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The Lifeworld in My Diary–A Study of Album Paintings by Yang Chih-Ya
contemporary ink painting
The thesis focused on author’s album diary ink paintings. Those paintings were created with eastern materials and mainly about presenting personal lifeworld. In order to give a more explicit form of the well-known diary style, this series were mounted in the album leaf format. Album leaf has been one of long lasting mounting formats since ancient time. The author used this kind of page-turning format to contain her diary and to study of constructing the meaning of personal lifeworld. This study was constructed from Husserl, the founder of phenomenology, his perspective of “Lebenswelt”. Then it followed by Merleau-Ponty’s concept of a “Living Body”, so as to explain that everyone’s lifeworld differs from the way he/she practicing his/her own life. Next, this thesis introduced the lifeworld which the author reflected on her album paintings, and discussed her creative behavior in daily record. In section of creating ideas and practicing, it briefly elaborated about the origin and types of album mounting, with a view to compare with author’s modern album paintings. All the works that had been reviewed and commented in this thesis presented a certain atmosphere of femininity, which derived from L'ecriture Feminine. Therefore, there was one section introducing the connection between L'ecriture Feminine and author’s paintings. Meanwhile, this study mentioned two Chinese female album artists: one was Chen Shu from Ching Dynasty, and the other was Peng Wei from present, in order to reveal the evolution of album painting. Apart from L'ecriture Feminine, there were two more characteristics of album paintings: the convenience of viewing, and the universe of one’s private world. In the end, the author revealed the difference between her works and traditional album paintings. As a conclusion, the thesis emphasized the importance of seizing every little experience in lifeworld and practicing in diary album painting, for the purpose of deepening the meaning of one’s daily life.
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