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  1. Introduction
  2. Technological aspect
  3. Economic aspect
  4. Conclusion

Art is a means of conveying one's feelings and generating an attractive object that is enriching to others. It is a way of controlling masses and manipulating individual conscience. Art is vital in the community since it defines persons and makes them better. Art and human values deals with the essential, hypothetical, and practical perceptions, which regard art as a strong social and civilizing force. Different people have different opinions of the human values of art. The readings on art and human values are diverse and present abundant art perspectives. The present society, however, does not concentrate on supporting art. The people in the contemporary society according to current data do not even know the significance of art. This paper will examine the economic and technological pressures that shape the notions of art and artists. It will discuss technology and its role in art. It will also discuss the ways through which artists relate with technological and economic advances to identify with their works.

The opportunities of audience involvement in art works have substantially increased due to the introduction of digital technology. The level of cooperation amongst technologists and artists influences the required relation between computers and artists. Computer graphics were initially demonstrated as art in the year 1965. An outstanding growth between art and technology has been noted since 1980. Since then, organizations have been established to aid art developments. Artists and technologists are establishing schemes for creative examination via practical and physical interactivity. Interactive art deals with the techniques through which technology works. In today's art, the performers and the viewers have a fundamental role to play. In the ancient times, it was a dream for artworks to convert viewers into contributors. The chances for involving the audience have increased with the introduction of new technology. Cooperation in art practice has considerably grown, in the sense that illustrative art has developed some of the features of film production, with groups of experts cooperating in projects (Rader 214).

[...] Art practices are becoming extremely influential in modern technology. The manner in which the artist associates with computers and digital technology to specify his work is, however, multifaceted. The increasing level of relation between technologists and artists influences the required attention amongst artists and computers. In cases where the artist is not able to utilize technology, then the rationale is due to the artist's failure to use the software. The problems associated with working with technology have made artists abandon existing rules. [...]


[...] Different people have different opinions of the human values of art. The readings on art and human values are diverse and present abundant art perspectives. The present society, however, does not concentrate on supporting art. The people in the contemporary society according to current data do not even know the significance of art. This paper will examine the economic and technological pressures that shape the notions of art and artists. It will discuss technology and its role in art. It will also discuss the ways through which artists relate with technological and economic advances to identify with their works. [...]

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