This paper will explore the impacts of globalization on UK’s and Pakistan’s design innovation and creativity. The paper will also explore whether and how Pakistan can adopt UK’s art and design curriculum in response to globalization as well as predict future trends…
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As the report explores the effects of globalization on art and design can be traced to the mid-20th century when the industry of art and design began to lose its Eurocentric, elitist characteristics to a universal appreciation of the cultures of different societies. The Independent Group of London is considered as one of the significant players that heralded the Pop Art movement in the United Kingdom, which technically merged the unique qualities of high art with those of popular culture. The subsequent growth of the Internet tool and digital technologies towards the end of the 20th century through to the current century is increasingly erasing whatever unique qualities of the culture left.
According to the paper findings contemporary art of both the United Kingdom and Pakistan share certain similarities such as a revolutionary combination of clips, techniques and concepts, though the latter has weaker items. By contrast, London’s Independent Group has over the decades responded to the influences of globalization by integrating different forms of art and design including short media clips, films, shows, paintings, sculptures, imagery and drawings in a way that blends with the needs of the contemporary popular culture. Unlike Pakistan, British designs manifest greater revolutions due to its higher exposure to major global influences brought by technology advancements. Nevertheless, globalization has prompted British and Pakistani artists and designers to seek new, innovative techniques by traveling around the globe to learn different cultures.
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