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文字를 活用한 陶瓷文房諸具

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오창림
Publication Year
2014
URI
http://dcoll.jejunu.ac.kr/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000000006721
Abstract
Ceramics and written symbols have been so closely related with
human history that it is hard to think of them as separate
notions from human life. Ceramics are to the containers that hold
objects as what written symbols are to those that hold people's
thoughts.
The Korean people have a time-honored tradition of
worshipping literary arts and respecting the virtue of loyalty.
Therefore, they have cherished their stationaries that are
necessary for disciplining themselves while studying. Particularly,
the four items including a piece of paper, a writing brush, an ink
stick, and an ink stone used to be called 'Munbangsawoo', or
four friends in the study, meaning the four essential items thatwere found in a scholar's room at all times. However, Koreans
have dealt with their written symbols differently over time in
terms of where and how those stationaries are used. The modern
stationaries are focused more on their functions and conveniences
than ever. While seeking a super high speed change and
undergoing the rapid industrialization, the Korean society has
become inundated with foreign cultures, which is weakening the
basis of the culture cherishing written letters. New stationaries,
from a fountain pen to a ball-point pen, have been introduced to
allow people to communicate in a written language, and now
computers are used to make documents.
With the chronological changes in mind, this study focuses on
producing ceramic stationaries with Korea's long-cherished art of
written letters inscribed onto the surface of the potteries. This
attempt will help overcome the limits of time that paper is to
face eventually and other limits of space and time that are posed
on the traditional caligraphy, a two-dimensional art. Another
purpose of this study is to inherit the spirit of classical scholars
by creating ceramic artworks with the black-and-white contrast
of the indigenous image of Jeju's basalt rock and the civilized
image of the local society harmonized under the scenery of
Baeknokdam, or the summit of Hallasan Mountain. These two
different images will replace the contrast seen in the traditional
art of calligraphy that uses paper and ink. Adoptingcalligraphy-writing as a decorative method will also suggest how
to combine the traditional art of writing with the invariability of
ceramic arts, which is one of the practical ways to utilize the art
of calligraphy.
The use of fire and tools improved productivity, and early
mankind began to make containers as they had to store surplus
produces. Regardless of the chronological changes or regional
boundaries, ceramics have existed throughout the human history
since their birth, while maintaining the compatible values of
practical uses and artistic uses. The art of written letters has
developed in the same manner, with unchanged characteristics of
seeking the same values.
Changes in the stationary products vividly reflect the aspect of
the purpose-oriented modern society where processes of living are
Department
산업대학원 산업디자인학과
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Table Of Contents
Ⅰ.서론 1
1. 연구의 목적 1
2. 연구의 방법 및 범위 3
Ⅱ. 문자와 문방제구 및 제주 이미지의 일반적 고찰 5
1. 문자문명의 발생과정 5
2. 문방제구의 역사적 고찰 8
3. 도자 문방제구의 특징 21
4. 제주자연의 토착이미지로써 현무암 22
5. 제주자연의 명명화(命名化)로 파생된 문명이미지로써 백록담 24
Ⅲ. 문방제구의 현황 분석 및 개선 방향 27
Ⅳ. 시작품의 제작과정 및 설명 29
1. 시작품의 제작 배경 29
2. 시작품의 제작 과정 29
3. 시작품의 설명 33
Ⅴ. 결론 47
참고문헌
Degree
Master
Publisher
제주대학교 산업대학원
Citation
오창림. (2014). 文字를 活用한 陶瓷文房諸具
Type
Dissertation
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