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A Study on User's Awareness of Subway Environment Shape Objects in Metropolitan Cities (광역시 지하철 환경조형물에 대한 이용자 의식분석 연구)

  • Choi, Chol-Heyong;Park, Sun-Woo;Kim, Chang-Hyun;Cho, Han-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Railway
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    • v.12 no.6
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    • pp.927-935
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    • 2009
  • Environmental shape objects not only play a part as various cultural facilities but also symbolize local unique culture beyond the limit of functional role. Therefore subway environmental shape objects should be approached in terms of public installations and art and should be designed to accommodate and meet the needs of subway users appropriately. In order to find out what subway users think about environment shape objects in subway stations, the factors that can evaluate awareness and preference for environment shape objects and visual image of environment shape objects were examined and analyzed. Positive elements were shown with regard to environment shape objects a lot but it is judged that visual quality of subway environment can be deteriorated if environment shape objects do not harmonize with the characteristics of station environment.

The study on Ceramic Kilns for Common Qualities Based on the Sejongsillokjiriji -Focused on Woohari Kiln Site- (世宗實錄地理志에 나타난 中品磁器所에 관한 硏究 -于下理 窯址를 中心으로-)

  • Kim, Jong-Tae
    • Archives of design research
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.307-318
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    • 2004
  • We could understand that Woohari oven place is the main place to create important ceramic from Sejongsillokjiriji through the research on the collected remains and books. It was very important founding to understand The history of Korean ceramic industry as well as the special feature of the valuable ceramic in Chosun Dynasty because this place is considered as the original place for center of creating valuable ceramic which called Gongseunghyun during the King, Sejong. Most of the unearthed pieces are containers for living. Specially, it shows clearly about this thought after we found a piece of a soup bowl which has the black letter "Seon". So Woorhar Kiln is an official place to manage food during the King, Sejong(1420') which took care of tribute for one of Sasunsa.

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Pictorial Record of 'Joseon's Exhibitions of Chinaware and Wooden Works' - Pictorial Record of the Exhibitions of Korean Chinaware and Wooden Works Held in Tokyo, Japan in the 1930s - (『조선도자목공전관(朝陶磁木工展觀)』 도록 - 1930년대 일본 동경에서 개최된 한국 도자기, 목공예 전시회 도록 -)

  • Kim, Sang-yop
    • (The)Study of the Eastern Classic
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    • no.32
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    • pp.425-441
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    • 2008
  • Most of Korea's Kyungmaedorock(auction book: 競賣圖錄) and pictorial record of exhibitions in the modern times were usually published in the 1930s. Although 1930s were periods of the Great Depression when economic slump continued because of the aftereffect of the slump in the stocks issued by the US in 1929, during this period, Japan began regular continental invasion starting from invasion of the northeastern area of China. To curio dealers, the 1930s were 'boom period of curio transaction' and in urban cultural aspects, the period is evaluated as the one when the first step of modernism was formed. Collection, photo-printing and arrangement of the data related to modern exhibitions including the Auction Book being published at that time are very important because they enable us to know characteristics of fine arts in the transition period from paintings & writings to fine arts in addition to enabling us to revert the circulation history of our paintings & writings and curios. Furthermore, these data will become important data for reconstitution of the circulation history of the Eastern Asia's modern art works. Although the pictorial record of Joseon's Exhibitions of Chinaware and Wooden Works(朝鮮陶磁木工展) is a small and thin one, it records our country's high level chinaware and wooden works. Although we can't know the exact time for 'Joseon's exhibitions of chinaware and wooden works', they are assumed to have been held in Tokyo, Japan in the 1930s and there seems to have been sale of works, too. As such, studies of the books such as the auction book and exhibitions under Japanese imperialism have the first importance in the fact that through which we can examine the course of outflow of our art works to Japan. Furthermore, they can be studies of art-sociology that examine flow and phase of recognition and taste of art works of those days. And from now on, comparative studies of auctions and exhibitions being held in Japan such as Tokyo, Osaka and etc. as well as art markets in Seoul during modern times would also be necessary.

