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Title: 以《山海經》應用在社會議題之圖像設計創作研究
A Study of the Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing) - Image Design Creation Applied in Social Issues
Authors: 林磐聳
許和捷
卓聖堂
Keywords: 山海經
圖像
社會議題
The Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing)
images
social issues
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: 本創作研究主要探討《山海經》圖像差異,分析歸納出應用的模式,結合社會議題,實際運用於圖像創作上。從文獻探討的部份了解《山海經》的起源、各版本的圖像發展等,並依明、清時期《山海經》各版本特點來釐清圖像發展之脈絡,並用構成形式來歸納各版本圖像類型。圖像構成形式可分為「以山川為背,一神或多神圖」與「無背景,一神或多神圖」。在對《山海經》相關案例的分析了解後,將「想像、描述、創造、獲取」四個概念作為創作設計基礎。本創作研究以社會議題為題材,將《山海經》圖像重新設計,發展為「職場」、「崇拜」、「花」、「政治」四個系列主題,且依據主題搭配四種對比色彩,表現出個人圖像設計的獨特性,更詮釋出傳統圖像現代表現的概念。本創作研究第一章緒論主要內容為說明研究動機、目的以及研究創作方法;第二章《山海經》相關學理討論,包含各版本圖像的研究分析、相關案例研究分析、表現風格分析等章節逐一說明;第三章為創作理念與歷程說明,包含:創作理念、創作發展歷程、作品說明;最後一章提出具體結論與建議以及未來創作發展之可能性。 本創作研究之具體研究價值,在於以《山海經》理論基礎去分析應用在社會議題做圖像創作的可能性,創作的風格以線條、強烈的色彩對比作視覺表現,透過圖像的創作來反映對現代生活中的批判,試圖用圖像創作和觀者達成共鳴或是引發觀者內心的省思。創作四個系列圖像設計作品,反映現今社會的價值觀與道德觀,進而延伸出符合當代《山海經》系列創作設計。
This study focuses on the image composition and differences of the Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing), analyzing and summarizing the application models, coupled with the social issues to be practically applied in a series of image creations. From the literature part, the origin of the Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing) and the development of the different versions of images were explored. In addition, based on the features of the versions of the Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing) during the Ming and Qing dynasties, the development context was clarified. Also, through the constitution forms, the image version types were classified. The image constitution forms can be divided into: “One God or many Gods with mountains and rivers in the back,” and “One God or Many Gods without a background.” After gaining an insight into the Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing) related case analysis, the four concepts of “imagination, description, creation, and acquisition” served as the creation design basis. In this study, with the social issues as the themes, the Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing) image was redesigned and redeveloped into four themes: “career, worship, flowers, and politics.” In addition, four contrasting colors were used to match the themes to express the uniqueness of the personal image designs and interpret the concept of the traditional images in modern expression. In this study, the introduction in Chapter 1 covers the research motivation, purpose, and creative research methods; Chapter 2 covers the Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing) related theoretical discussions, including the research analysis of the different versions of images, analysis of the relevant case studies, and analysis and descriptions of the expression style; Chapter 3 covers descriptions of the creation concepts and processes, including the creation concept and creation development process, and descriptions of the works; the final chapter covers the specific conclusions and recommendations, as well as the possibility of future development of creations. The specific research value of this study lies in the possibility of analyzing and applying the social issues in image creations through the theoretical basis of the Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing). In terms of creation style, lines and strong color contrasts were used as the main form of visual expression. Through image creation, criticisms in modern life were reflected, thus attempting to elicit resonance with viewers and inner reflection through image creation. The four image design work series are a reflection of the values and ethics of modern society, which in turn are extended into a series of creation designs that are in line with the contemporary Classic of Mountains and Seas (Shan Hai Jing).
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