Tag: transmedia

Interdisciplinary Approach to Art

Why Art Interpretation requires an Integrated Perspective?

Article written in collaboration with Indrajeet Yadav, Editorial direction Julien Vandanjon, Assistance Mariana Turiel.

Art is a way of looking at the world and the real world is multifaceted. Exactly why an interdisciplinary viewpoint helps art interpretation – the melting pot of culture, social history, science, politics, economics, philosophy, environment, theatre, literature, and language. More than that, such a broad approach holds the potential to build empathy in young students and foster their complete intellectual and social advancement.

Continue reading

Technology in Art

How Museums & Universities are Utilizing Hi-Tech Tools in Art Exhibition & Research

Article written in collaboration with Indrajeet Yadav, Editorial direction Julien Vandanjon, Assistance Mariana Turiel.

If visuals are engaging, three-dimensional representations are powerful. Combine this with an enthralling story, and the recipe for superpower is complete. Precisely how technology is producing a groundbreaking effect on the world of art exhibition and research. Museums and universities are tapping into this boundless pool of possibilities, although loud whispers of concern are audible.

Continue reading