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ART by Mind Map: ART

1. Culture

1.1. cu

2. Systems of Art

2.1. institutions

2.1.1. boundaries

2.1.2. conventions

2.1.3. ideology

2.1.3.1. reality

2.1.4. cultural institutions

2.2. Museums

2.3. Galleries

2.4. circulates

2.4.1. meaning

2.4.1.1. impoortance

3. 18th Century

3.1. religious

3.2. political

3.3. 'ART'

3.4. Revolotions

3.4.1. Liberal Democracy

3.4.1.1. 'citizen'

3.4.1.1.1. individual

3.4.2. Capitalism

3.4.2.1. individual

3.4.2.1.1. right to own

4. Artist

4.1. Individuals

4.1.1. property

4.1.1.1. contract

4.2. Authority

4.3. free will

4.4. authenticity

4.4.1. signature

4.4.1.1. value

5. Instutions of Art

5.1. Guilds

5.1.1. middle ages

5.2. Academies

5.2.1. State Institutions

5.2.2. Monarchy

5.2.3. 16th-17th century

5.2.4. sciences

5.2.5. liberal arts

5.2.6. fine arts

5.3. Priavet Studio

5.3.1. individualism

5.3.2. priavet dealer

5.3.3. free market

5.4. Galleries

5.5. Museums

5.5.1. Modern Museums

5.5.1.1. public museums

5.5.1.2. high art

5.5.2. Postmodern Museums

5.5.2.1. exhibition galeries

5.5.2.2. restaurants

5.5.2.3. gift shops

5.5.2.4. bookstores

6. İmage

6.1. knowledge

6.1.1. documantery

6.2. documentary

6.3. CAMERA

6.3.1. mobile

6.3.2. NO CENTER

6.3.3. Visible

6.3.3.1. Fugitive

6.3.4. Paintings

6.3.4.1. Portables

6.3.4.2. travels

6.3.4.3. original

6.3.4.4. reproduction

6.3.5. images

6.3.6. moving

6.3.7. changing

6.3.8. mass media

6.3.9. Reproduction

6.3.9.1. market value

6.3.9.2. meaning

6.3.9.3. powerfull

6.3.9.4. mesagges

6.3.9.5. concept

6.3.9.6. context

6.3.9.7. Public İmage

6.3.9.8. minds

6.3.9.8.1. imaginary museums

7. Mystification

7.1. Meaning

7.2. past

7.3. explaining

7.4. justify

7.4.1. protect

7.4.1.1. ruling class

7.5. objective

7.6. perceive

7.6.1. point of view

7.7. missleading

8. perspective

8.1. Europian art

8.1.1. early Renaissance

8.2. painting

8.2.1. eye of the beholder

8.2.2. God-like

8.2.3. stable position

8.2.4. CENTER

8.3. Aerial Perspective

8.3.1. Leonardo Da Vinci

9. Oil Paintings

9.1. 16th century

9.2. cultural assumptions

9.3. properties

9.3.1. Texture

9.3.2. Richness of surface

9.3.3. Solidity

9.3.4. Tangibility

9.4. Technique

9.5. Art form

9.5.1. style of living

9.5.1.1. wealth

9.5.1.1.1. buyable objects

9.6. sense of touch

9.7. symbolism

9.8. illusionism

9.9. realistic

9.10. ownership

9.11. Genre Paintings

9.11.1. Frans Hals

9.11.2. Adriaen Brouwer

9.12. WOMEN

9.12.1. mirror

9.12.2. surveyed

9.12.3. appear

9.12.4. Nude

9.12.4.1. sight

9.12.4.1.1. seductive

9.12.5. Naked

9.12.5.1. without clothing

10. DESIGN

10.1. message

10.2. Thinking

10.2.1. Problem

10.2.2. Solution

10.2.2.1. sketching

10.2.2.1.1. consulting

10.2.3. Audience

10.2.4. content

10.2.5. form

10.2.6. function

10.3. Looking

10.3.1. Nature

10.3.2. Artifacts

10.3.3. History

10.4. Doing

10.4.1. redoing

