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The Crowded visual area –Creative Practice of Hung min-yu
The subject of this study is “the crowded visual area”, focusing on the practice of ink painting which is based on the city Taipei. Originated from my personal life and experience living in the city, trying to investigate the interaction between city and the people . Observing how the character and image of the city are shaped. The artworks of ink painting concerning about cites were extracted for discussing, including the evolution of the cited elements in paintings, the viewpoints in paintings, and the position of artists. By reflecting and comparing these issues in the paintings, my position and aspect of creative practice become more clearly and distinctly. In this study, the following five chapters are: 1.the expounding of the purpose and overview. 2.the result and the progression of the city image in mind by the city character. 3.the research of the evolution of ink painting with the theme of cites, including the royal palace pictures, “Along the River During the Ch'ing-ming Festival”, the urban theme in the chinese landscape painting, the urban ink paintings and etc. 4.the presentation and the examination of my creative practice. 5.the summary and the opinion from this study.
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