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The Intermediaries and Differences of Western and Non-western Arts : On the “field”, “media”, and “sign” of Contemporary Aboriginal Art in Taiwan

Taiwanese contemporary aboriginal art, as an intermediary between traditional arts of small-scale community and globalized western contemporary art, features heterogeneity and pluralism. With Meyer Schapiro’s "Style, artiste, société" as the theoretical basis, this thesis thinks west and non-western arts about framed and frameless fields, smooth and uneven carriers, perspective centers and non-perspective, the viewer’s visual culture to discuss the different cultures behind carriers and surface, from contemporary art materials and techniques. This thesis is to explore the contemporary aboriginal from the natural materials of aboriginal art as driftwood, pottery, knitting, and calamus necklaces

1. The link of pottery art and archeology art.

2. Knitting acts the intermediary of ethnic ancestral spirits ceremony and contemporary performance art.

3. Calamus necklace acts the intermediary of contemporary art and the social cultures as baby festival rituals.

4. The abstract symbol of natural wood carving driftwood Rethink the intermediary and differences between the anthropology of art regarding art as a holistic and contemporary art emphasizing Individual subjectivity privacy, multiple techniques and behind which the possibility of visual culture. Key words : contemporary aboriginal art, heterogeneity and pluralism, carrier, symbol, intermediary

 
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