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Journal of Visual Art and Design
ISSN : 23375795     EISSN : 23385480     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
Journal of Visual Art and Design welcomes full research articles in the area of Visual Art and Design from the following subject areas: Design History, Art History, Visual Culture, Design Methodology, Design Process, Design Discourse, Design and Culture, Sociology Design, Design Management, Art Critism, Anthropology of Art, Artifact Design, Industrial Design, Visual Communication Design, Photography, Interior Design, Craft, Architecture, Film, Multimedia, Creative Industry, Design Policy, and other historical, critical, cultural, psychological, educational and conceptual research in visual art and design. Publication History Formerly known as: ITB Journal of Visual Art and Design (2007 – 2012)
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Banana Bark as A Part of Acoustic Design Unit by Hybrid Technology Application Permanasari, Maharani Dian; Larasati, Dwinita; Widiawati, Dian
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 6, No 2 (2014)
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Banana bark is one of tropical indigenous natural resources that can be used as main material for many products. Being a fast-growing renewable material, it is durable and has natural patterns that people find visually attractive. Naturally, its textures and patterns are its main values; therefore it has the potential to be developed further. This research is needed to optimize the growth of small craft industries of banana bark, including the community where production activities take place, and also to provide information or reference of banana bark utilizations. Previous experiments conclude that banana bark has porous structure, high flexibility, relatively water-resistant due to its natural wax coating that resists water droplets, unless being washed down immensely. Also, due to its softwood- and paper-like properties, ithas many possibilities to be formed and processed into various functional products, mostly as craft products. In the subsequent study, the research about the utilization of banana bark in small industries starting from the harvesting system, handling problems in raw material supply, applying proper technology in improving the material’s quality, improving the human-resource working culture by appropriate technologies, and also innovating the product’s designs. The recommended designs can be implemented to improve the performance and qualities of banana bark products.
Ciri Visual Komik Strip Sunda Opat Madhab Setan dalam Majalah Manglé Kasmana, Kankan; Sihombing, Riama Maslan; Irfansyah, Irfansyah
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 6, No 2 (2014)
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Opat Madhab Setan, a comic strip published by Manglé; Sundanese news, literature, and culture magazine from March to December 1988 in 42 editions. The comic artist tries to depict Sundanese culture through a distinguished illustration in making up the visual elements by taking into account the compositions of societies and its value. The aims of this research are to discovering and comprehending the way Sundanese culture is represented. In addition, it is also meant to identify the visual criteria in the comic. The qualitative-content analysis is used to describe in details how the elements in particular story revealed through drawings and writings. Based on the analysis, it can be concluded that the comic Opat Madhab Setan has the characteristics of semi-realistic drawings, gestural, not detailed, untidy and inconsistent in its panel size, large font for its manual typography, dominated by normal balloons, interdependent joint panel, and peculiar sundanese onomatopoeic sound effects. The Sundanese culture is represented through stereotype characterization, physical illustration, gestures, facial expression, and background. Islam is illustrated as the belief system being adopted. The nature illustrated through the existence of the rice fields, daily use attributes, social interactions, belief, and the value of leadership among the sundanese society.
Perupaan dan Sinkronisasi Artefak Percandian Batujaya di Karawang, Jawa Barat dengan Borobudur di Jawa Tengah dan Mon-Dwarawati di Thailand Damayanti, Nuning; Adriati, Ira; Ramadina, Savitri Putri
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 6, No 2 (2014)
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Batujaya enshrinement complex is a remnant of ancient Buddhist monument, located in Kecamatan Batujaya and Kecamatan Pakisjaya, Karawang, West Java. The two development phases of Batujaya would open the possibility of different interpretations of visual style in Batujaya. Based on these results, it could be concluded that the Buddhist sect worshipped in Batujaya was Mahayana sect, characterized by votive tablets depicting bodhisattva and Budha. Comparison of visual style with the artifacts dating from Mon-Dvaravati period in Thailand region and Borobudur in Central Java indicated that Batujaya artifacts tend to have more naturalistic style similar to Dwarawati primarily onfacial profile compared to Borobudur style that was closer geographically. There are characteristics found in Batujaya statues, namely the tendency of eyes being distorted and gave the impression of bulging, and wide noses. There is some possibility that it was based on the physical feature of local people or the local beliefs of an ideal physique.
Hibriditas Medium pada Film Opera Jawa Karya Garin Nugroho sebagai Sebuah Dekonstruksi Belasunda, Riksa; Saidi, Acep Iwan; Sudjudi, Iman
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 6, No 2 (2014)
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In the midst of the ideas, concepts, messages, and aesthetics uniformity at national films, it is interesting to make Opera Jawa movie by Garin Nugroho the object of study. That is the reason why the study was conducted. The research was an effort to improve the audiences productive and active role in understanding and interpreting the subtitles by focusing on how to read the message and meaning through subtitles constructed by the diversity of the medium use. The study conducted with the postmodern aesthetic approach through semiotic method with descriptive interpretive technique dismantles the structure of the film code language through the analysis of narrative and dramatic structure-forming elements of the film. It deals with aspects such as non-verbal signs of visual elements and movement in the film shot. These elements are constructed by the medium expression choice of the filmmaker in delivering his message. The filmmaker delivers his criticism or satire through swerved meaning and medium exploration (medium hybridism). Through this film, Garin Nugroho deconstructed the figures, space, message and meaning, as well as the narrative of the epic Ramayana by Walmiki as a reference. It reflects gender issues, feminism, masculinity domination, class warfare, and capitalism.
Pengembangan Teknik Jahit Celup (Tritik) dengan Pola Geometris Titisari, Bintan; Kahdar, Kahfiati; Mutiaz, Intan Rizky
Journal of Visual Art and Design Vol 6, No 2 (2014)
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Resist stitch-dyeing, also known locally as tritik (lit. dots), is resist dye textile weaving technique. Tritik is a method to embellish white cloth by tacking, which is then dyed and removed. The motif is formed after the thread is removed. Tritik methods and techniques are less popular compared to batik or dyed ikat. It is, however, used in making sasirangan cloth, a traditional cloth from South Kalimantan, Indonesia. The stitching has always been done traditionally due to the lack of clear convention on stitching as a resist-media. Thus, development of motif designs is not in full capacity. Taking into consideration the above, this study is carried out to create new geometric patterns using tritik techniques. Qualitative experiment methods are used to obtain ideal stitching parameters, which could later be applied in creating geometric patterns. The use of geometric patterns creates more organized motifs but still showing blurry impression, a distinctive feature of tritik. The combination of gradual colouring and evenly-spaced tacking creates optical illusions on motifs (depth, direction, and motion). The motifs may be applied to fashion products by accentuating optical illusions to create silhouettes on women’s clothing.

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