Abramovich's Balkan Baloc. Abramovich sat on a pile of 1,500 flesh-and-blood bones, scrubbing them while murmuring her childhood folk songs. Her tone was full of mourning. The background was a projection of her and her parents. This work is closely related to the reality of the artist's native Balkan region, full of tension and profound implication.
The work, completed in 2000, records the process of walking into a weapons store, purchasing firearms, walking on the street with guns until they are taken away by the police. Incredibly, the next day, he persuaded the police and reproduced the above story. It is said that he went to the street with a gun to observe the reaction of people around him.
The film "The Last Emperor" begins with the music of Chinese drums and percussion accompanied by flute, which has the palace charm of ancient China and is mysterious and distant. At the same time, red, green and yellow, which are the symbols of the Chinese palace and the symbols of Royal power, are used to display the Palace Museum buildings. The wide-angle lens taken from the dark windows outwards is the main way to show the Palace Museum buildings. This oppressive contrast of light and shade seems to have its implications.
In addition to the natural scene scheduling and profound composition, the use of light, shadow and color is also a major highlight of the film can not be ignored. When I first watched this film, I think Puyi recalled the court life as a whole, the lens mostly used warm color, which symbolized his carefree state. Puyi used a cold color in most modern lenses, which symbolized the state of being bound. The contrast of warm and cold lens shows Puyi's two different life states, and gives the audience a strong impact.
In the course of watching the film, I decided on my theme. In one of the scenes, Japanese officers had awarded Puyi a medal belt, which had a great irony and an end to an era. I decided to start with this decoration to reflect the integration of two cultures in an era.
As the last emperor, Puyi's life is quite legendary. In all, he served as emperor three times, which is the most frequently used emperor in Chinese history. When Guangxu was dying, Cixi suddenly ordered Puyi, a young emperor. From then on, the three-year-old boy began his legendary life.
It is rumored that he was sitting in a dragon chair crying at the ceremony of succession. There are many people around who can't persuade them. It may seem like doomed. Because the three-year-old emperor was too young, power was in the hands of his father, Prince Alcohol. Later in the 1911 Revolution, he abdicated at the age of six. But he still lived in the palace as his little emperor.
Ornamental ribbon, also known as ribbon, is a fine silk fabric hanging medals.
Medal is composed of medal belt and medal. With social progress and frequent fighting, the limited space in the upper left corner of military uniform can not accommodate too many medals. In order to avoid many medals crowded together to wear, lose, interfere with each other, hard precious metal self-injury or stabbing others, people began to remove the hard medals, wearing only soft bands. Later, people folded the ribbons into small squares and fixed them in the upper left corner of the military uniform to show the glory of the past. The glittering "little plaid" in the upper left corner of the military uniform - "a brief chapter" or "a brief table".
Interesting Discovery about Japanese Tattoo Culture
Japan has also begun to use tattoos as penalties, known as "Ink Ink", specifically to punish exiled and unofficial "no-resident". The position and style of "Ink Ink" gradually evolved into Japanese characteristics. For example, Hiroshima's "Ink Ink" was the first time to pierce a horizontal line, the second time to pierce a horizontal line, the third time to pierce a pinch, and the fourth time to pierce a point, adding up to the word "dog" of single dogs. Prisoners stabbed with "dogs" are basically waiting to die.
During this period, woodblock Ukiyo painting developed. Many artists tried to apply Ukiyo design to tattoos, which provided a variety of styles and styles for tattoos. The pattern developed from a single to a complex pattern based on animals and flowers, set off by waves, clouds and lightning, with parts extending to arms, legs and even the whole body. This kind of pattern I would like to use in the design of printing.
Japanese writing is inextricably related to China. Many Japanese characters are reformed on the basis of Chinese characters, and this transformation is only to split Chinese characters or add one or two strokes to them
China and Japan are two East Asian countries, one by one. In ancient times, Japan learned Chinese culture in an all-round way, so that no matter how many generations Japan developed, it always took the shadow of Chinese culture, in fact, it can be seen in clothing.