Aesthetic experience and creativity in interactive art
SourceArt & Perception, 9, 2, (2021), pp. 167-198
Article / Letter to editor
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SW OZ BSI SCP
SW OZ DCC CO
Art & Perception
SubjectAction, intention, and motor control; Behaviour Change and Well-being
Interactive art, which is art that relies on the participation of a spectator and in which the spectators enter the creative process, has changed the way people relate with artworks. An experiment was conducted in a laboratory with an interactive artwork (Temporal Perspectives by Doruk Kumkuoglu and Sadettin Bilal Savas, 2016) to investigate whether interactivity is a factor that plays a role in the aesthetic emotions and creativity of the spectator. The results indicated a significant increase in beauty, in response to interactive art. Partial correlational network analyses were conducted to further investigate the emotional experience of the artworks in both conditions. These analyses showed differences between the conditions in the emotional response to interactive art. However, cognitive flexibility of participants did not differ between conditions. The results indicate that interactivity should be taken into account as an element that affects the perception of art.
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