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Autori: Quien Enes, Balić Šimrak Antonija
Naslov: ''The Emotional Character of Soft Sculpture and Clothing and its Application in Children Art Education
Izvornik: Research and Education Challenges Towards the FutureUniversity of Shkodra ''Luigi Gurakuqi'', Faculty of Education Sciences , 2013. .
Dio CC časopisa: NE
Skup: 1.The 1st International Conference, Shkodra, Albanija, u organizaciji University of Shkodra ''Luigi Gurakuqi'', Faculty of Education Sciences ; Tema konferencije: ''Research and Education Challenges Towards the Future''
Mjesto i datum: Shkodra, Albanija, 24. – 25. May 2013.
Ključne riječi: Soft Sculpture; Clothing; Art; Children; Education
Sažetak:
The sculpting procedure and sculpting materials are traditionally ''hard'' oriented, and so are works in clay which have always found their final form in baked terracotta. However, the tendency to ''soften'' this hard and ''rough'' surface was already present in Ancient Greece in the early classic sculptures in the form of draperies wrapped around the body of the sculpture. Until then in prehistoric sculpture and in the sculptures of the first civilizations the drapery appeared in stylized, symbolic geometrically treated forms which emphasized the calmness and dignity of the characters presented even more. In ancient Greek sculpture the moving, swaying and almost ''transparent'' drapery appears for the first time, and its articulation strengthens in parallel with the emotional expression in Greek sculpture. The softened sculpture in the form it exists today in modern sculpture appears in the second half of the twentieth century and in two characteristic directions ''soft sculpture'' which treats the material as a constructive element of the form and ‘clothing sculpture’ which uses clothes as an independent element. These two approaches mix and complement each other in works of the majority of modern sculptors. This work examines the phenomenon of soft sculpture and its emotional character is linked with the concept ''contact comfort'' created in accordance with the researches of the famous psychologist H.F. Harlowe. Powerful, scientifically proven influence of soft clothing on one's psyche which has proven itself in one's life many times in practice (the attachment of a child to soft things which comfort it and make it feel safe) will become the foundation for the approach towards '' the soft, textile sculpture'' as a medium which, within itself, carries a powerful psychological element of intimacy and which is the carrier of deep psychological meanings. Soft materials emphasize warmth, variability and flexibility and possess a psychological and metaphorical meaning contrary to the one in traditional sculpture which is by definition solid and unchangeable. This article promotes the usage of ''soft'' sculpting materials and deepens the topic of softened sculpture in the educational process and children art education.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Cjeloviti rad (in extenso)
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Ostalo
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