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IMAJI
Vol 4, No 2 (2009)
Kematian yang Nir Batas
Susanto, Heru ( Program Studi Seni Rupa Murni, Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain Universitas Kristen Maranatha)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
05 Jun 2013
 
This project is a result of a variety of work done in the previous, the main themes for the variety of work were varied. They were about body illusion instution with its multi and complicated problem, and other problems, and other problems reated to gender aspect, political aspect, social aspect, tradition, religion, and many other. The purpose of the project was to recognize the true meaning of the borderless life after death. In order to recognized its true meaning, the traditional rituals and religion body management were used as the bases to analyze the idea of borderless life after death was perceived as a social-cultural phenomenon and as a tradition.In this project, death is defined as the borderline between theIn this project, a painting –as the artwork – was chossen to express the idea of borderless life after death visually. The basic idea of borderless life after death itself was analize using relevant methodology, theories, and empirical studies. In contrast, the concept of the artwork expressing the ideas such as borderless life after death, the life of soul in the erternal realm, the travel of soul to its original realm, an death as the borderline between the zone of worldly life and the borderless borderless life after death. The use of idioms in painting such as foggy white colour, smoky white colour, and some objects are for the aesthetic purpose where as the dances in the painting symbolize the aesthetical purpose where as the dances in the painting symbolize the aesthetical values, not sadness, Altogether, these elements construct the idea of borderless life after death.In conclusion, death should not be preceive as a frightening phenomenon but as a sacred, religious, and aesthetic celebration.worldly life zone and the zone of the borderless life after death. From this pont of view tradition, death is regarded as an event to celebrete the return of the soul to the eternal realm. It can be verivied by the fact that  there are many artistic symbols representing death , thus making it as new realty.
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