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The Aesthetic of Baroque Costume Focused on the Gilles Deleuze`s `Le Pli` and Baroque
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The Aesthetic of Baroque Costume Focused on the Gilles Deleuze`s `Le Pli` and Baroque
Sung, Kwang sook;
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 Abstract
Gilles Deleuze highly evaluated Baroque as the expression body that implements the fold theory, a philosophical thinking about the nature of beings. This can be seen as a meaning that Baroque implements the essence of the world, or the power constituting that essence. In addition, the beauty of Baroque focuses on `New Harmony` the sum of partial forms caused by each element, and not Platonic harmony. he evaluated the aesthetic of Baroque costume as `acquisition of liberation and autonomy`, `derived force from infinite spiritual forces`. This study analyzed the contents of the Aesthetic of Baroque costume based on the reviewed Deleuze`s folding theory, Baroque aesthetics, and views of Baroque costume. As a result, it inferred the aesthetic of Baroque costume into four types, which are as follows: open structural openness, overlapping structural dynamics, integrated structural diversity, and relationship structural integrity. This study analyzed the aesthetic of Baroque costume based on Deleuze`s philosophical thinking. The analysis showed that its aesthetics, which focused on "New Harmony", created energy of life and a venue for expression of power, as the aesthetics eliminated the prejudice of complexity and excessive decoration. In addition, Baroque costume is not the simple historical costume of the past. Instead, it is one of power and spirit, still existing in modern fashion. Baroque costume`s formativeness and Paradigm can be said to provide the creative principle important for modern fashion because the aesthetics implemented in Baroque costume accepts free spirit, new challenge, difference and diversity, and is similar to the spirit pursued by modern art and fashion.
 Keywords
the aesthetic of costume;Baroque;Gilles Deleuze;`Le Pli`;
 Language
Korean
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