Journal ARS
ISSN : 18297412     EISSN : 25807374
ARS merupakan jurnal ilmiah berkala yang ditujukan untuk mempublikasikan karya ilmiah hasil penelitian, pengembangan, dan studi pustaka di bidang seni rupa dan desain. Jurnal ini terbit 3 kali setahun dengan 6 artikel setiap edisi yang jatuh pada bulan Januari - April, Mei - Agustus, September - Desember.
Articles 89 Documents

Cahyono Priyanto, Oc.

ARS No. 9/ September - Desember 2008
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v3i9.108


environmental damages are acknowledged to be the negative impacts of the existence and activities of human. The impacts have been the major issues in the world such as the ozone hole, the earth temperature that is increasing significantly and the natural disasters. People need to change their paradigms and habits immediately to prevent further destruction on earth. Reutilizing used materials is one way, among other ways, to lessen the environment exploitation, even though it is not directly related to carbon dioxide reduction issue which is promoted by the KyotoProtocol supporters. However, in the realm of art and design, it is really relevant to creativity and at the same time, endorsing the sustainable design principles. Keywords: sustainable design, recycle, reused material

Seniman dan Nilai Generik Seni

Ardi, Sun

ARS No.1 TH.1 April 2004
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v1i1.235


1. M enengok ke B e lak an g : P roses Munculnya Humanisme2. R enaisans Semu3. Diversifikasi U saha dalam Masyarakat4. Seni Lukis Ekspresi dan Seni Lukis K omoditi5. Eksistensi Generik Seniman

'AKAR' DAN 'LUKU' DI KOTA, TRAKTOR DI DESA Kriya Kayu Rastik dalam Konteks Valorisasi, Partikularisasi Gaya ITidup, dan Perubahan Sosio-Kultural Masyarakat Kontemporer

Krisnanto, Sri

ARS No. 6/September - Desember 2007
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v1i1.260


This article discusses the development o f rustic craps nowadays. Rustic craft in this articlemeans a work o f craft that is "made'' o f natural materials, such as roots, and ru ral-folk-crafts, fo r example,"lesutig" and "luku " (plough). These kinds o f crafts are becoming popular among the middle-to-high classcommunities in the cities. The crafts function ils a signifier in gaining social status which differentiate c,certain class with other classes, and also fulfil their needs o f a different life style and their aesthetkal value.Such a condition increases a valorization o f rustic craft in economical and symbolic sense, but, at the sametime, creates an ironic condition especially in the context o f sccio-cultural shifting in a rural area. Thevillagers, especially the farmers, are withdrawn from their socio cultural base since they become unfamiliarwith their fvlk-funitiunul-crufts.Key ivords: life style, craft, rustic craft, discourse, valorization.


Karnadi, Hartono

ARS No. 7/Januari - April 2008
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v1i2.269


When numbers are applied as a merchandise brand, it is unique. There are many symbolic meaningscontained within. For several people, especially those who are involved in business, such an issue -"petungan" ("calculation" in the Javanese language) including feitg shui - is familiar. In this case, thenumbers mostly function to generate the spirit o f success.Keywords: number, brand, mystery, myth and spirit

Human Capital Disain Interior ISI Yogyakarta Dalam Persaingan Di Era Digital

SholahuddIn, M.

ARS Vol 3, No 11: September-Desember 2010
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v3i11.118


Interior Design Study Program’s Human Capital in the Competition of  Digital Era. The growth of  information  technology that then followed by the globalization forces  the higher education institutions to revitalize their selves and to reconsider their business and working concept.  The most urgent thing to be done in identifying the nation competences and then translating and ultimately  selling those competences in global market is producing exceptional human capital. Higher education institution is responsible to run that function. Human capital development program undertaken by  the Interior Design Study Program of  ISI Yogyakarta is based on the market need of  professional interior  designers. Some efforts have been carried out in the program i.e. formulating the vision and mission to be  accomplished, identifying the existing problems, and setting a curriculum that fits the market need.Keywords: human capital, interior design, interior designer, interior  decorator, curriculum


M. Dwi Marianto, M.F.A., Dr.

ARS No. 4 / Januari - April 2007
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v1i4.244


