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It has been almost ten years since a cat first entered into my life, and it has been a near decade of enjoyment. There are so many adjectives in which one may use to describe the feline creature: soft, clean, sensitive, agile, cool to just name a few, and it is this wonderful creature that has provided me with abundant creativity. Author Eugen Skasa-Weiß once said, “cats leave riddles that men cannot solve”. Even though I have spent many years with cats, there are still puzzles about them that await me each day, and this fascinates me. The objective of this thesis is to merge theories with actual artwork. The extent of the research is also defined in order for the content to be more penetrating and accurate. Research objective: Using cats as research objects, and to explore the effect of display art in life from the interactions between humans and cat’s, cat’s postures, cat’s behaviors and cat’s art. By using symbolic meanings of pictorials to discover subject of future innovation and direction of development, and in the end combine theories with my artworks to provide more substantial contents, and to present my personal record and view of life. Extent of research: The contents of theory research fall into two categories. Firstly, the display method for the analytical synergy between art and modern life used by Pop Art and Post-Modernism, and to explore the simplicity and affability of the art presented by the modern Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara. Secondly, to search for cats and the art forms of cats from disciplines such as zoology, history, poetry, Chinese and Western arts, on the hope of understanding this fascinating animal through pluralistic perspective. After the theoretical research come my artworks. The everyday sketches, cartoons, photos and notes form the foundation of my artworks. Each of the cat’s forms illustrated can somehow display my mental states. It is my wish to apply the conclusions from theoretical research into my artworks, so that I may on the one hand prove the validity of the theories and on the other establish my personal style. It is through the combination between theories and practical works that form the foundation of any future research and the reference to the adjustment and development of my future artworks.
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