Form and content

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In art and art criticism, form and content are considered distinct aspects of a work of art. The term form refers to the work's style, techniques and media used, and how the elements of design are implemented. Content, on the other hand, refers to a work's essence, or what is being depicted.[1]

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You may also want to refer to Susan Sontag's "Against Interpretation" for further reference on form vs. content.