It is quite natural for words to have different meaning and uses. With this short story I want to draw attention to the fact that different interpretations and meanings exist, and to suggest how every activity in our life, if conducted with “artistic sensibility”, can be considered as “art”.

Art Is Everywhere — How to Really Look at Things (BIS Publishers)

The Balinese have a saying:

We have no art, we do everything the best way we can do.

Similarly, Victor Papanek praises the Inuit people as the world´s best designers because everybody is an artist in the sense that “a man…


Art Is Everywhere — How to Really Look at Things (BIS Publishers)

This is an effort for making more accessible and understandable the process of creating an art work.

Artworks are here classified according to the creative process behind them, partially identified by Bruno Munari in the late 1970s.

Please note that this list is in progress, and these categories are not always so clear and distinct.

If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact me here, on Facebook or Instagram.

Creative processes:

01. Opposites & Contraries

02. Visual or functional similarities

03. Changing scale, context, material, etc.…

04. Combining or repeating

05. Collecting

06. Optical illusions

07. Mixture of the…

SerraGlia

Trained as architect. Ex-graffiti writer. 🔎Botanist of the sidewalks. Author of Art Is Everywhere (BIS Publishers). www.serraglia.com

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