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The Calligraphy and Painting in Chinese Water Ink: Hsuan-Te Su's Theory of Art
Homogeneous origin of Chinese calligraphy and water ink painting
關鍵字：書畫同源 有機融合 書寫性 繪製性 數位科技|
This dissertation explores the multifacetedness and innovation potential in “modern Chinese water ink painting” and incorporatesthe “traditional Chinese water ink painting” into the modern era. This dissertation includes three major parts: 1. Explore the core conceptof traditional Chinese water ink painting: “the combination of painting and calligraphy”, and study the painting and calligraphic features of Southern School. Moreover, “strength in line strokes” has dominated the traditional Chinese water ink painting for thousands of years. However, this concept is now being challenged and revolved by Guosong Liu’s concept: “Influence of white lines”, which paves the way for a new era of Chinese calligraphy and paintings and is similar to Tao Shi’s belief of “painting and creativity are shaped by the current era of thoughts”. 2. A creative modern Chinese water ink painting involving non-traditional media and materials: explore how modern Chinese water ink painting could be combined with digital media and mediums to create new forms of hybrid works which could be a start of a new tradition. 3. Influences and interactions between Chinese water ink paintings and Western art: in this study, we carefully exam how the master’s works shaped each other by examining the creative works of Guanzhong Wu, Guosong Liu, Jackson Pollock, Frank Kline, and others. Conclusion: at the time when traditional “linear” Chinese ink calligraphy is no longer the only and proper method of expression, the effort to provide new elements and hybrid methodologies to fuel the advancement of painting and hybrid works is inevitable. In the hope of incorporating digital media and medium in conjunction with traditional paintings, new forms of Chinese water ink calligraphy and paintings are introduced here and shall bring impacts our society. Keywords：Homogeneous origin of Chinese calligraphy and water ink painting, Organic integration, Calligraphically, Hybrid-painting, Digitalized
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