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The Imagery of Doors—Painting Discourse of Wu, Dai-Jin
Doors are the inventions of humans, a product for humans to adapt the living environment. As time goes by, the meaning for doors under people’s imagination, different from the meaning in architecture, has become more than just a door. Besides being an object that separates two different space, it symbolizes all sorts of artistic conception within the minds, and also conceptualizes passive and proactive in a dominant matter. The area to where it extends is very broad, including fields such as religion, psychology, culture, architect, art, etc. There are two main parts to this research: the material form of doors, and the extended spiritual meaning. The material form is simply the outside appearance of doors, as to its practical use or its appearance in the aesthetics of architecture. The extended spiritual meaning is the subjective impressions and implied meanings of doors. These two impressions of this research are what these art works aim to present. The author uses “The Imagery of Doors” as her theme that connects each art works within the series. To express the content of each work, the author used painting as her main technique of expressions with the assists of different artistic methods. Using more than one techniques for these art works, the author attemps to present a sense of flexibility, which can be realistic or abstract, to present the works in a complex and playful image.
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