The Love of Art: European Art Museums and Their Public

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The worry is that at some point the reflex no longer works. It is limited by boredom.

The Love of Art: European Art Museums and Their Public

Consciously or not. A successful aesthetic relationship strikes a good balance between factors which facilitate and others which inhibit understanding. Cognitive psychology, which studies mental processes, draws a distinction between two forms of processing. One is convergent, attempting to classify data as quickly as possible; the other is divergent, trying instead to delay classification. But I might equally well look at the thing for hours, from all possible angles, standing on my head or just gazing at its colour.

In which case I must accept divergence. Artists, Schaeffer suggests, are divergent. Curiosity is the shifting earth on which a shortage of information becomes positive.

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Take a nativity scene, for instance. But a divergent view will look further, exploring the texture, background and any stories to be found there.

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Why does she stop there for 15 minutes? Or for six hours?

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In the latter case, she may be a specialist who needs to look at a specific painting, or perhaps a visitor who is lost. This article appeared in Guardian Weekly, which incorporates material from Le Monde.

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