Celeng Ngelumbar Metafor Penambangan Eksploitatif Pasir


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Setem, I Wayan and Sukerta, Pande Made and Kusumo, Sardono W. and Marianto, Dwi M (2018) Celeng Ngelumbar Metafor Penambangan Eksploitatif Pasir. Mudra, 33 (2). pp. 161-170. ISSN 0854-3461

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The exploitative sand mining in Selat District contributed to the economic growth; however, the local people were never aware that it had caused the environment to be degraded. The phenomenon of the exploitative sand mining is used as the theme and subject matter of an art creation. From what was observed by the artist, an insight into something contributed to a creative process. The problem was reflected in the form of language using the method of hyperbole. The art creation was created using the structured, spontaneous and intuitive creative steps and method which led to a unique elaboration of all the imaginary components and a creative metaphor and concept. The creation was designed in a studio before it was moved to or arranged around the mining area. The relation between the location of presentation and people could become a specific strength as it was in accordance with the context of the subject matter. The target of the art work did not only constitute an individual expression which was limited to the matter of common aesthetics but it was also used as the way of and the tool for transmitting (campaigning) an environmental issue. The art creation could be used to inspire people, as individuals and groups, to participate in the attempt made to preserve the eco-system

Type: Article
Not controling keyword: River, exploitative sand mining, celeng (pig)
Subject: 1. ISI Surakarta > Penciptaan dan Pengkajian Seni
Divisions: Faculty of Graduate Programs > School of Doctoral Program (S3)
User deposit: UPT. Perpustakaan
Datestamp: 29 Jun 2018 07:02
Last mod: 29 Jun 2018 07:02
URI: http://repository.isi-ska.ac.id/id/eprint/2458

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