Collaboration is another word for teamwork. It’s the ‘art of merging’ two or more creative minds together to create a masterpiece, whether it is an artist and a writer, an artist and a photographer or an artist and a musician. This is a powerful partnership that has the ability to create a massive explosion of creativity and express their emotions through their piece of art.
Collaboration is more than getting together to fuse your creative energy onto a large canvas. It doesn’t just happen in one sitting of an artist it is a long process of using imagination and emotion. The paintings or plays created by artist let us experience another person’s artsy mind and have the ability to step into the shoes of artist’s soul and mind. From this medium of arts, we understand the knowledge, perspectives and styles.
In school, whenever we were given an art project I would always draw something creative like copying the melting clock painting by Salvador Dali. I always add in my own twits and representing my perception on how time melts away in a blink of an eye. I would always go around my class to see what other students interpretation was from my drawing and nobody would give me the same answer. As Eli Broad states “Art evokes emotion. It doesn’t have to be a thing of beauty”.
‘Art itself is a language of its own’ as it considers the creator’s intention and the aesthetic beauty. Every dance, photo, painting seems to have a background that sparks through the artwork, in literature when I read plays, I reach the childhood of the author as an incident in their lives provoked them to write a mesmerizing play. Hence in Arts, the idea is sparked by an individual making their own product but the outsiders give them options that help make the knowledge collaborative.