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The existence of God is the even more basic than the ... ... middle of paper ... ...is defined, the rest of the essay would be much easier to decipher. The Art of Religious Communication was a very intriguing essay, which explained the existence of God in a totally new philosophical way. Kupfer’s use of poems and artistic representation of God is a fairly new concept. He took something else that we know, art, and used it as a visual to explain God. Usually God is explained using rational arguments and logic, which often fail.
Introduction Modernism derived from the search for a new form of expression, breaking out of the traditional way of art. Traditional subjects were never the main concern as modern artists create works that reveal more about the aesthetics and concerns of art. As modern artists seek to establish new approaches to their artwork, they often question the way of representation and techniques of traditional art. As modern art develops, it is known to be rebellious by nature as they seek for continual desire to shock along with the desire of originality. But overtime, society accepted how modern art is and their desire of originality and continual shock.