Science and Art as knowledges and knowledges as art and science: the nature of decolonized knowledges
Keywords:Art, Science, Decoloniality
The production of knowledge became coarsened with the Science of the 16th century by abandoning knowledge that would no longer be considered knowledge like Science; science as a Modern invention. Likewise, artistic-cultural productions stiffen, because of Science: in the Renaissance the artist discredited as a scientist is treated as a connoisseur of a knowledge-body of plastic technique not of reason-Modern Science. So, more than one imagines, Science and Art have always been linked as knowledge. However, this split between knowledge/know equal Science, causing disagreements between knowledge of Science and knowledge of Art, knowledge of the Body and knowledge of Reason, causes binarisms in later cultures in the West and even on the East. Thinking from there, through decolonized thinking, I will emphasize that to dumb down Modern Science no longer needs to dumb down other knowledges, discussing, from the arts, perspectives on Science and Art as knowledges and Knowledges as art and science in the different Knowledge of Areas.
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