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A Study on Gender Identity Expressed in Fashion in Music Video

  • Jeong, Ha-Na;Choy, Hyon-Sook
    • International Journal of Costume and Fashion
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    • v.6 no.2
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    • pp.28-42
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    • 2006
  • In present modern society, media contributes more to the constructing of personal identities than any other medium. Music video, a postmodernism branch among a variety of media, offers a complex experience of sounds combined with visual images. In particular. fashion in music video helps conveying contexts effectively and functions as a medium of immediate communication by visual effect. Considering the socio-cultural effects of music video. gender identity represented in fashion in it can be of great importance. Therefore, this study is geared to the reconsidering of gender identity represented through costumes in music video by analyzing fashions in it. Gender identity in socio-cultural category is classified as masculinity, femininity, and the third sex. By examining fashions based on the classification. this study will help to create new design concepts and to understand gender identity in fashion. The results of this study are as follows: First. masculinity in music video fashion was categorized into stereotyped masculinity, sexual masculinity. and metro sexual masculinity. Second, femininity in music video fashion was categorized into stereotyped femininity. sexual femininity, and contra sexual femininity. Third, the third sex in music video fashion was categorized into transvestism, masculinization of female, and feminization of male. This phenomenon is presented into music videos through females in male attire and males in female attire. Through this research, gender identity represented in fashion of music video was demonstrated, and the importance of the relationship between representation of identity through fashion and socio-cultural environment was reconfirmed.

Music Video Research of Photograph Image (사진적 이미지의 뮤직비디오 연구)

  • Kang, Hong Gue
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.251-256
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    • 2016
  • The music video was produced by the multimedia type of a video clip by adding the image to match it with the release of audio recordings. mass production. Although originally it started as a means of promoting music as mere receive attention as the main content of the music cable broadcast M-TV began mass production. The 21st century has used the technology in various fields, including animated films and live action films, documentaries smart phone era. Among attempts to analyze their work tends to center the photographer and music video director Anton Corbijin and Stephen Sednaoui representing a photographic image of a music video

Automatic Music-Story Video Generation Using Music Files and Photos in Automobile Multimedia System (자동차 멀티미디어 시스템에서의 사진과 음악을 이용한 음악스토리 비디오 자동생성 기술)

  • Kim, Hyoung-Gook
    • The Journal of The Korea Institute of Intelligent Transport Systems
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    • v.9 no.5
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    • pp.80-86
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    • 2010
  • This paper presents automated music story video generation technique as one of entertainment features that is equipped in multimedia system of the vehicle. The automated music story video generation is a system that automatically creates stories to accompany musics with photos stored in user's mobile phone by connecting user's mobile phone with multimedia systems in vehicles. Users watch the generated music story video at the same time. while they hear the music according to mood. The performance of the automated music story video generation is measured by accuracies of music classification, photo classification, and text-keyword extraction, and results of user's MOS-test.

The Effects of Social Media on Music-induced Tourism: A Case of Korean Pop Music and Inbound Tourism to Korea

  • Oh, Sehwan;Ahn, JoongHo;Baek, Hyunmi
    • Asia pacific journal of information systems
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.119-141
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    • 2015
  • With the rapid spread of social media, video-sharing social media like YouTube has emerged as a consumption and distribution channel for entertainment goods such as music videos and movie trailers. In tourism research, there has been a lot of research of how the visual media such as movies and soap operas induced tourism. However, no studies have attempted to examine the role of social media as a music consumption channel and its impact on tourism. Expanding a body of media-induced tourism, we analysed the impact of video-sharing social media on music-induced tourism with a case of Korean pop music and inbound tourism to Korea. Developing a Web-crawler, we collected YouTube users' comments data on 166 Korean pop music video clips which were released from 2009 to 2012 with over 1 million view counts. Controlling many of the determinants of tourism and analysing country-by-country impact of YouTube comments with the panel data, we found that engagement of Korean pop music video clips on YouTube is a significant predictor for the flow of inbound tourists to Korea.

