조경과 대지미술의 상호관계에 관한 연구

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To find out the origin of earth art from the history of sculpture, traditional sculpture had the property of monumental reproduction of place or existed as an object of autonomy by pedestal. The former belonged to monumental sculpture and the latter realized unique autonomy through revealing the material of sculpture and its process eliminating the spatiality of pedestal as the inner symbol of artist neglecting existing monumental logic.
However, such an idealistic sculpture exists on the border of minimal art as a new sculpture emerged in relation to environment and its form pursued purity, but it also raised problem of place in sculpture through viewers' experiences and exhibition space. Then earth artists who worked in natural environment beyond such a limitation appeared and they were interested in metaphysical aspects of place rather than artistic purity or psychological image and suggested the opposite logic of traditional sculpture. Some of advocates of earth artists found their root in the history of landscape. Robert Smithson published writings of art theory background 5 months ago when he died. He named Olmsted "the first earth artists in America" at Frederic Law Olmsted The Dialectical Landscape, embodied dialectic between commercialized city and nature and depicted changes of Central Park in New York according to seasonal changes as "dialectical landscape". Big sculptures spread on the wide landscape by earth artists and artistic sculpture works by modern landscape architects made the boundary between art and landscape which deals with place and environment ambiguous through working in nature.
This study aims to look for the boundary between landscape and earth art which has been ambiguous from earth art and landscape emerged in the late 1960 and examine the potential of their connectivity. First, chapter 1 divides the aesthetic and concept of landscape into three sections and examines modes of landscapes in each country based on the principles of landscape beauty and landscape. Chapter 2 examines changes of concept and formation process of earth art based on its artistic characteristics. Chapter 3 describes the view of nature of earth art from five viewpoints. Chapter 4 compares the views of nature from earth art and landscape and chapter 5 draws correlations between landscape and earth art.
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A Study on Correlations Between Landscape and Earth Art
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Jang, Yong-Hun
조선대학교 대학원
일반대학원 순수미술학과
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Ⅰ. 서론 = 1
Ⅱ. 조경미와 개념 = 3
1. 조경의 개념 = 3
2. 조경의 미 = 5
3. 조경미의 원리 = 6
4. 동양과 서양의 조경양식 = 10
Ⅲ. 대지미술의 개념 및 형성배경 = 14
1. 개념 = 14
2. 배경 = 18
3. 장소성 = 19
4. 자연 = 21
5. 환경 = 23
6. 시간과 공간 = 24
7. 행위와 과정 = 25
8. Scale = 26
9. 조형적 다양성 = 27
Ⅳ. 조경과 대지미술의 자연관 = 29
1. 주체와 객체의 통합 = 29
A. 오브제와 감상자의 통합 = 30
B. 그림화 된 자연과 감상자의 통합 = 32
C. 자연환경과 인간문화의 통합 = 35
D. 예술가와의 통합 = 37
Ⅴ. 조경과 대지미술의 상호관계 = 43
Ⅵ. 결론 = 50
참고문헌 = 52
참고도판 = 54
조선대학교 대학원
장용훈. (2004). 조경과 대지미술의 상호관계에 관한 연구.
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