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A Proposal for Activation of Korean 'Mural Villages' and Digital Contents (한국의 '벽화마을'과 디지털 콘텐츠 활성화 시안)

  • Eum, Yeong-Cheol
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Computer Information Conference
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    • pp.265-266
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    • 2014
  • 본 연구는 현재 활발하게 진행 중인 '벽화마을'의 문제점과 발전방향을 몇 개의 도시 사례를 중심으로 고찰한 것이다. 대표적인 벽화마을의 문제점은 그 지역의 정체성과 무관한 이미지들이 많이 그려지고 있고, 이에 비례하여 비슷한 벽화마을이 조성되고 있다는 사실이다. 벽화마을은 그 지역의 정체성을 기반으로 다양하게 이루어져야 한다. 또한 관광객들이 스마트폰을 이용하여 다양한 벽화마을을 검색할 수 있는 통합된 벽화마을 애플리케이션이 만들어져야 한다. 본 논문은 벽화마을의 디지털 콘텐츠의 필요성을 제기한 시안의 성격임을 밝혀둔다.

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Research on the Design Characteristics of Chinese Modern Environmental Ceramic Art Murals - Focused on Murals of Zhu Legeng - (중국 현대 환경 도예벽화의 디자인 특성 연구 - 주러겅의 벽화를 증심으로 -)

  • Li, jian-hua;Yoon, Ji-young
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.393-394
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    • 2019
  • 본 연구는 자연주의 이론을 근거로 도예 벽화 창작 속 4가지 평가 요소를 정리했다. 아름다움, 기능성, 생태성, 상징성을 통해 중국 도예 벽화의 대표 인물 주러겅(朱?耕)의 작품을 분석했으며, 결과는 아래와 같다: 이러한 자연주의 스타일 작품은 뛰어난 미적 가치를 가지며, 인본주의 표현방식은 사람들에게 자연에 돌아온 느낌을 주어 자연과의 관계를 다시 생각하게 만든다. 자연주의는 도예벽화에서 기능성과 생태성으로 나타나며, 환경과 공간의 새로운 의미를 끊임없이 재정의할 뿐만 아니라, 도예벽화의 새로운 발전의 길을 제시한다.

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Problems of Korean Mural Villages and Ways to Make Use of Digital Contents (한국 '벽화마을'의 문제점과 디지털 콘텐츠 활용 방안)

  • Eum, Yeong-Cheol
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.39-48
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    • 2015
  • In this research the problems and ways to improve the three mural villages and how to make use of digital contents have been sought. Three ways of solutions were searched for the problems. Firstly, The geographical and cultural advantages of the villages were not in practical use, so in long term, making proper brands of the villages is recommended. Secondly, most of the paintings are wall paintings. So in the aspects of esthetics, more wall paintings are encouraged to be made with ceramic works. Lastly, there should be various festivals in connection with the villages. Various smart phone applications should be prepared for easier use of digital contents such as sights, foods, and accommodation, Mural villages have become one of attractions for both local and foreign tourists. More tourists should feel free to visit the mural villages.

Comparative Study on the Pigments Applied on the Wall Paintings of Temple in 18~19C (18~19세기 사찰벽화에 사용된 안료 비교 고찰)

  • Son, Young;Kang, Dai Ill;Lee, Hwa Soo;Lee, Han Hyoung
    • Journal of Conservation Science
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    • v.29 no.4
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    • pp.445-450
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    • 2013
  • This study investigated the properties of the painting materials used in the temple wall paintings of the $18^{th}$ to $19^{th}$ centuries by synthetically comparing the component analysis data on the pigments used in the temple wall paintings. The study subjects analyzed from ED-XRF are the data on the 61 temple wall paintings distributed nationwide. The colors of the wall painting coloring layers are classified into seven categories: white, incanadine, yellow, red, green, blue and black color. No big geographical and temporal differences in the type of the pigments were found in the temple paintings of the late Joseon Dynasty distributed in Gyeongsangdo and Jeollado. On the other hand, there were differences in the use of a color when mixing it with other colors depending on the painted parts.

