Art of communication

Art of communication

The world is built on communication, and Art is the most aesthetic and interesting way of dialogue at the level of meaning. Rapidly developing technological progress, economic and political changes, the development of thinking, and the improvement of living standards — all this is changing communication every day.

The current global crisis of communication, which appeared in the first wave of the coronavirus and forced us to rethink the ways of interaction around the world, has put many old ways of cooperation and development of relations into question. There is an uncertainty in which it is necessary to relearn how to build global relations.

Today's article is about how art helps in this and how to build effective communications in conditions of total uncertainty.

The last few decades have witnessed tremendous changes: letters have become electronic, phones have turned into smartphones, and the Internet has completely replaced printed newspapers. You can and even need to communicate around the clock from anywhere in the world, and expressing your feelings and sharing your impressions has become a habit of using emojis on social networks or messengers. It would seem that the whole world is just a click away, but such global changes have caused a crisis in communications and the need to rebuild the form of communication.

From time immemorial, art has served as a way of uniting cultures, views, and meanings on a global level, art is a dialogue both internal and external, which captures values, emotions, and events in the space of time. Art can return to the past and boldly transfer to the future, or talk about the present.

Why do you think people created cave paintings in the primitive world? Hardly from idleness. They have already passed on meanings and told their story to the next generations. This is one of the key tasks of art — to capture the moment at the level of global meaning, from an interesting point of view, to expand the overall picture of the world. This is especially true now when we have really lost confidence in the predictability of tomorrow, and events are developing so …