Salient Region Detection Algorithm for Music Video Browsing (뮤직비디오 브라우징을 위한 중요 구간 검출 알고리즘)

  • Kim, Hyoung-Gook;Shin, Dong
    • The Journal of the Acoustical Society of Korea
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    • v.28 no.2
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    • pp.112-118
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    • 2009
  • This paper proposes a rapid detection algorithm of a salient region for music video browsing system, which can be applied to mobile device and digital video recorder (DVR). The input music video is decomposed into the music and video tracks. For the music track, the music highlight including musical chorus is detected based on structure analysis using energy-based peak position detection. Using the emotional models generated by SVM-AdaBoost learning algorithm, the music signal of the music videos is classified into one of the predefined emotional classes of the music automatically. For the video track, the face scene including the singer or actor/actress is detected based on a boosted cascade of simple features. Finally, the salient region is generated based on the alignment of boundaries of the music highlight and the visual face scene. First, the users select their favorite music videos from various music videos in the mobile devices or DVR with the information of a music video's emotion and thereafter they can browse the salient region with a length of 30-seconds using the proposed algorithm quickly. A mean opinion score (MOS) test with a database of 200 music videos is conducted to compare the detected salient region with the predefined manual part. The MOS test results show that the detected salient region using the proposed method performed much better than the predefined manual part without audiovisual processing.

The Study of Body Expression and Fashion Appeared in Music Video in Korea and American (한국과 미국의 뮤직비디오에서 보여지는 신체 표현과 패션에 관한 연구)

  • 권기영
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.28 no.910
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    • pp.1231-1241
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the musicians' body image and fashion styles portrayed in Korea and American music' video in aspects of body dimension such as sex, race, nature, and technology. The results were as follows. In aspects of sex, male musicians showed the blurring of gender appearance, while female musicians reflected sexuality which intensified the gender norms. In aspects of race, musicians pursued the racial blending appearances. In nature and technology dimension, Korea music video focused on natural imagery, while American music video showed a lot of technology imagies. And, the body combined with the nature and technology implied the post human image in the future.

A study on the phenomenon of new-tro expressed in fashion - Focus on music video costume style - (패션에 표현된 뉴트로(New-tro)현상에 대한 연구 - 뮤직비디오 의상스타일을 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Song-Ae
    • Journal of the Korea Fashion and Costume Design Association
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    • v.21 no.3
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    • pp.137-147
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study, I investigate the new trend, 'new-tro', through the music video costumes of young generations, and analyze the meaning and characteristics of 'new-tro'. The research method is, select 30 music video with new-tro fashion style on the music sites, and the fashion styles were analyzed in 11 music videos checked and selected by 100 students. As a definition of the term, 'retro' refers to a phenomenon in which the past reappears in modern time, and 'new-tro' is a new retro trend, a social phenomenon that enjoys the old with a modern sense, and is a compound word of 'new' and 'retro'. 'new-tro' is a modern reinterpretation and rebirth of the past style, and 'fu-tro' is a style of coexistence between the past and the future. In the music video, fashion is a media language and cultural code, and it creates trend or new fashion, that communicates with the public, stimulating emotions. As a result of the research, the common trend phenomenon expressed in the music video costume of 'new-tro' trend which appeared in 2000s is as follows. 1. New-tro style starts with items that were famous in the past. 2. It is one of postmodern marketing using color, print and logo. 3. It spreads quickly by the influence of culture that is characteristic of the Internet and SNS world. 4. It is bottom up propagation phenomenon of street fashion. 5. It is a time game where modern people connect the past with the present. 6. "new-tro" continues to evolve for that time, based on 'retro'. New-tro, an evolutionary version of the 21st century retro wave. and it is a key to marketing effectiveness as a sympathetic elements of 1020 generations with the reproduction of memories.

