Meaning is understood in nonrepresentational art as a pure expression by the artist of emotion or subjective experience.
Nonrepresentational work refers to art that does not attempt to represent or reference reality.
- In the late 19th century, artists began to move toward increasing abstraction as a means of communicating subjective experience more personally and creatively.
- Artists such as Kandinsky and Mondrian viewed art as an expression of spirituality.
- nonrepresentationalNot intended to represent a physical object in reality.
- expressionism A movement in the arts in which the artist does not depict objective reality, but rather a subjective expression of inner experience.
Composition 5 by Wassily Kandinsky
Broadway Boogie Woogie By Piet Mondrian
Here is the link to experiment with Non-representational painting: Bomomo
Here are some pieces of music that you can use for your artwork that is inspired by music:
Cee lo Green/ Daryl Hall I can’t go for that
Happy Pharrell Williams
Sun in the Night by Brand X
Lady Smith Black Mambazo
Crazy Train by Ozzy
Eclipse by Pink Floyd
The Force Awakens/ Star Wars
Waltz of Snowflakes
Beethovens 5th Symphony