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Title: 台灣社會彩妝中的美感理想(asthetic ideal)系譜(1980-2008)-朱正生的作品分析
On the Genealogy of the Aesthetics Ideals of Style Design in Taiwan Society (1980-2008) – the Analyzing of Chu Genshen’s Works
Authors: 趙屏菊
Keywords: 台灣彩妝;朱正生;身體美感理想;傅科;後殖民;Style Design in Taiwan;Chu Genshen;Aesthetics Ideal Form of Body;Foucault, Post-Colonial
Date: 2009
Issue Date: 2012-01-02T04:10:53Z
Abstract: 本研究的目標在於用具體的藝術家經驗(朱正生的經驗),勾勒出整個台灣身體理想美感的變遷,與社會物質條件變遷之間的關係。但對本研究而言,這樣的議題必須建立在兩個尚未建立起來的基礎上。首先我們必須建構社會身體研究的模型,其次我們必須有一個不同以往的歷史圖像然看待朱正生的創作經驗。因此在這個初步的成果報告當中,我們的重點將放在考察如何轉化哲學家傅科抽象的身體論述轉化為一個實際可用的身體研究模型,並利用理論家霍米巴巴後殖民理論的觀點,重新勾勒出台灣采妝從1980-2008的歷史圖像。This research tries to investigate the relation between social material condition from 1980 to 2008 and evolving process of the aesthetics ideals of style design in Taiwan through the experience of Chu Genshen, a representative style designer at this time. However, this research is necessary to be based on two preliminary grounds which are not available . First, the model to study social - body forms, and second, the historical picture of Taiwan Style design nowadays. Due to this requirement, the main points of this report will be the fulfillment of it. At one hand, it will be a task to transform Michell Foucault’s philosophical abstract body theory into practical method to construct a model of social - body forms. At the other hand, Homi K. Bhabha’s Post-Colonial theory will be employed as the frame to draw the historical picture.
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