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Playing Oyster with Ink─Construction of the Contemporary Ink Painting and Symbol: The Creation Discussion from Ke Lin-Yen
Not looks like and looks like
Brush and Ink
This article adopts literature exploration method, comparative research method, creative practice and semiotic analysis to comb the relationship between personal creation context and academic rationale. The author hopes to study the aesthetic framework of ink and wash aesthetics and apply it to the extension of modern ink painting creation. Mainly, reading many texts under the revolutionary period of the 20th century, clarifying the position of personal creation, considering the creation of creative research, and designing the plasticity of enterprises with creative concept. Dividing the personal creation context into meaning, form, and quality is a three-pronged approach. It means that the practice of aesthetics in creation is mainly about lively rhyme and the study of expressive theories. The shape is the form of a painting that not looks like and looks like. Applying to the presentation of the work, the qualitative part must be understood that the creative media itself is an important aesthetic factor of the work. A balance should be struck between material retention and artificial shaping. The interpreter uses the original understanding of the symbol to construct the elements that the symbol of ink painting should be possessed, proposing that the writer considers the “ brush and ink” as an indispensable factor in the formation of the ink and ink symbol, trying to guide individual creation by the conclusion obtained from the appeal, and revealing the principle of the creation of individual ink and ink symbols. And the construction of personal symbols through the East's materialization techniques, and the Western meanings of imagery erected different typical significance. The practice is divided into the operations of "postmodern" techniques and "gel-ink" techniques. They discuss the purpose of the two applications, the actual state of the execution of the techniques, and the visual schemata of personal characteristics. Finally, they are analyzed individually through individual works. Completely describes the link between creative ideas and creative techniques.
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