This paper is based on a practice-led research project and includes the demonstration of video art. It investigates how East Asian traditions of landscape art can be understood through reference to the condition of Western contemporary visual culture. Proceeding from Chinese thought and aesthetics the traditional concept of landscape painting 'Shan-Shui-Hua' is recreated in modern digital visualisation practice to explore form and question linear perspective that aims to represent realistic space.
- The Arts, English and Drama
Published inEVA 2008: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference
Pages27 - 34
CitationBOLEWSKI, C., 2008. 'Shan-Shui-Hua' - traditional Chinese landscape painting reinterpreted as moving digital visualisation. IN: Dunn, S. ... et al (eds). EVA London 2008: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference Proceedings, London, UK, 22-24 July 2008, pp.27-34.
PublisherBCS: The Chartered Institute for IT © The author
VersionAM (Accepted Manuscript)
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NotesThis is a conference paper. It appears here with the permission of EVA London. The definitive published version is available at https://ewic.bcs.org/content/ConWebDoc/20586.
LocationThe British Computer Society London