Whenever you visit major museums, people can find many immortal names in small plaques. Any artistic enthusiast will be excited when he enters these times and the building he builds. It may be the atmosphere of the architecture, the existence of the art, the personality, perhaps the magnificence of the universe, or perhaps the artist's own spirit watching their own creations.
The art of machine reproduction (1935, seiner technischen Reproduzierbarkeit of Das Kunstwerk im Zeitalter) suggests that by author Walter Benjamin, the aura of a work of art is mechanically duplicated and devalued. The theme and theme of this article had a great influence on art history, architectural theory, cultural research and media theory. During the German Nazi regime (1933 - 45), Benjamin wrote an essay on creating an artistic theory that "will serve revolutionary demands in the development of artistic politics in popular culture". In times of lack of tradition and ritual value, the creation of art is essentially based on political practice.
"The name of Benjamemes comes from German artist theorist Walter Benjamin, in the 1936 article" Artwork of the Mechanical Replication Era ", he detailed the newly discovered artistic reproducibility and usefulness It was. He thinks that there is a hello that makes it possible to see unique unique experiences in the originality of art. Copying reduces the value of the original aura. Because of love meme. "Initially, I was very enthusiastic about drawing IKEA monkeys, his isolation, his expression, and most importantly, his jacket - all these were truly appealing to me. There is a treasure house of past materials and a new Planrace is happening. "
Analysis of the art in the mechanical reproduction era leads to these insights with serious insight, so we must treat these relationships fairly. The copied artwork is a work of art designed with reproducibility in mind. For example, you can create as many photos as you like from photo negatives, but it does not make sense to require "real" prints. However, as the authenticity standard no longer applies to artworks, the overall function of art is reversed. It is not based on rituals, but it is based on different practices - politics