Lozanovska, Mirjana 2010, Mirjana Lozanovska. Deakin University. In Williams, Anthony, Ostwald, Michael J. and Askland, Hedda Haugen (ed), Creativity, design and education : theories, positions and challenges, Australian Learning and Teaching Council, Strawberry Hills, N. S. W., pp.86-92.
Creativity can be related to the human capacity to make, but with more emphasis on the process of making and the way the thing made reveals this. Creativity can also be related to production or objects that involve beauty, innovation, pleasure and ideas beyond the functional, rational and economic. Creativity can thus be associated with the human subject and/ or the object produced. The subject and object of creativity are sometimes entwined, and often represented as symbiotic in relation to artists and artistic production. In the seminal text Keywords, Raymond Williams (1976: 76) explains the historical associations between the words 'create' and 'creation' and the 'divine'; and later associations with the poet's and the artist's productions, leading eventually to the 'creative arts: However, the subject and object of creativity are not the same, as illustrated in the study of archaeological artefacts, where often the human subject (maker) is unknown. It is important they are not merged, and in this text I will try to respond to each part.
Field of Research
120103 Architectural History and Theory
Socio Economic Objective
970112 Expanding Knowledge in Built Environment and Design
HERDC Research category
BN Other book chapter, or book chapter not attributed to Deakin
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