Symbolic duality computer animation

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Publication Type thesis
School or College Master of Arts
Department Art/Art History
Creator Yeom, Hee-Kyung
Title Symbolic duality computer animation
Date 2001-05
Description The thesis project is an approximately ten-minute-long animation, produced through the use of computers and edited with sound. The animated story is about ancient Toaism and points out that these ancient ideas still dominate the people's life and belief. This project is motivated by the commonalities in the design and philosophy of the symbols in I Ching, the Book of Changes of China, and Taegukki, the Korean national flag. The project involves how these symbols are used in different ways by various regional peoples. To support this, the story takes place through historical time, from the beginning of the universe to the present. Content in the work was inspired by and is directed toward the abstract concept of meaning as conveyed through symbols. The project allowed me to develop a visual and personal vocabulary for interpreting geometric symbols in conveying and manipulating information.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Alternate Title Master of Fine Arts
Language eng
Rights Management (c)Hee-Kyung Yeom
Format Medium application/pdf
Format Extent 24,608 bytes
Identifier ir-mfa/id/156
ARK ark:/87278/s6n90gxd
Setname ir_mfafp
Date Created 2016-09-01
Date Modified 2016-09-15
ID 215077
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