Psychologia sztuki

Autorzy

George Mather
Uniwersyt w Lincoln, Zjednoczone Królestwo
Katarzyna Piszczek

Słowa kluczowe:

sztuka, psychologia, neuronauka, kreatywność

Streszczenie

Psychologia sztuki zapewnia eklektyczny wstęp do niezliczonych metod, dzięki którym psychologia może pomóc w pojmowaniu i docenieniu działalności twórczej. Odkrywając, w jaki sposób postrzegamy wszystko, co nas otacza, od koloru po ruch, prezentowana książka umożliwia przyjrzenie się tworzeniu sztuki jako formie ludzkiego zachowania, które czerpie z historii jako nieustannego źródła inspiracji, konfliktu i dyskusji. Ukazuje też, jak oszustwo, technologia reprodukcji i seksizm wpływają na naszą ocenę sztuki.

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