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July 11, 2010, 01:04:41 PM
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In true creative expression there are two levels. Art and meaning. Art is art, just an attempt to create a good image, or something that sounds or looks cool. Meaning is the opposite. It's just a pure expression of what you mean or your best attempt.

Example: I am on fire with pain. (Meaning ((Emo but meaning ok??)))
             I am on fire with pain. Taste the acid rain. (Adding the second part to sound cool, not as a continuation of a true expression. That is art.)

Use art and meaning as you wish.

This is the only one I have, but if anyone has a bright idea, like something similar, then post it up. In the future I might edit this post to include more things. I would try to make up things but that would just defeat the point of this.

The whole art and meaning thing can be applied to how the human mind works and all levels of expression. In every day conversation you can probably see good examples of both, and a mix of both whether it's from yourself or another.
« Last Edit: July 15, 2010, 12:11:53 AM by Tribulations »
Are humans really capable of creating this world as they dream?

July 11, 2010, 01:53:45 PM
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