A Study on in the Context of Audiovisual Art (<백-아베 비디오 신디사이저>의 오디오 비주얼아트적 고찰)

  • Yoon, Ji Won
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.615-624
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    • 2020
  • By enabling musicians to freely control the elements involved in sound production and tone generation with a variety of timbre, synthesizers have revolutionized and permanently changed music since the 1960s. Paik-Abe Video Synthesizer, a masterpiece of video art maestro Nam June Paik, is a prominent example of re-interpretation of this new musical instrument in the realm of video and audio. This article examines Paik-Abe Video Synthesizer as an innovative instrument to play videos from the perspective of audiovisual art, and establishes its aesthetic value and significance through both artistic and technical analysis. The instrument, which embodied the concept of image sampling and real-time interactive video as an image-based multi-channel music production tool, contributed to establishing a new relationship between sound and image within the realm of audiovisual art. The fact that his video synthesizer not only adds image to sound, but also presents a complete fusion of image and sound as an image instrument with musical characteristics, becomes highly meaningful in this age of synesthesia.

Research on the Visualization of Music and Hypermediacy in Paik Nam-June's Video Art

  • Song, Man-Yong;Kim, Chee-Yong
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.10 no.12
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    • pp.1687-1697
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    • 2007
  • Paik Nam-June is known as a Video Artist. Video is a presentation tool with the feature of recordability. However, it is not only a video which has been applied as an art presentation tool by him. Nevertheless, the existing researches fail to notice the aesthetic concept which is shown as the rest contents or forms, as they focus on the media features of Paik Nam-June's video. Therefore, this article aims at contemplating the art world of Paik Nam-June with its contents as 'visualization of music' and its form as 'hypermediacy' Therefore, 1. Sound is shown as the visualization of music, with the direct influence of absolute hollowness and noise of John Cage, originated from Zen Buddhism, while the foundation of it is known to be from the liberation of dissonance of Arnold Schoenberg and creative impromptu of shamanic sound. 2. The from of TVs influence of the orchestra, originated from Culture of a dining table in Korean. and indicated hypermediacy 3. Paik Nam-June indicated 'Text-interpretation' us to text analytics of 'how to read', rather than the question of 'what to tell' by intermedia as the visualization of music & hypermediacy.

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A Study on the Male Images shown in the Music Videos Costumes -Focused on the Music Videos produced between 2000 and 2002- (뮤직비디오 의상에 나타난 남성 이미지 연구 -2000년부터 2002년 현재까지-)

  • Do, Heuy;Yang, Sook-Hi
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.54 no.3
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    • pp.27-42
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    • 2004
  • Music videos provide for many others images, alluring the audience to fall in another emotional world, while the sexual images shown in them suggest new images of man and woman. Today, men's images are being interpreted from various viewpoints. As interests in men's fashion are visualized through music video clothing, not only juveniles who want to be identified with the music video images but also adults try to imitate them, and proceed to wear the clothing, obliterating the boundary between 'reality' and 'illusion' and creating new images of men. This study is aimed at reviewing the male images shown in the music videos, particular their clothing, produced between 2000 and 2002. The results of this study could be summarized as follows : 1. Since beginning of the human history, men's image has been characterized by patriarchal system, capitalism, bourgeois class which emerged after industrial revolution and other man-dominant socio-cultural phenomena, such male image are shown in the music video as conservative and dominant image. 2. However, due to the post-modern culture, the power began to be decentralized. while feminism and men's liberation movement gain strength. As a result, women or heterosexuals began to regard men as sexual objects, and such a phenomenon is featured as sexual, bisexual or decadent images in the music videos. 3. On the threshold of the 21st century, music videos have begun to creatively describe men's life, their social conflicts, dreams and hopes and death and thereby. feature men's such images as being destroyed in view of existentialism. The numerous creative men's images interpreted in this way are featured in many music video works only to create playful, cyborg or demonic images using the senses. After all, men's images are featured in the music video costumes in diverse ways ranging from the conventional images to acquiescent images. In addition, various male images are combined with the characteristics of the music videos to be re-created anew. The young men in the our modern age tend to imitate or apply such images to create their own images or individualistic styles. All in all, men's image can be fixed no longer but diversified and fragmented in the new age.