Slab Ceramic Technique Offers Various Possibilities

Sudiyati, Noor (2015) Slab Ceramic Technique Offers Various Possibilities. Icaca Proceeding International Conference of Applied and Creative Arts. pp. 147-157. ISSN 978-967-5418-53-2

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Talking about technique in ceramic would is interesting. Not only can we see normal and general techniques but we also artistic technique. Artistic based technique are usually studied by the students of visual art faculty in the department with the main interest of ceramic. Certainly, the technique that they study are more than mere cylindrical techniques that are mostly adopted by most traditional ceramic artisans that we can find anywhere. The techniques that the students study are the standard techniques of processing ceramics with the different criteria. Nevertheless, with additional knowledge of aesthetics, art, effectiveness, and other knowledge, the processing of ideas and inspiration will be even stronger. Without that the artisan merely produce ceramic without artistic sense. In this case, the element of ;creation’ contributes much to the resulted ceramic. The students have have to adopt the techniques when making the ceramics. The application of aesthetics facts in the creation of ceramics will result in beautiful, artistic, and unexpected effects. The stored knowledge that is expressed along with the sense and passion will result in lively and strong ceramic body after the heating. The slab technique fundamentally represents distinctness, rigidity, futurism, and dynamics. What is important is how to apply those aspects in order to result in esthetic work while maintaining the characteristic of the slab technique.

Item Type: Article
Sudiyati, Noornidn0014116206
AuthorSudiyati, Noornidn0014116206
Uncontrolled Keywords: ceramic,technique,application, slab,artistic
Subjects: Kriya > Kriya Keramik
Divisions: Pascasarjana > S2 Program Studi Tata kelola seni
Depositing User: Noor Sudiyati
Date Deposited: 15 Sep 2022 08:21
Last Modified: 06 Feb 2023 04:49

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