Authors: José G. Birlanga; Juan Ignacio Rouyet; Luis Joyanes
Addresses: Faculty of Arts, Department of Philosophy, Módulo V/Despacho 310, Madrid Autónoma University, Campus de Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, Spain ' IT Consulting Department, Quint Wellington Redwood, C/ Alfonso XII, 38, Madrid 28014, Spain ' Department of Languages and Computing Systems and Software Engineering, Pontifical Salamanca University, Pso. Juan XIII, 3, Madrid 28040, Spain
Abstract: The universe of the arts may be articulated around a set of components which although can be tracked as constant over the time, each one of them has its own non-autonomous evolution. Furthermore, the insularity of these components is being questioned. Today, it is difficult to ignore the quantitative and qualitative leap of its amounts and relationships. Understanding current, and future, art implies understanding the elements that comprise this set and their relationship. To accomplish this, we propose an interdisciplinary reference framework applying the knowledge management theory. We propose the Nonaka and Takeuchi’s model to explain the meanings and relationships concerning the components, in both the classical and current system of the arts, within an artistic universe that is becoming broader and less definable.
Keywords: knowledge management; art components; experience aesthetic; tacit knowledge; Nonaka; Takeuchi.
International Journal of Arts and Technology, 2012 Vol.5 No.1, pp.86 - 100
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