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Introducing the Meaning of Batik through Game and Appearance in Virtual Reality

Prastomo, Ag. Dicky, Widiantoro, Bayu

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 2 (2018): December 2018
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

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Batik is not just visually but also philosophically enticing. a brief history in 1755, in the era of “Keraton Surakarta” and “Keraton yogyakarta”, each kingdom has developed their own style including motif and coloring. Making a Batik is not just simply decorating, it is also form a repository of beliefs and values. youth or young one, need to examine and understand Batik with spesific meet their ways. A digital native generations. Visual communication research design offers a case study and visual etnography or visual decoding to describe, to compare, and to evaluate the pattern, beliefs and values. Overall, analysis of findings would clearly indicate that most of the target audiences are not interested to know what the meaning of Batik meaning, but they relay on smartphone gaming as daily activity. the like to know things through 2 dimesional game.

Fall-Recovery Technique as Technology in Dancer’s Body

Rahmatika, Kiki

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 2 (2018): December 2018
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the human body is a tool that capable of understanding and then reveal various problems that exist in the social life. Body as tool means a body that has a technique or as technology that is able to express the problem. if the body has been positioned as a tool, of course the tool must have a technique that has been honed its ability. For example fall-recovery’s technique which is discovered by dorris Humphrey. then to get to the technique, the body must get treatment, conditioning and emphasis through strict discipline. ultimately the techniques that make the body into technology will be constructed through body behavior which is doing by long exercises and method from the right technique.

Materiality, Making and Meaning: Building the Artist Record through Conservation in Indonesia

O’donnell, Eliza, Tse, Nicole

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 2 (2018): December 2018
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Ways of knowing and understanding the artistic process are not fixed, and there are multiple perceptions that rely on the experience of the viewer and sources that inform them. this paper presents a case study of a conservation residency and collaborative treatment of indonesian artist Entang wiharso’s ‘landscaping My Brain’ (2001) oil on canvas triptych painting, to examine how we understand the artistic process from a conservation perspective and how this material knowledge contributes to the artist record. an interdisciplinary methodology for the conservation treatment of wiharso’s painting relied on technical and visual examination of the artwork in partnership with artist interviews and archival research. the residency concluded with an exhibition of the painting in an ‘active state of conservation’, highlighting the conservation decisionmaking process as value based and culturally grounded, leading to questions of authority, the role of technical-conservation expertise, what approaches work best, who should do the work and what knowledge informs it. in considering how we understand the artistic process, this paper will draw on the importance of practice-based interdisciplinary learning between conservator, artist, collector, curator and students, and the potential for collaboration and knowledge building at the intersection of these disciplines.

New Composition Concept for Keroncong Music in the Oboe Concerto with Keroncong and Orchestra

Sanjaya, Singgih

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 2 (2018): December 2018
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this research aims to design a new concept in keroncong music creation with an explorative method. Keroncong is one kind of entertainment musics in indonesia that has a long existece and evolved up to today. Keroncong music is a musical mixture of a western diatonic music with Javanese gamelan music. the term of keroncong comes from the sound “...crong crong crong...” on the ukulele instrument that played rasquardo. an instrumentation music consists of: vocals, violin, flute, cak, cuk, cello, guitar, and bass. during this moment, keroncong is basically just served as a vocal accompaniment music. this becomes a driving force for the author to compose a special composition for keroncong music solo instrument. there is a new concept used in the arranging of this composition, as follows. this composition is designing a concerto, which is a type of the instrumental musics with a western diatonic instrument on the part-one of the solo oboe and an English horn in part-two, with keroncong music and orchestra. the conclusion of these designs are as follows. Keroncong music will be able to stand on its own as an instrumental music.

The Paradox of Control: Visual Clue vs. Auditory Instruction in Game Designing

Martyastiadi, Yusup Sigit

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 2 (2018): December 2018
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Visual clue and auditory instruction are information that used in games. the genuine information is developed on game design conceptualization. this paper explains the study of the paradox of control, which was applied in the process of game designing. Basically, the research investigates the differences of powerful game information between visual clue and auditory instruction to gain complexity of game levelling. the research method used game design experiments, playing observations, and the interview to clarify the respondents’ decision-making. the visual clues and auditory instructions were occurred randomly based on the path of the respondents’ chosen. However, in one level of observation, the information of visual clue & auditory instruction were happening together in the same time and those were contradictive each other. this condition was called the paradox of control on information handling in the game. interestingly, in this circumstance, most of the respondents decided to follow the visual clues, although it was not the right direction. that condition potentially led by visual perception. this paper will describe the respondents’ motivation on their decision-making. Finally, the result of this study could give recommendation for level designers in game designing, especially on complexity of the challenge in the game’s dramatic element.

