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Artistic expression in fashion film of Prada (Prada 패션 필름에 나타난 예술적 표현)

  • Beom, Seo Hee;Yim, Eunhyuk
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.26 no.6
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    • pp.888-898
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study was to review and establish the two concepts of art film and artistic expression in Prada fashion films, through a literature review of domestic and international case studies, as a form of luxury branded content, Prada fashion films are considered to artistic film genre. For the study, aesthetic expression in art films as discussed in the previous research was divided into four types. The study method was to review fashion / art films from the founding of YouTube, specially, works that used digital images from Thunder Perfect Mind, which was introduced in Prada in 2005, to Nylon Farm in 2018, stylistic features were searched by film. In addition, for this study, fashion film was analyzed based on the typology of art films. The following conclusions regarding artistic expression were drawn from this study : First, the Prada fashion films represent a transition to advanced art through a conceptual approach. Second, the causal relationships personality psychology can be cited through the disturbed and fragmented narrative lines. Third, the films help people identity Prada's aesthetics by humanizing the luxury brand. Fourth, the films are a feature of serialization.

A Comparison Study of the Determinants of Performance of Motion Pictures: Art Film vs. Commercial Film (영화 유형별 영화 흥행 성과 예측 요인의 비교 연구: 예술 영화와 상업 영화 비교를 중심으로)

  • Kim, So-Young;Im, Seung-Hee;Jung, Ye-Seul
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.381-393
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    • 2010
  • The purpose of this research is to identify the different determinants according to the types of motion pictures; art film and commercial film. We found that the regression equations of two types of motions pictures are structurally different. More specifically, we identified that the number of screens, viewers' evaluation, and genres have a significant relationship with the performance of motion pictures both in the commercial and art film. However, director, ratings, critics, power of agency, nationality, and the timing of release affect the performance of motion pictures just on the art films.

The Mutual Relationship of the Cinema and the Installation Art based on Case Studies (사례 분석을 통해서 본 영화와 설치 예술의 상호관계성)

  • Yang, Seung-Soo;Bang, Seungae
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.343-361
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    • 2013
  • This paper derives the mutual relationship between film and installation art through specific case studies about the point of the intersection of the two genres. It needs to find the relationship between art painting and photography and the relationship of silent film and the relevance of the work of art in the 1920s. After painting over the installation exploring the relationship of art and through the mise en scene of the film, ie, the screen image of the configuration and deployment, or cinematic work of art for the film can be found in the application of practices. First, in Chapter 2, this study works of art practices through the analysis of film and the interaction between the two genres based practices for secure sex. In Chapter 3 the movie 'Wonderful Life' and installation art work "hand memory" through the analysis of the two cases specifically for the point of intersection analysis. 'Wonderful Life' and 'hand' Remember each subject and conceptual work in terms of 'memory' that it is represented on similar, but, film and installation art genre caused by the difference in the way the media represented by the results of the different forms of otherwise appear. If so, this study film and installation art practices through the comparison of cases to derive mutual relationship by analyzing two cases in detail what each of the different looks at whether any similarity in that.

Magical Realism and Antonio Negri's Theory of Art: In Light of Claire Denis' Film Vendredi Soir (마술적 리얼리즘과 네그리의 예술론: 끌레어 드니의 영화 <금요일 밤>에 비추어)

  • CHOI, Soo Im
    • Cross-Cultural Studies
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    • v.34
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    • pp.7-41
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    • 2014
  • This article examines magical realism in contemporary european film, which is considered to be one of the most popular styles in the present culture, with regards to Antonio Negri's theory of art. Magical realism is "alternative approach to reality" (Maggie Ann Bowers, Magic(al) Realism) and defined as "a fictional technique that combines fantasy with raw physical reality or social reality in a search for truth beyond that available from the surface of everyday life" (Joan Mellen, Magic Realism). The term of Magic Realism was coined in 1923 by Franz Roh, German art historian, as the concept for the post-expressionist painting in Germany. It has flourished in the Latin-American literature during the 1950s to 1980s and spread worldwide. Since 1980s magical realism is considered to be a universal artistic mode. Since 1990s magical realism is to find in the various novels, and since 2000 one encounters magical realism in the cinema very often. Antonio Negri writes about the relationship between life, imagination, art and the political in his book Art et Multitude. According to Negri, the hard life of people in the present society liberates the imagination and this creates the art as "the excess of the existence". In this process the aesthetic becomes to the political. Negri calls this space of art as "magical time and space". Claire Denis' film Vendredi Soir is analyzed as a contemporary magic realist text, which realizes Negri's concept of art: vendredi soir (friday night) in Vendredi Soir is the magical time, when the impossible becomes the possible, and paris in the public transportation strike is the magical space, where the individuals meet the other in a new situation. The film analysis associates itself with Negri's theory of art: in Vendredi Soir, it is to see, that the excess of the existence liberates imagination and creates the magic reality both in the movements of things and the human relationship. The phenomenon of magical realism in contemporary culture can be understood as the symptom of the emotional and existential pains of contemporary people in the current world. The contemporaneity of the magical realism can be read in the film as "the metaphor for contemporary thought" (Alain Badiou, Cinema). As Antonio Negri writes, art can become "the aesthetic redemption" (Negri, Art et Multitude) for us. At the same time "(t)his is where aesthetics can be transformed into the political." (Lee, "Communism and the Void")

