There are a number of examples of invasion and/or occupation, and/or colonizing. Choosing two where this is true (China 13th Century, Japan 14th Century, India 13th Century, Americans 14th Century or Pacific Cultures) point out how this reality affected the existing art and the art that was created later. Specifically name the area, the type of contact with another group that occurred, and the ramifications for the art world of that culture. Point out any negatives and/or positives you see that have come from the associations.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 7:13 am ad1c9bdddf
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I picked Japan during the 14th Century as an example. As you briefly point out how this reality affected the existing art and the art that was created later, I feel like the interactions from the Mongols (Chinese) allowed elements to permeate Japanese art. One piece, for example, is the "Taima mandala" from the Kamakura period (1185-1333) between the 12th - 14th centuries. Its image is at ...
Some brief examples of invasion and/or occupation, and/or colonizing in art are justified using references and notes.
Sayre's Cultural Decentering
Analyze and interpret the following quotation: "Worldwide, non-Western cultures faced fundamental challenges to their cultural identities" not so much a recentering of culture but a decentering of culture.
In the later nineteenth century and early twentieth century, what would a "decentering" of culture have meant for a given cultural group? Select from among the non-Western cultural groups noted in the text (Native American, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, or African) and research the impact of Western or European cultures on that group.
What was the selected non-Western culture like prior to the late nineteenth century? How did it change as a result of European expansion? How is this change representative of what Sayre calls a "decentering" of culture? Be sure to use specific examples and details.View Full Posting Details