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A Study on the utilizing parody and pastiche in Contemporary Art Works
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the utilizing parody and pastiche in Contemporary Art Works
Song, Ho-Jin; Jeong, Eui-Tae;
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 Abstract
They insist that there is no more new stuff in modern art to change every circumstance rapidly. According to this situation, they recreate the works which are made with the existed idea or materials, and also transform creative concept which cites the existing functions with modern meaning. Furthermore they can look into any data everywhere from their daily routine using the internet. And this must become one of the general forms which they imitate others' works which are referred or chosen in modern art. These social complextion is called a parody and pastich is technique of the Post Modernism which is the existence of past. Using the new construction, the parody and pastich which can accomplish some better value and bring other meanings makes original recreation with the concept of copying and repeating. It keeps changing and is shaping up to be different aspect so far. Every field has a little different term using its own expression but it keeps empathizing each other a same essential meaning. Although it is like universal mode of expression, It is fact that the public cannot distinguish what is creation, imitation, or piracy. This thesis shows the concept of it and files for terms which is using like that. At last it selects some artist who worked with parody and pastich analyses and compares them and their works.
 Keywords
parody;pastiche;Image Reproduction;imitation;originality;
 Language
Korean
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