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[[alternative]]「Memory、Crack and Homeomorphism」: Painting expression of consciousness on time and space

By [[author]]黃琬雯, [[author]]Huang wan-wen, 黃琬雯 and Huang wan-wen


[[abstract]]Wassily Kandinsky indicated that art was an expression of our inner emotions and era-language. Hence, this study whose mainly aims were based on memory、crack and homeomorphism, would be first executed by the expression of artistic technology for the purpose of theoretical investigation in order to achieve the inner art characteristic of ourself thinking. On the part of theoretical art, the philosophy、psychology and artistic history included would be conferred and analyzed. Besides, some investigations of creative thinking based on the memory overlapping、space crack and homeomorphism would also be done for the expression of art creation, respectively. The subjects of the paper on the art creation applied by the collage technology were mainly aimed at the decomposing from the native character of organized images to conform into half of organized images except by using the cluster principle of Gestalt psychology for meeting the concepts of the time and space in a novel form of time-consciousness and experience of art-creation. On the other aspect, the application of drawing material mainly involved acrylic substrate and watercolor but some related to use the hand paper、fine sand and beeswax would also be applied by the technologies of drop-spray、scrub-wash and overlapping to increase the multi-expression of the picture and multi construction process of see-through in skin-texture for addressing the possibility of heterogeneity of material used in the watercolor painting process.

Topics: 時間, 空間, 異質, 知覺, Time, Space, Heterogeneity of Material, Consciousness, [[classification]]48
Year: 2010
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