Cross-Cultural Study in LocalWisdom for Creative Food Package Development in Secondary School

Laedpriwan, Sineenart, Nuntatong, Wongduean, Ponsanthia, Komnate, Iam-In, Waristha, Silpanurak, Bunkant, Thunmarong, Pattamaporn, Chimklang, Paweena

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 2 (2018): December 2018
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The purposes of this research were ๑) to study the wisdom of Thai food package by wrapping and packing technique from the local Thai and Japanese food experts. ๒) to develop the WisdomTransferring Model of food packaging ๓) To experiment the specific program of Wisdom-Transferring Model of food packaging in Secondary school: Mathayomsuksa 4th year. The experimental program was examined in Thailand locally separated into 4 parts/4 schools. The result of this research can be explained the transferring technique of Thai wrapping were similar in attitudes and beliefs. The subject should described the content of materials and processes which directly matched with the subject of professional practice and technology together with the social science/cultural and history integrated with English understanding language The researcher founded that the program of Thai Wisdom Transferring has contained to be 24 hours or 4 = full day a continuing program. The control group of this research sample has increasing their creativity in wrapping and packaging up to 40.89% in attitude and belief and 55, 84% the same as the meaning between languages.

Graphic Design Methods of a Science Museum Exhibition for Children

Kalumpahaiti, Kanpat

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 2 (2018): December 2018
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The graphic design is essential for the science museum exhibition affecting the perception and motivation of children to learn and discover a science experience. the research aims to study the graphic design methods of science museum exhibition for children, to propose the new approach of the graphic design which the most efficient expression to motivate learning of children from age 6 to 9 years old, and to design the graphics module within the temporary exhibition space. this article is the 1st phase to observe the graphic design methods of the science museum exhibition by using the fieldwork case study analysing of literature by selected 27 exhibits from the united Kingdom, Japan, and thailand to compare. also, interviews the 7 experts who are a stakeholder with the research. the result indicated that the graphic design approach of all exhibitions with the consistent. However, the mood and tone vary depending on the exhibit presented, and the role of graphics is different because of the socio-cultural context of each country. the conclusion can be drawn that the study result can be the guide or sources inspiration of further artistic creation and design that is attracting children the further stage of development.

International Symposium on practice as research (ISpar) (Controversies, Challenges, Conceptualisations East-West perfectives)

Wirayudha, Asep Hidayat

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 1 (2018): June 2018
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Art as the Manifestation of Embodiment in the Age of Modern technology

Indrajaya, Ferdinand

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 1 (2018): June 2018
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It is undeniable that modern technology has been penetrating our contemporary life in myriad aspects. From the water we drink, foods we eat, to the installed applications inour phone. Hence modern technology has become one dominating worldview on itsown which skips our reflection upon it. Its rapid growth stems from the dismissal oftradition and simultaneously with the tremendous scientific discoveries with its inherentinstrumental rationality. It actively participates in serving the irrational dimension ofour cybernetics-contemporary life. Thus it is not a neutral ensemble of devices, butnormatively-prescriptive directs our being in achieving our goals mechanically. AsHeidegger said, it enframes our being in the world in a disembodied fashion. Enframing,is the quintessence of modern technology. Merleau-Ponty, as another ardent critic, alsostated that modern technology is essentially manipulative. Under the heading of scientism(and or cybernetics), it anesthetizes humanity as its own manipulandum. Contrastingwith such view, art potentially re-attunes our relation with things. From Merleau-Ponty’sphenomenological perspective, art (especially painting) powerfully shows the prereflectiveand embodied contact with the world. This paper is an attempt to show the roleofart in a life that has been eclipsed by the modern technological worldview.

Alternatives Formation of Bricks Pattern from Trowulan through parametric design

Indrawan, Stephanus Evert

IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 5, No 1 (2018): June 2018
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This research is a continuation of the potential mapping from Trowulan Art and Crafts commodity based on its material which consist of Terracotta, Stone and Brass. Studies are limited to Terracotta and bricks as its products. Terracotta of Trowulan has a distinctive color texture and the product that based on this material are mostly sculpture, roofs tile, roofs ornament and bricks. Bricks are the most common material for building construction and being exposed in a common principles of bricks formation. This recent research aims to find an alternative principles of bricks formation through parametric design approach. The software that being used are Rhinoceros and Grasshopper plug ins. Product of studies are parametric script that enables designer to make a well calculated simulation and shorten the prototyping process. It is also implemented as design module or designs pattern that can be developed manually by handworkers.