A Measurement Study of the Modular Shifts in Korean Industrial Ceramic - On the Tablewares during Last 50 Years (한국 산업도자에 있어서 모듈변화의 실측 연구 : 최근 50년간 식기를 중심으로)

  • Son Yeoun-Suck
    • Journal of Science of Art and Design
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    • v.2
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    • pp.42-89
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    • 2000
  • Industrial ceramic of Korean industrial design, especially tableware show different characteristics in their forms between 1940s-1960s, and 1970s-1990s. The shift of such changes can be verified objectively by module measurement. The validity of the results applying this method is supported by the investigation of the change of aesthetic modes in Korean society. The most obvious change in the figurative characteristics of tableware is in the outline of their external shapes. 'Module' is used to describe and analyze the changes of such an external shape more strictly as the objective method and measuring the module is employed. This method was developed by the combination of the method analyzing figurative art works by Re Corbuise who uses 'module' with Hambidge's method to describe and analyze the works by means of the golden section. The shift of flgurative changes of tableware could be examined objectively and elaborately by such a newly developed method. The industrialization of tableware production in Korea was begun in 1940s. Then its design was not activated, but as the society has been stabilized through the liberation and civil war, design was settled in 1960s. After that, the design has played the essential roles in 1970s. And as the importance of design in producing goods has been recognized according to the economic growth. The design of tableware shows a remarkable difference based on 1960s and 1970s in such an economic growth. It is resulted from the scientific data analysis of the design since 1940 without any preference. According to the results which analyze the external shapes of tableware for last 50 years, the tableware designs show much differences between 1940s-1960s, and 1970s-1990s. The figurative changes of Korean tableware show the similar trends to the transitional aspects of the society. Design is the manifestation of aesthetic modes which have been developed in a close relationship to society and especially economy. In Korea the development of design was initiated by the economic growth and the Korean aesthetic modes were also changed with the economic growth. The transitional shift of aesthetic modes shown in the figurative characteristics of tableware which are divided on the basis of 1960s and 1970s was peak in 1970s with the development of economy and design started in 1960s.

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A Study on the View on Nature in Ch'o-Jung's Three-Verse Poems(Sijo) (초정(艸丁) 김상옥(金相沃) 시조(時調)에 나타난 자연관(自然觀))

  • Choi, Heung-Yeol
    • Sijohaknonchong
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    • v.30
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    • pp.263-300
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    • 2009
  • Adoration for nature constitutes one of the primary subjects that literature has tackled since the origin of human history. Nature expressed through a poet's subjective imagination is the internalized and reorganized nature. This study examines the view on nature enacted in Ch'o-Jung's three-verse poems (sijo) in light of the traditional views on nature implicated in the ancient three-verse poems (koshijo), which is in line with the long-established Oriental view on nature. To dignitaris(sadaebu) in the Chosun Dynasty, nature appeared as the idealistic subject for moral culture ($shims{\breve{o}}ngsuyang$), which also becomes the literary space where the purity and justice of the world view of Neo-Confucianism(Sungrihak) is contained in the form of the three-verse poem, the lyrical poetic space where the "I" is united with nature by way of "enjoying of wind and moon"($umpungnongw{\breve{o}}i$) and "living in quiet retiremen"($yuyuchaj{\breve{o}}k$), and the object for the poetical perception of the surrounding world. Ch'o-Jung' s three-verse odes are found in Reed pipe ($Ch'oj{\breve{o}}k$), Sixty Five Pieces of Three-Verse Odes (Samhaengshi-$yukshipopy{\breve{o}}n$), Autumn Fragrance ($Hyangginam{\check{u}}n-ga{\check{u}}l$), and The Words of Zelko va Tree ($N{\check{u}}tinamu{\check{u}}i-mal$). This study analyzes 212 pieces of Ch'o-Jung' s three-verse poems chosen from theses books. In Ch'o-Jung's poems, the traditional view on nature expressed in the ancient three-verse poems is rendered in such a way that metaphysical understanding of nature is indirectly transmitted through the objective correlatives found nature. Nature is no longer the object of straightforward utterance, but transformed, displaced, and removed: that way, nature gets objectified to form a complicated and multi-layered structure. In conclusion, the view on nature manifested in Ch'o-Jung's three-verse poems is based on traditional metaphysics. Second, nature is the object of lyrical nostalgia and adoration. Third, nature is imbued with the fundamental affection for parents. Fourth, nature is associated with organic life. Fifth, the nature in Ch'o-Jung's poems reveals the beauty of stillness endorsed in Lao-tse's and Chung-tze's philosophy. And last, nature is the agent for self-realization and meditation.

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