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현대사회의 ‘중독(Addiction)’현상에서 나타나는 공허 및 인간소외 심리에 대한 시각 표현 연구

Title
현대사회의 ‘중독(Addiction)’현상에서 나타나는 공허 및 인간소외 심리에 대한 시각 표현 연구
Other Titles
A Study of Visual Communication: Psychological Emptiness and Human Alienation Through Modern Age ‘Addiction’ : Based on the Principle of Pattern Repetition and Applied Research
Authors
이승희
Issue Date
2015
Department/Major
대학원 디자인학부시각디자인전공
Publisher
이화여자대학교 대학원
Degree
Master
Advisors
김인성
Abstract
인간의 본질인 관계(Relationship)하고자 하는 욕구 때문에 역설적으로 인간은 외로움과 소외됨, 공허함을 느낀다. 특히 현대의 인간은 심리적 불안을 해소하기 위해 명품, 컴퓨터(게임, 스마트폰), 권력 등 다양한 행위요소에 중독되고, 정체성이 모호해져 인간관계에 탐닉하고 있다. 그러나 인간관계에 의해 공허해지고 소외된 심리는 다시 물질에 몰입하는 중독에 이르고, 인간과의 관계중독에 더 집중하는 연속적이고, 반복적인 부작용에서 벗어나지 못하고 있다. 예술은 인간의 가시적인 모습과 고민을 작품으로 표현하는 노력을 멈추지 않는다. 본고는 현대인의 중독(Addiction)현상, 특히 관계중독(Relationship Addiction)에 초점을 맞추어 그로인한 인간의 공허하고 소외된 심리를 반복적이고, 연속적인 표현으로 시각화 한다. 본인의 선행 작품 <하이 루이비통(Hi Louis Vuitton)>는 명품중독을, <삶<컴퓨터>는 컴퓨터(게임)중독을, 은 권력중독을 반복적이고 연속적인 시각표현 방법으로 묘사하고 있다. 작품은 분화와 진화를 거듭하여 작품 <네트워크(Network)>는 끊임없이 관계를 맺고자 하는 관계에 중독되어 오히려 소외된 현대인들의 습성을, 정체성을 상실하고, 분열된 자아를 가질 수밖에 없는 상황을 <분열(Rift)>로, 관계에 연속적으로 중독되고 소외, 고립되는 현대인을 작품 <고립(Isolation)>에서 마지막으로 관계중독에 의해 정체성을 잃어가는 외롭고 소외된 현대인의 모습을 작품 <정체성(Identity)>을 통해 표현하였다. 관객은 작품을 통해 자신의 자각(自覺)으로만이 문제를 극복할 수 있다는 사실을 인지한다.;Relationships, which are an essential part of human existence and happiness, are ironically also causing feelings of emptiness and alienation. People in this modern age who are addicted to various behavioral elements, such as luxury goods, computers (games, smart phones), and power, use these in order to relieve psychological anxiety and feelings of identity loss. In other words, when one’s identity becomes vague or alienated, they become more obsessed with human relationships. Furthermore, one’s psyche, alienated in their obsession, becomes addicted again to the various behavioral elements as a repeated adverse effect of relationships, once again creating feelings of empitness and alienation, thus repeating the cycle all over again. Art relentlessly strives to express the visible appearances and conflicts of human beings. This study is not only focused on the fact that addiction and alienation are essential and inevitable problems, but also on their artistic value. The adverse cycle that addiction and alienation present is visualized as an artwork. Prior to the final project, I experimented with early trials of Addiciton and its effects through the use of pattern repetition in these intitial projects. Visualized Nazism in relation to the theme of luxury addiction, depicts strength in numbers through blind obedience and uniformity. realistically depicts the pattern-image of modernized society unable to live without digital media, i.e. computers and smartphones, without the use of metaphors or conceptualization. , which expresses power addiction, demonstrates the human habit of constant comparison and the desire to move up the ladder through endless competition. The four main installations that follow are presented as an expression of the psychological emptiness and human alienation created by relationship addiction. demonstrates the habit of modern people to establish lasting relationships, in the form of a connected multitude, displayed lying down in a coffin. In relation to this, -in pixelated form- defines the event in which modern people experience identity loss through a fragmented-self, due to a vast multitude of relationships. The second-part installation,, which was developed off of the first-part installation, and, depicts modern people who are continuously addicted to relationships with others thus repeatedly alienating themselves. In relation to , symbolizes modern people whose self-identity becomes torn as a result of relationship addiction and identity loss. In other words, human beings are addicted to networks in order to establish relationships, through which their self-identity becomes torn, resulting in identity loss. These installations are meant to be seen as a connected whole. Their collective design, through the process of repetition, depicts various patterns that create a larger scheme. It is the intention of these installations to give the audience a message through visual-impact. This study is focused on emptiness, alienation and the obsessive compulsion to alleviate the feelings of anxiety, stress and disquiet associated with human relationships. Its focus is to analyze various behavioral addictions as a consequence of psychological stress created by relationships among people in urban environments. The goal is to help the audience understand that they can solve these problems through self-awareness obtained from these installations. These are shown visually in various aspects, and awaken the audience’s consciousness through visual stimulation. This research demonstrates the effort of the installations to deliver this message by removing analytical elements and adding to their artistic purity. The future plan is to develop new expressive methods, and to create more installations based on previous ones.
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