10.4.1.1. selecting

10.4.1.1.1. critique

10.5. possible solutions

10.6. Design Process

10.6.1. define

10.6.1.1. research

10.6.1.1.1. ideate

11. COMPOSITION

11.1. sketches

11.2. material

11.3. size

11.3.1. whole arrangement

11.3.1.1. perspective

11.3.1.1.1. sight

11.4. Horizontality Verticality

11.4.1. stability

11.4.2. peace

11.4.3. golden section

11.5. Harmony Balance

11.5.1. weighing

11.5.2. tonal contrast

11.5.3. light

11.5.4. Camera Obscura

11.5.4.1. dark box

11.5.4.1.1. proportions

11.6. Rhytm

11.6.1. repetition

11.6.2. regularity

11.6.3. foreground

11.6.3.1. background

11.6.4. movement

11.7. Curves Diagonals

11.7.1. movement

11.7.2. spontaneity

11.8. Color

11.8.1. Primary Colors

11.8.1.1. Secondary Colors

11.8.2. hue

11.8.3. vibrancy

11.8.4. Complemantary

11.8.5. cool colors

11.8.5.1. warm colors

11.8.6. shade

11.8.6.1. tint

11.9. Collage

11.10. Symetry Asymetry

11.10.1. spontaneity

11.11. Space

11.11.1. Perspective

11.11.1.1. Linear Perspective

11.11.1.1.1. depth

11.11.1.2. Aerial Perspective

11.11.1.2.1. Leonardo Da Vinci

11.11.2. geometrical space

11.11.3. imaginative space

11.11.3.1. use of light

11.12. Form

11.12.1. sculptural

11.12.1.1. light

11.12.1.1.1. shade

11.12.2. volume

11.12.3. weight

12. SCULPTURE

12.1. solid forms

12.2. Modeling

12.3. Carving

12.4. Assemblage

12.5. 3D Fuller Form

12.5.1. Closed Form

12.5.1.1. solid mass

12.5.1.2. self contained

12.5.1.3. compact

12.5.1.4. carved out

12.5.1.5. symetrical

12.5.1.6. rigid

12.5.1.7. certainties

12.5.2. Semi-open Form

12.5.2.1. Greece

12.5.2.1.1. ideal body proportions

12.5.2.2. flexible

12.5.3. Open Form

12.5.3.1. various masses

12.5.3.2. balance of action

12.5.3.3. tension

12.5.3.4. movement

12.6. Relief

12.6.1. carved forms

12.6.2. Low Relief

12.6.2.1. decorative

12.6.3. Medium Relief

12.6.3.1. creative

12.6.3.2. architectural interraction

12.6.4. High Relief

12.6.5. Full Treatment

12.6.5.1. free sculptures

12.6.5.2. columns

12.7. 4th Dimension

12.7.1. time

12.7.2. space

12.7.3. transparent

12.8. Kinetic Sculpture

12.8.1. monement

12.8.2. Motorized Sculptures

12.8.2.1. engineering

12.8.2.2. light

12.8.2.3. motor

12.9. Assemblage

12.9.1. found objects

12.9.2. abstract

12.10. Figurative

12.11. Abstract

12.11.1. exaggerations

13. INSTALLATION

13.1. Spectator involvement

13.2. new perception

13.2.1. time

13.2.1.1. space

13.3. own space

13.4. Ready Made

13.4.1. Marcel Duchamp

13.4.2. Gary Hill

13.4.2.1. Tall Ships

13.5. Perishable Materials

13.5.1. constant change

13.5.2. unfixable

13.6. Awkward Questions

13.6.1. Hance

13.7. space

13.8. constituent objects

13.9. images

13.10. spectator

14. original

15. individual genius

16. aesthatic beauty

17. ARCHITECTURE

17.1. Art

17.1.1. Science

17.2. Function

17.3. Traditional Architecture

17.3.1. not designed

17.3.2. traditional

17.3.3. experienced

17.3.3.1. experiment

