아트퍼니처에서 나타나는 예술과 디자인의 비경계적 현상에 관한 연구

Title
아트퍼니처에서 나타나는 예술과 디자인의 비경계적 현상에 관한 연구
Other Titles
A Study on the Non-boundary Phenomena Between Art and Design in Art-furniture
Author(s)
정명택최병훈[최병훈]
Keywords
art furniture; design art; furniture as art; contemporary furniture
Issue Date
201307
Publisher
한국가구학회
Citation
한국가구학회지, v.24, no.3, pp.226 - 238
Abstract
In the 21st century, boundary between different fields is coming down, convergence and consilience are taking place. It would not be an exaggeration to say key buzzword of the 21st century is ‘convergence’. Also in the field of art and design, the border between the two areas is getting more ambiguous. With the reason, both the new awareness and interest on Art Furniture are becoming more heightened. So far as part of the decorative art category Art Furniture was covered. However Art Furniture is now no longer a fixture of that field, but became independent as a new genre of art. As proof of this, at the international representative art fairs including the Design Miami, PAD London, and The Salon of Art and Design which was recently established in New York, etc. Art Furniture is becoming a showcase as the main pieces. Moreover, at the world’s major art market Sotheby’s, Christie’s, and Seoul Auction, Art Furniture’s position is more successfully becoming extended. At this point the analysis of the status and the cause on the non-boundary phenomena between art and design is inevitably required to understand the disposition of the public and to develop the domestic furniture industry. Thus, this paper purposes to present the new direction for that the domestic Art Furniture encompasses the two areas with satisfaction to the demands of the public by studying on the non-boundary phenomena between art and design in contemporary Art Furniture.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/29303
ISSN
1226-3109
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