to understand any text whereas content is the material dealt with in a literary work or speech. Fortunate for us, Dr. Bob took the time to write and publish his useful approach to the Elements of Art in an Online Handbook that anyone can consult free of charge. Very interesting details you have mentioned , appreciate it for putting up. There can be different, competing, and contradictory interpretations of the same artwork. In the context of visual arts, "form" can refer to the formal elements of an artwork (lines, shapes, colors, textures, forms, values and tones, space and composition) or to the style, technique and media used by the artist. Definitions:*Form,*Content*andContext* _____* FORM* The!form!of!a!work!of!art!or!designrefers!to!all!of!its!visible!elements!and!the!particular!way! Flipboard Magazine of Weekly Links, Videos, and Articles of Interest. Content is the words or ideas that make up a piece (from Latin contensum "held together", "contained"). Pingback: Project 3 – Case Study ‘A Place Beyond Belief’ | Jodie Kennedy. ( Log Out /  ( Log Out /  • Dr. Bob, as he encourages his students to call him, has maintained an amazing passion and interest in teaching art history from a social and historical perspective that also incorporates careful attention to the many constituent aspects of the art objects themselves. It’s not the context that counts, it’s the content. – Content refers to the sensory, subjective, psychological, or emotional properties we feel in a work of art. Content is the material/matter/medium contained within the work that’s available for audience. You may have seen that context and content are two words used in the English language that are often confused due to the apparent similarity of their spellings and pronunciation.