Democratic Expression in Art - Originality

  • Sevil Bulanik Near East University


While continuing its production, art needs democracy to be supported by abstract and concrete thoughts and broaden its horizons. At the same time, artworks must be interpreted freely to ensure the continuity of democracy. All arts are objects for a consciousness that understands it "within the context of its conditions." The artist creates the formal structure, namely the aesthetic phenomenon, by understanding and interpreting his independent and impartial impressions.With the help of democracy, the artist does not repeat himself but nurtures his creativity. Simultaneously, the democratic platform that makes the person who interprets the work of art, the subject effective, allows the artist to be criticized and makes the artist alive. As an object of understanding, the human 'subject' can interpret and concretize artwork. The relationship between the artist and the person who interprets his work must preserve its vitality and dynamism. This article wants to show the concept of democracy as an important factor that keeps the relationship between the artist and the human being who enjoys the artwork. It aims to underline the need for works of art so that democracy can maintain its continuity and preserve its value.