A Study on the Correlation between Expressive Film Space and Modern Space - With Focus on Museum Space - (표현주의 영화적 공간과 현대공간의 상관성연구 - 뮤지엄 공간 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Han-Na;Lee, Chan
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.24 no.6
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    • pp.58-67
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    • 2015
  • Expressionism is an art trend that prospered in the early 20th century and was represented in art activities in the diverse fields. As capitalism spread and people underwent wars, people's consciousness became impoverished, and it was created by the artists as a reaction against this, and notable achievements were made in film art and this is called expressive film which still inspires many artists. The modern age is a multicultural age and art is not limited to one area but influences many fields and interchanges and communicates with one another. This study attempts to analyze how an art trend has been passed down and developed and has influenced modern space. The purpose of this study is to derive the keywords of their characteristics through expressive films and to study how expressionism has been transformed and represented by putting them into modern space and to explore new perspectives and directions. First, the theoretical backgrounds of expressionism and expressive films were examined through the analysis of the existing researches, and the types of the characteristics of the space represented in the films were classified. Based on this, the representative expressive films were selected and the keywords of the characteristics of the expressive films were derived. A museum among modern spaces is a space that reflects the art trends and culture of the times and modern spaces are represented best in it. Also, recently the construction of museums has been vitalized and has explosively grown quantitatively and qualitatively, and shows diverse designs to the point that they are called the laboratory of modern architecture, so by analyzing the cases focusing on museums among modern spaces, the conclusion was derived. As a result, it could be seen that the expressive film space is represented diversely in the museums by the architects' inner desire of expression, centering on nonlinear expression, nonobjective form, and representational perception.

A Study on the Clothing of Art Nouveau and Art Deco through Cinema Costume: Focusing on The Wings of the Dove and The Great Gatsby

  • Yun, Ji-Young
    • International Journal of Costume and Fashion
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.71-83
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    • 2006
  • This study is about how Art Nouveau and Art Deco clothing are represented in the costume design of film created after those periods and examines the recreation process of visual media. The costume design of The Wings of the Dove tried to reflect the mixture of fashion trends that could be seen during the times. Milly???s clothes seem to focus on recreating the special features of the 1900???s fashion trends more visually while Kate???s clothes are represented in a strong and simple way to emphasize her personality. The costumes in The Great Gatsby, tried to reinvent the 1920???s clothes in a romantic way. Daisy???s and Gatsby???s costumes were based on the aesthetics of the 1920???s clothing. but emphasized the symbolic nature of the characters to give a greater dramatic effect. By analyzing and comparing, it can be seen that, while costume design usually begin with painstaking research into the historical period in which the film is set it is often altered to highlight aspects of the story. such as the theme and the characters, in an effort to create a stronger dramatic effect. Costume design remains one of the most effective means for a director to visually express the personality and desires of a film???s characters. The ideal aim of costume design is to create something new but at the same time, remain true to the period by being grounded in accurate research.

Interactive Art using a Sensing task of Motion Tracking (모션 트레킹의 센싱화 작업을 이용한 인터랙티브 아트)

  • Lee, Jun-Eui;Bae, Seong-Joon;Kim, Hyeong-Gi
    • 한국HCI학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.442-449
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    • 2006
  • 탈 장르화와 영상의 다양화로 예술에서의 표현의 한계는 극대화 되고 있으며, 디지털 매체를 통한 인터랙션 역시 디지털 아트에서의 보편적인 표현 방법으로 전환 되었다. 예술에서의 상호작용은 보여주는 것에서 참여하는 것으로의 전환을 꿰 하고 있고, 디지털을 기반으로 한 다매체, 다중화가 이를 뒷받침 한다. 상호작용을 위한 디지털 아트 작품을 위해서는 센서를 이용한 표현방법들이 있으나, 기타의 센서도구를 사용치 않고, 단지 카메라로부터 입력된 신호만을 기반으로 영상과 관객의 상호작용을 끌어 낼 수 있다. 이를 위해서는 모션트레킹을 위한 알고리즘을 응용함으로써 사물의 밝기 값에 충족한 데이터를 만들어 낼 수 있고 그에 해당하는 밝기의 변환 값을 이용해 미세한 사물의 변화를 감지 할 수 있는 것이다. 이런 일련의 영상작업을 위해서는 사물의 움직임과 반복성을 얼마만큼 인지하고 감지 해내느냐고 관건인데, 다시 말해 한번 측정한 움직임이 있는 사물의 데이터도 프로그램상에서 계속하여 인지가 되어야 하고, 그 데이터 값을 영상으로 반환하여야 하는데, 이는 영상의 지속적인 변화를 가져 올 수 있다는 걸 의미한다. 따라서 본 논문에서는 모션 트래킹의 기본 알고리즘을 제시하고 영상작품과 인턱래션작품의 변환를 위해 사용된, 센서 대체도구인 웹 캠의 데이터 즉, 색상 값과 밝기 값을 적절하게 활용함으로써 표현의 다양성을 이끌어 내고 디지털 인터랙티브 작품으로써의 제작을 꾀하고자 한다.