Experimental Approach of Mural Public Design: Toward the Mural Design Case in Jurye Girl's Middle School, Busan (벽화 공공 디자인의 실험적 접근: 부산주례여자중학교 벽화 디자인 사례를 중심으로)

  • Yuan, Dezun;Song, Seungkeun;Liu, Chang
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.10
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    • pp.83-91
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    • 2015
  • This research considered the city design and public arts theory. As a result, planning ability lacks in the existing mural arts. It were discovered to not coincide with the demands of time. This research attempted practical approach by expanding to public spaces rather than being limited to artistic section. For one of the case, the mural of Jurye Girl's Middle School located in Busan was selected. As a result, the mural that included culture discovered that mural matches well with city's public environment. We conducted survey. 107 participants was randomly selected as students and neighbors in Jure girl's middle school. The results of it reveals that environmentally friendly tendency and cultural implication are relatively higher than others. Mural arts have been focused as space where people live along with the progress of civilization and development of our society. It is important how the relationship between modern public environment space and mural arts shall harmonize. This research proposes social values that can replace the special mood by adding vitalization and liveliness to public environment through various mural contents.

Difference of Place Identity Perception and Landscape Preference between Residents and Tourists in Ihwa-dong Mural Village (이화동 벽화마을 주민과 관광객간의 장소 정체성 인식 및 경관 선호 차이에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Yelim;Son, Yong-Hoon
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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    • v.45 no.1
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    • pp.105-116
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    • 2017
  • Murals in villages revitalize communities and spaces, and are economically efficient. Central and local governments are therefore actively undertaking Mural Village Projects but there are some issues and concerns about the projects for the provision of uniformed landscapes for the regions that are the result of a short-term completion of projects, and instead of cohesion, cause destruction of place identities. In addition, the problem of sustainable landscape management that is the result of low community involvement can be pointed out because the murals are products of government-led projects. The study covered the context of landscape and space change processes from a critical perspective, and focused on Ihwa-dong Mural Village, which is considered the first mural village in Korea and has begun to undergo drastic changes due to attention received from media. The purposes of this study are as follows. First, the study provides data about difference of place identity perception and landscape preference between residents and tourists in Ihwa-dong Mural Village. Second, this paper evaluates the current Mural Village Projects and finds alternative directions to improve the projects by using these data. This paper analyzed tourist hot spots in Ihwa-dong Mural Village by using SNS analysis, a field study and focus group interviews. The difference of place identity perception and landscape preference was examined among three groups: residents, new residents who are invited by Mural Village Projects, and tourists. This study showed that many tourists are focused on landscape areas that were not intentionally constructed projects. In addition, the locations of preferred landscapes and stores overlapped. Meanwhile, using qualitative data analysis, it was found that residents perceived the area as being an under-privileged location, while the murals, a non-daily landscape, largely affected place identity perception of new residents and tourists. For landscape preference, tourists preferred outdoor rest areas, while new residents and residents preferred less. Additionally, new residents and tourists preferred an area's night view while residents made no mention of this. Related to the direction of the projects, three groups showed their dependence on the government. This empirical study is significant from a participatory design perspective and in analyzing the issues for mural villages' landscapes, which are spreading across the nation and proceeding without criticism in urban regeneration. Implications for urban planners and suggestions for the future projects are given.

Traditional Aesthetics of Dunhuang Frescoes Visualized in Chinese Animation - Focusing on - (중국 애니메이션에서 구현된 둔황벽화의 전통 예술성 - <하충국, 2013>를 중심어로 -)

  • Yao, Zong-bin;Hwang, Min-sik;Lee, Hyun-Seok
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.61-62
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    • 2017
  • 둔황 벽화는 4세기부터 14세기에 거쳐 제작된 중국전통 회화 예술의 한 종류이다. 본 논문은 둔황 벽화의 예술성이 애니메이션에서 어떻게 연출되며 중국의 전통 문화와 어떠한 관련성이 있는지 살펴보고자 한다. 이를 위한 연구 전개는 첫째, 둔황 벽화와 중국 애니메이션에 대한 이론적 고찰, 둘째, 둔황벽화를 소재로 한 애니메이션 <하충국, 2013>을 대상으로 사례 분석하여 둔황 벽화의 예술적 특성이 전통 애니메이션을 통해 어떻게 표현되었는지 분석하고자 한다. 이를 통해, 고대의 예술성과 문화가 애니메이션 형식으로 제작되며, 중국의 문화역사에 대한 효과적인 교육적 기능을 하게 됨을 알 수 있다.

