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Mathematical Infinite Concepts in Arts (미술에 표현된 수학의 무한사상)

  • Kye, Young-Hee
    • Journal for History of Mathematics
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.53-68
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    • 2009
  • From ancient Greek times, the infinite concepts had debated, and then they had been influenced by Hebrew's tradition Kabbalab. Next, those infinite thoughts had been developed by Roman Catholic theologists in the medieval ages. After Renaissance movement, the mathematical infinite thoughts had been described by the vanishing point in Renaissance paintings. In the end of 1800s, the infinite thoughts had been concreted by Cantor such as Set Theory. At that time, the set theoretical trend had been appeared by pointillism of Seurat and Signac. After 20 century, mathematician $M\ddot{o}bius$ invented <$M\ddot{o}bius$ band> which dimension was more 3-dimensional space. While mathematicians were pursuing about infinite dimensional space, artists invented new paradigm, surrealism. That was not real world's images. So, it is called by surrealism. In contemporary arts, a lot of artists has made their works by mathematical material such as Mo?bius band, non-Euclidean space, hypercube, and so on.

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A study of Visual Effects of Light Focusing on Illustration (빛(Light)의 시각적 효과에 대한 연구 일러스트레이션을 중심으로)

  • MOON, CHUL
    • Archives of design research
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.133-142
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    • 1999
  • Light is an essential element which make it possible for men to see things, and its important for painter cannot be too much emphasized. light has significant meanings in the history of painting as well as in human life. light playa an essential role in creating three- dimentional objects. Light has not only spiritural, psychological , and formative meanings but also in. itself in the field of drawing. In general, a study of light and colors should be understood not merely as visible effects but as something unconscious involving psychological experiences and spiritual symbols, thus, as a very subjective phenomena. The article analyzes new meanings and roles of light in modern area, examining ways in which studies of light has been performed. It also deals with the meaning and effects of light revealed in the history of oriental and western paintings, and their influence on modern illustrations through case studies in order to provide an opportunity to have a new understanding of light.

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Prints as Avant-garde Language of Mass Culture (대중문화의 전위 언어로서 프린트)

  • Yim, Young-Kil;Kim, Sook-Young
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.181-192
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    • 2009
  • Prints in the contemporary art has the radical aspects at not only to maintain the characteristic of printmaking in a field of visual image but also to fulfill and communicate a desire of the public. We can see this from the change of the printmaking forms among the alternation of diverse expression methods and media such as from the line-cut at the Renaissance to colored print process, photography, the beginning of 20th century cartoons, advertisement, art, and graphic poster. From that, we can understand the printmaking as a fluid media, not fixed, has finely accomplished its functions as an act of visual language to smoothly communicate with the individual desire and character than word or language at the complex and various cultural surface. This study is focused on that prints as an avant-garde language in popular culture. Therefore, I have examined the following two aspects. First, with focussing at the specific characters of the graphic posters, I try to define the differences between language and visual language and the effect from it to our emotional perception and behavior with the politic and economic point of view. Second, how has the printmaking art as an fine arts finely accomplished an linguistic action. These are the purpose of this study.

The Artisan of Bauhaus and Deisgn Democracy: Collision and Collaboration of Art and Technology (바우하우스의 장인과 디자인 민주주의: 예술과 기술의 충돌과 협력)

  • Ryu, Seoung-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.12
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    • pp.61-72
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    • 2015
  • The capitalistic resistance movement attempted in most modern art areas was carried out through a complete convergence of the art and skill, which was the new formation of the symbolic boundary. Although this resistance movement was aimed at restoring artisan art through the revival of tbe work of handicraftsmen, it consequently caused the stratification of the art and became a de-artisan art excluding the autonomous labor. Hereupon, this study would focus on Bauhaus which attempted to dismantle the symbolic boundary through the convergence of the technology and art which actively used the condition the great industry brought only as an effort for the restoration of artisan labor, and would examine the actor-network of Bauhaus. Therefore, this study would examine the Bauhaus' artistic trend, the 16C Renaissance art promotion movement, and the 19C art crafts movement in the network-oriented relation, and would analyze the Bauhaus' ideological source which expressed design democracy through the bridging role of and analyze the artisan art and the mechanism that had the new technology fused. Furthermore, the convergence possibility of the 'collaboration spirit' being embodied as a philosophy of the democracy in the design continues with the tremendous influence of the new technology.