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A Study On The Identity Of Yeonsegeuk(Kino-Drama) (연쇄극의 정체성 논의 - 총체예술론적 관점에서 -)

  • Kim, Sunam
    • (The) Research of the performance art and culture
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    • no.25
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    • pp.5-30
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    • 2012
  • I. Identity of Yeonsegeuk as total arts. The purpose of the thesis is to arrange the identy of Yeonsegeuk(Kino-Drama) which is theatre or film. The process of study is tried to discuss on the aethetic of Yeonsegeuk. II. Appearance of Yeonsegeuk and negative disputation of yeonsegeuk The first imported Yeonsegeuk from Japanese in Korea is made by the group of Mizuno Ganggetsu(水野觀月) on Oct. 16. 1915 at Pusan and also to run in Seoul at Hwanggeumgwan. The first of Korean Yeonsegeuk is by Kim, Dosan, a leader of Singeukjwa(theare group) on Oct. 27. 1919 at Danseongsa. Before the liberation of Korea from Japan all made korean Yeonsegeuk are 28 works. III. Dramatic form of Yeonsegeuk I study on the relation between Yeonsegeuik and Sinpageuik(new theatre of modern drama in 1920's). I find that Yeonsegeuik admitted the thechnics of the Sinpageuik and the contents. If We think that the theatre is synthetic art which genealize all arts, we can insist that the Yeonsegeuk is valued the total art as new performance to comply with film art to theatre. Conclusionly Yeonsegeuk is called 'Expanded Theatre' as the new performance which must be dicussed in the view of total art. VI. Discussion on the the aethetic of Yeonsegeuk When we compare the structure of film with the structure of theatre, we can't find a diffrent element between the structure of two art in art semiotic. But we find a fact that film art has special elements in mechanics character which are camera working and motage. These technics influence on the audience's mind. It is different point between Japan and Korean's Kino-drama and Germany's that is to admit the aethetic of total art or not. V. Yeonsegeuk as new performance During Korean modern times Kino-drama was first a kind of total art with stage and screen. But it is regretable that Kino-drama didn't have the background of theory which discourse on the comprehension of total art. As the result Kino-drama bring the confusion of argument that Kino-drama is total art or expanded theatre. This confusion will be disputed on film art as performing arts or future art as expanded film and total art.

A Study on the Cinema Costume for the 'TITANIC' (영화 '타이타닉(TITANIC)'의 의상에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Hea-Kyoung;Chung, Heung-Sook
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.57 no.1
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    • pp.1-16
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    • 2007
  • This study is to design costumes of each characters, seen in the film of 'TITANIC' directed by James Cameron in 1997, by analyzing various costumes for each roles in the film. The 'TITANIC' has got the 'Oscar Award' in 1998 in 11 sectors for its' high box office record and the finest of the work, based on successful visualization of the costumes for the contemporary characters by historical research. The social background of 'TITANIC' would be presumed in the year of 1912, of which era was also called by 'La Belle Epoque', to say, 'good period'. This study, therefore, traced the representative art trend for the 1910's, together with political, economical and social backgrounds as 1st step. The 2nd step is the consideration of fashion trends of costume affected by the contemporary trends such as Art Nouveau and Art Deco in the period. The 3rd step is the analysis of costumes in the film of 'TITANIC'. Finally, this work has designed the virtual costumes of the characters, in imaginary scenes, which could denote the nature of the personality. Hopefully, this study could help designers show sustainable development in creating cinema costumes and other related projects, based on the understandings of this work.

A Study on the Movement Production Method of Media-art with Immaterial Objects; Focusing on Media Art Practices (비물질적 오브제를 이용한 미디어아트의 움직임 제작방식에 관한 연구; 미디어아트 작품사례를 중심으로)

  • Lim, Sangguk;Kim, Cheeyong
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.673-679
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    • 2016
  • Study the movement was formed and developed through the history of the birth of film and animation. The techniques of the immaterial object movement of in the media art which accompany movement have different operational and symbolic aspects with a film or a traditional(existing) animation. Focused on the works of media artist and want to study the movement of media art production methods.