17.3.4. geographical effects

17.4. Monumental Architecture

17.4.1. architects

17.4.2. designed

17.4.3. Architectural Terminology

17.4.3.1. masculine characteristics

17.4.3.1.1. static

17.4.3.2. feminine characteristics

17.4.3.2.1. movement

17.4.3.2.2. elaborate façade

17.4.4. Baraque Style

17.4.4.1. sculptural

17.4.4.2. light

17.4.4.2.1. shade

17.4.4.3. exaggerated

17.4.4.4. elaborate façade

17.4.4.5. feminine

17.4.5. Georgıan Style

17.4.5.1. rigid

17.4.5.2. classical architecture

17.4.5.3. static

17.4.5.4. masculine

17.4.5.5. function

17.4.5.6. symetrical

17.4.5.7. flat façade

17.4.6. Modern Architecture

17.4.6.1. NEW

17.4.6.1.1. materials

17.4.6.1.2. techniques

17.4.6.1.3. construction

17.4.6.2. İnternational

17.4.6.3. UNIVERSAL

17.4.7. Post-Modern Architecture

17.4.7.1. combines

17.4.7.1.1. Previous Periods

17.4.7.2. balance

17.4.7.3. harmony

17.4.7.4. unity

17.4.7.5. rebuilding

17.4.7.6. local identity

17.4.7.7. COMMUNUCATION

17.5. important buildings

17.6. traditional buildings

17.7. industrial buildings

18. AVANT GARDE

18.1. Revitalize

18.1.1. culture

18.1.2. society

18.2. MASS MEDİA

18.3. photographs

18.4. clothing

18.5. sculpture

18.6. buildings

18.7. paintings

18.8. magazines

18.9. manifestos

18.10. REVİITALIZE

18.11. CUBISTS

18.11.1. signature style

18.11.2. outside of the self

18.11.3. Pablo Picasso

18.11.4. geometric shapes

18.11.5. abstract

18.11.6. multiple views

18.12. FUTURISTS

18.12.1. modern technologies

18.12.2. machines

18.12.3. industralism

18.12.4. manifestos

18.12.5. mass audience

18.12.6. FACISTS

18.12.7. mass media

18.12.8. MARINETTI

18.13. DADAISTS

18.13.1. Cabaret Voltaıre

18.13.2. Karawane

18.13.3. meaninglessness

18.13.4. MARCEL DUSCHAMP

18.14. SURREALISTS

18.14.1. ANDRE BRETON

18.14.2. transform life

18.14.3. integrate

18.14.4. change

18.14.4.1. art

18.14.5. dreamlike

18.14.6. daily life

18.14.7. poetry

18.14.8. paintings

18.14.9. sculpture

18.14.10. films

18.14.11. photos

18.14.12. SALVADOR DALI

18.15. BAUHAUS MOVEMENT

18.15.1. Germany

18.15.2. functionality

18.15.3. cheap

18.15.4. simple

18.15.5. no decoratıon

18.15.6. glass

18.15.7. mass productıon

18.15.8. World War 2

18.15.9. Nazis

18.15.10. architecture

18.15.11. WALTER GROPIUS

18.16. DE STIJIL

18.16.1. neoplasticism

18.16.2. purification

18.16.3. Netherlands

18.16.4. PIET MONDRIAN

18.16.5. non-figurative

18.16.6. functionality

18.16.7. geometric shapes

18.16.8. cheap

18.16.9. primary colors

18.16.10. simplicity

18.16.11. industrial age

18.16.12. design

18.17. SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONAL

18.17.1. international

18.17.2. universal aesthetics

18.17.3. mass media

18.17.4. objection

18.17.5. revolutionary

18.18. Mass Media

18.18.1. addvertisements

18.18.2. photos

18.18.3. films

18.18.4. image

18.18.5. spread

18.18.6. common people

18.18.7. Public İmage

18.18.8. Political Propaganda