In this topic we dig deeper into the change from interest for the artistic object to interest for the creative process. This evolution is clearly reflected in the boom of conceptual art during recent years, which mainly seeks to emphasize the conceptual process. An example of this is how performing arts are now part of the traditional art circuit. This type of art is based on the creative process rather than the final result.
“Narratives in contemporary ephemera” reflect the temporality in art, based on the fact that every process is transient, and therefore finite. This calls into question the traditional idea that art should be eternal.