The Impact Of Art On Our Lives

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Further and Further away seems the ultimate purpose of the human race, as our society progresses, still we search for that question, and that answer. That is the human condition, our Sadness, pain of living, our fear of death and the endless thirst. That may be the truth for most modern and first world countries, our history has only repeated itself throughout the years. The only thing that has changed is our evolution, or developments in Culture, Technology and discovering the very meaning of being alive on this planet. Art has played a huge role in many developments, with such massive visual influence. It has easily changed, manipulated and persuaded people throughout history, for good and for evil. Art plays an essential role in our everyday and social lives. It’s everywhere we are; in our homes and workplaces, on TV and radio, Plastered all over the Internet, in museums and in galleries. Art defines and reflects our world. Art has always has, and always will trigger change in the world, from a small town to entire countries, its silent message always will be one that is heard. This can be seen especially through the contrasting art of Frida Kahlo, and Shirin Nashat. Frida Kahlo’s life was stained with drama, pain and tragedy. At 16 she was involved in a motor accident which left her in chronic pain for the rest of her life. “I suffered two grave accidents in my life…One in which a streetcar knocked me down and the other was Diego.” These complications initiated
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