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화예디자인에 나타난 집적(集積) 표현 연구

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Author(s)
국경아
Issued Date
2010
Abstract
The appearance of the concept of the objet expanded the area of expression in contemporary art in the 20th century and the visual effects and authors' intent could be delivered definitely through reproductions or the accumulation of mass produced products as a new method of expression.
The accumulation technique, a type of assemblage which appeared in the early 1960s, visualizes the potential representation of materials through distinctive rhythms and new shapes by accumulating and piling up objects with the same shape and expands the possibility in many expressions beyond the limits of material and the strict techniques in making artistic works.
Current floral art and design has been recognized as a sculptural art pursuing new expressionism through organic interaction with contemporary art out of the typical concept of flower decoration. With its change in recognized status, floral art and design focuses on the accumulation of natural materials which make various expressions possible beyond the limits of materials and strict techniques.
Therefore, this study analyzed the concept of accumulation, and the representations of accumulation in art and on the floral art and design based on these, as well relevant national and international books were reviewed and cases by national and international artists were compared.
The results are presented as follows:
First, the materials for accumulation used in art were ready-made items, waste, or natural objects while floral art and design mainly used natural objects.
Second, both areas used repetitive compositions of units for the sculptural structure of accumulation.
Third, floral art and design attempted to discover the sculptural meaning of accumulation through emphasis on nature, expression of configuration, and symbolism while art attempted to discover sculptural meaning through the presentation of properties of matter, expression of configuration, and presentation of social phenomena.
Accumulation in floral art and design specifies plant materials through various techniques and the creative aesthetic consciousness of artists as the result of a number of repetitive behavior within the given time and physical limits as a result of the property of using natural objects. Plant materials as the main material of floral art and design can be changed freely through repetitive structures of the units and can have an expanded area for installation art and earth work outside of their physical limits.
This study suggests that for active artistic activities, floral art and design first should transcend the limits of time and further studies should deal with preservation, the process, development of materials, and works of floral art more intensively. It is hoped that this study will be helpful in the development of various techniques in flora art and design and expand the field.
Alternative Title
A Study on the Accumulated Expression Found in Floral Art Work
Alternative Author(s)
Kook. Kyoung-ah
Affiliation
조선대학교 디자인대학원
Department
디자인대학원 뷰티디자인학전공
Advisor
한선주
Awarded Date
2011. 2
Table Of Contents
제1장 서 론 1
제1절 연구 배경 및 목적 1
제2절 연구 내용 및 방법 3

제2장 화예디자인의 개념과 구성요소 4
제1절 화예디자인의 개념 4
제2절 화예디자인의 구성요소 6
1. 화예디자인에서의 선(線;line) 7
2. 화예디자인에서의 형태(form) 8
3. 화예디자인에서의 공간(space) 9
4. 화예디자인에서의 질감(texture) 10
5. 화예디자인에서의 색채(color) 11

제3장 집적의 조형적 구조와 의미 16
제1절 집적의 개념 16
제2절 집적의 조형적 구조 18
1. 유니트(Unit) 기초 단위 18
2. 반복의 형식 20
제3절 집적의 조형적 의미 21
1. 물성의 제시 21
2. 형상 표현 22
3. 사회상의 제시 23

제4장 화예디자인에 나타난 집적 표현 25
제1절 화예디자인에서의 집적 기법 분류 31
1. 재료적 측면 31
2. 방법적 측면 36
제2절 화예디자인에서의 집적의 조형적 구조 52
1. 유니트(Unit) 기초 단위 52
2. 반복의 형식 54
제3절 화예디자인에서의 집적의 조형적 의미 56
1. 자연성의 강조 56
2. 형상 표현 57
3. 상징성 59
제4절 화예디자인에서의 집적 표현 분석 63

제5장 결론 65

참고문헌 67
Degree
Master
Publisher
조선대학교 대학원
Citation
국경아. (2010). 화예디자인에 나타난 집적(集積) 표현 연구
Type
Dissertation
URI
https://oak.chosun.ac.kr/handle/2020.oak/1786
http://chosun.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000241456
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