Surrealism, which was coined in the First Manifesto o f Surrealism by Andre Breton in 1924,indeed begun and was centred in Paris, before spreading nut to a number o f countries beyond F.urop?,including the Pacific region. Interestingly, in the Surrealist international map published in 1929, Francewas not there, and it was as i f the USA never existed, whereas it was the Pacific Regioti which was regardedas the centre o f the world. The Parisian Surrealist highly appreciated art from the region. As a mutter offad,there were really artists in a number o f countries, including Indonesia, who were well-accepted andappropriated Surrealism according to their respected culture. In Yogyakarta, surrealists' works o f artemerged phenomenally in the 1970s and have been continuously produced until now. RegardingIndonesian surrealism, M. Dioi Marianto suggests that surrealism exists in any culture and society. TheParisian culture did not come to Yogyakarta directly but through reproductions o f Surrealists’ w o rkprinted in Modem Art books. Images o f surrealist works were then seen and adopted by many artists asuxiys o f producing surrealistic works o f art. In this resjyect it is more appropriate to regard the ParisianSurrealism as having triggered surrealist virtual potentials or tendencies that hud indeed been embedded inthe culture and sub-cultures streaming through Yogyakarta as a state o f mind.Keyu>ords: Surrealism, Parisian Surrealist, state o f mind

Hindia Belanda dalam Fotografi

Widyo Harsanto, Prayanto

ARS Vol 1, No 13: Mei-Agustus 2011
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v1i13.129


Netherlands East Indies in Photography. The Dutch colonization in Indonesia caused two different cultures- the Western culture (Europe-Dutch) and the Eastern culture (Indonesia) - to meet. Each was supported by distinct ethnic with dissimilar social structure as well. This situation resulted in the fact that the Dutch culture enriched the Eastern cultures, Javanese culture for instance. The Dutch culture influenced broader field and various culture elements. The Indies style was developed to cope with the historical, political, social, economical, art and cultural condition. The Indies style can be sensed in many forms of documentation, photography to mention one. Meanwhile, the need of visual information to be used in knowledge development and the tracing of human civilization became crucial. Basically, photography concerns with how this recording technology encourages the effort to study the need. This study aimed at proofing that photography in Netherlands East Indies was not merely a recording aid,but also an agent of modernization and of life style changes. It also illustrated how the Eastern image was projected by the Western (Orientalism)Keywords: photography, Indies culture, Orientalism

Seni Patung Berbasis Teknologi Biner 01

Morin, Lutse Lambert Daniel

ARS Vol 1, No 12: Januari-April 2011
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (594.986 KB) | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v1i12.2813


Sculpture is three-dimensional works created as a way to communicate the artist to the recipient. In general, the sculpture has the look of a close spatial relationship with the planning and preparation form. By some artists of this digital technology is processed and used as a means of creative media. Planning can form through the process without the process technology or technology-based aritmatic row that work based programming language. Blend series aritmatic 0 1 in binary processing will change analog data into an array of data will produce the color through the liquid crystal display (LCD) or cathode ray tube (CRT). Analog data in the form sculpture sketch plan will be changed into electronic visual data displayed through the LCD or CRT screen.

Berpikir Tentang Garis, Mengolah Garis Jadi Seni

Dafri, Yulriawan

ARS Vol 1, No 14: September-Desember 2011
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v1i14.138


Line is a crucial part of human life that is inseparable from the society. The significance of line can be viewed from various angles. It can be scrutinized based on its form and the point of view used in the analysis. In real life, line can be classified into two big classes: those that are natural- they exist naturally and those that are resulted from creative thinking process of human. Line is a vehicle by which an artist expresses himself and actualizing his ideas to be understood and appreciated as a work of art.Keywords: line, creating line, expression, art


Pujiharto, Herry

ARS No. 5 / Mei - Agustus 2007
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | | DOI: 10.24821/ars.v2i5.253


Batik and traditional woven cloth the Indonesian cultural heritage created by skilled hands canstill compete with imported products and are considered to possess high artistic characteristics(craftsmanship). Nowadays, they retain a strong presence throughout Indonesian society reflecting thesocial changes which have occurred within society because o f technological development. The creativity andinnovation involved in producing new things represents the identity o f each region in Indonesia. Thegovernment should put their effort into increasing the awareness o f producers to include the tag "Made inIndonesia " on their products. By doing so, the government educates consumers to know and believe that theitems they wear arc the product o f their culture. Such an effort, instead o f being on its own, is a part o f broaderproduction system which forms a value-added chain. Cooperation between the upper and lower ends o f thischain can provide positive benefits. Even though the flood o f imported products is unavoidable, there isnothing to be concerned about since Indonesian consumers have benefited as well. However.; should we leaveit as it is? /4s children o f the nation, we are supposed to reflect, offer introspection and, eventually, dosomething to do something so that the local products can be accepted more by their own people.Keywords : national identity, import-focused, value-added chain