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The Study on the World Cave Painting and Kalabera Cave Painting (세계 동굴벽화와 칼라베라동굴의 벽화에 대한 연구)

  • Yoon, Jung-Mo
    • Journal of the Speleological Society of Korea
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    • no.92
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    • pp.1-7
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    • 2009
  • The Altamira Cave painting which Spain which is a world-wide cave painting will know, France Grotte de Lascaux painting, observes the France Chauvet Cave and sees and about Choungryongdo with the Sangyoungchong which are an ancient tomb mural of Korea introduces. This paper provides an overview of the rock art of the Northern Mariana Islands and particularly as the rock art discovered to date predominantly pertains to ancestor worship within the Chamorro cultural group. For centuries, the Western world has categorized the ancient Chamorro inhabitants of the Marianas Archipelago as a "prehistoric" people; a people without a written history. In addition to providing an overview of the rock art of the Northern Mariana Islands, this paper also emphasizes the fact that the ancient Chamorros did indeed have a recorded history and that this chronological record exists in the pictographs and petroglyphs that they painted and carved.

Analysis of Binding Media Used in Mural Painting of Temple Wall by Pyrolysis/GC/MS and IR (열분해/GC/MS와 IR을 이용한 사찰 벽화 시편 교착제 분석)

  • Park, Jongseo;Lee, Jeong Won
    • Journal of Conservation Science
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    • v.33 no.5
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    • pp.345-354
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    • 2017
  • A mural was discovered in the Ssanggyesa temple located in Jindo island, during repair of the Daeungjeon Hall. A study was conducted to determine the binding medium used for preparing the mural. Pyrolysis/GC/MS and IR spectrometry were used to analyze a painting specimen. Direct approach and on-line methylation approach were attempted for the pyrolysis/GC/MS. In IR analysis, the spectra of the specimen were found to be different from those of Asian lacquer, yellow lacquer, animal glue, and acrylic emulsion resin. They were also not identical to the standard IR spectra of drying oils such as linseed oil. Pyrolysis/GC/MS results of the specimen were different from those of Asian lacquer, yellow lacquer, animal glue, and acrylic emulsion resin. In the mean time, palmitic acid, octadecanoic acid, nonanedioic acid, and octadecenoic acid, which are characteristic pyrolysis products of dried drying oil, were detected. In addition, the pyrolysis/GC/MS chromatograms of the specimen and dried drying oil were also very similar. Therefore, it was concluded that the painting was prepared using drying oil as a binding medium.

Making Technique Studies of Mural Paintings in the No. 6 Tomb of Songsanri, Gongju (공주 송산리 6호분 벽화의 제작기술 고찰)

  • Han, Kyeong-Soon
    • Journal of Conservation Science
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    • v.27 no.4
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    • pp.451-458
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    • 2011
  • This study aims at identifying wall painting production technique of Songsanri No. 6 tomb based on optical examination and scientific analysis along with the investigation of written records of ancient wall paintings. The result displays that bricks with mortar were used for the construction of the wall, and masonry joint were made of lime, sand and gypsum. The surface of brick were plastered with black and thereafter with white lime. Finely sifted clay on the top of the white surface, were applied not with plasterer's trowel but with a brush for making ground surface. The clay are mineral particles smaller than $30{\mu}m$ of silt. The wall paintings of Sonsanri No. 6 is the only example of making ground layer with clay for painting of Sasindo (literally four heavenly animals painting) among remaining wall paintings of ancient tombs. The historical value of the painting should be attributed not only in terms that it displays a rare production techniques which were never discovered in any other paintings in Korea and Asia, but also it might had been uncompleted when the tomb were closed, even though it considers the fact that the wall painting were discovered in damaged condition in 1933.