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Gaze at the Existence-The Creation Discourse of self-portrait by Liu Yen-Ping
Many artists make self-portraits. No matter what form of expression the idea of self-portrait is often from the perception about body and consciousness. It got translated into the art form in order to express the artist's emotion. For the contemporary cases, it is even more about the conflict between the self-consciousness of the artist and the reality. The concept of this entire study is "gaze". I first study the inside message of the self-portraits for the cases after Renaissance and try to understand the psychological meaning for the artist to produce one. Secondly, from the art therapy perspective, I try to study the positive effect during the process of making self-portrait by constant self-gazing. Then, I analyse the "gazing effect" from the interaction of "gazing" between third party, artist, painting, and audience. For the production, my topic will be self-portrait to discuss the physical form and the awareness inside. Oil, acrylic colors, and charcoal will be used as media to express the aseity in the concrete or partially abstract way. Through constant self-dialogue during the process of making self-portrait, I can clarify the cause of self-limiting and face my own dark side; then further overcome it in order to seek for a more positive life and set my life free.
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