How does culture relate to art ?
Urban art is a cultural phenomenon par excellence. Civilisation has consistently been constructed by or against the wild, savage and animalistic, it's entirely possible there's a lot missing along those lines from the story.
Culture is the everyday art, can you prove it? The whole point of Grasshopper's theorem is that giant innovative leaps come apparently out of nowhere.
Jean Sibelius, "Art is the signature of civilizations."
Mental imagery and memory relate art to culture. Even the craziest images talk about carving out a place for them in the larger culture. It’s art–culture co-evolution, they feed off of each other. Minimal narrative means "Art that speaks for itself".
Visual art culture : The same irony that has reduced painting to a self-parodic anti-art statement. While scientific misconduct usually involved scientists who cut corners or fabricated data, artists are committed to cut corners and make their own data. Many pictures in the world today live in a state of chaos due to their lack of personal development.
The picture aims to use pixel methods to crack another knotty problem in art humor:
The pencil's dream is to change the direction of art, to create something from nothing.
Van Doesburg, Too much irony is not fair
Colours evoke associations which are culturally determined. Art pictures, by necessity, has an idealistic view of things. Significant artwork is charmingly eccentric.
This possibility is certainly open, this is life, but most good picture to remember were not famous for anything.
True art will not come from Chaos, it will come from a piece of wood or metal that allows its figures to determine their own destiny.