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ERIC Number: EJ1272869
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2020-Oct
Pages: 16
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: EISSN-2146-7242
Broken of Bravery to the Invention of Rifle: A View on Project Technology Context of Creativity and Mastership
Dede Kodaman, Mehtap
Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET, v19 n4 p50-65 Oct 2020
The aim of the study is to bring a critical perspective to the use of projection and copy technologies, which have become widespread and degenerate by developing technology, in the art of painting. The data were evaluated by methods such as literature review, sample analysis, observation and experience. Projection technologies and the history of the camera obscura were examined. The effects of technologies on the art of painting have been questioned: reflection technologies such as photography, video, projection; printing technologies as blueprints and digital printing. The technical process on the basis of reproduction by projection consists of tracing the image and its repetition. Thanks to the printing technologies, this is not even necessary. This method which undermines the creative process, weakening hand-brain-eye coordination, perception development, imagination and composition design; can bring impersonality and uniformity. Wide range of uses and causes of projection technologies, concept confusion and discourses, the dimension that threatens creativity and mastery , encouraging use to support creativity; the subject has been interpreted on the basis of art ethics and aesthetics. One of our most important problems as a country is that we cannot be productive and creative enough to compete with the world market. The origins of the gradual decrease in the importance given to art and creative thinking and the loss of inventive ability can be found in the wrongness of education and cultural policies. We need research and studies that try to bring creativity and inventiveness to the fore, not imitation, and prioritize creativity in art and education through art.
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Language: English
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