Creatividad artística y demencia. Un estudio de evaluación por expertos

  • Manuel H. Belver Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  • Ana Mª Ullán Universidad de Salamanca
Palabras clave: Arte, demencia, artistas, creatividad

Resumen

El objetivo de este estudio fue determinar si expertos atribuían a artistas o a personas sin experiencia artística previa una serie de imágenes creadas por personas con demencia que participaban en un programa de educación artística contemporánea. De esta manera, buscamos obtener un indicador de la calidad artística de las imágenes producidas por personas con demencia. Participaron en el trabajo 122 especialistas en arte a los que se presentaron 30 imágenes, 15 obras de artistas profesionales y 15 creadas por personas con demencia. Para cada una de las 15 imágenes creadas por las personas con demencia, calculamos la proporción de expertos que atribuyeron la imagen a un artista profesional. Los resultados indicaron que, en un número significativo de casos, que variaron según las imágenes, los expertos atribuyeron las imágenes a artistas profesionales. El juicio de los expertos refuerza la idea del potencial creativo de las personas con demencia.

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Publicado
2017-05-29
Cómo citar
H. Belver, M., & Ullán, A. (2017). Creatividad artística y demencia. Un estudio de evaluación por expertos. Arte, Individuo Y Sociedad, 29(Esp.), 127-138. https://doi.org/10.5209/ARIS.54453
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