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‘DALIMA’ AS AN INSPIRATION, CONCEPT AND AESTSHETIC EXPRESSION OF CIREBON CULTURE

Husen , Hendriyana (2013) ‘DALIMA’ AS AN INSPIRATION, CONCEPT AND AESTSHETIC EXPRESSION OF CIREBON CULTURE. Mudra (JURNAL SENI BUDAYA), 28 (1). p. 1. ISSN 0854-3461

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    Abstract

    ‘Dalima’ is part of Cirebon Royal Cultural work which has symbolistic, idioplastic and visioplastic comprehension. In the ideoplastic domain, it metaphorically reflects Surat Al-Ikhlas. Etymologically, it is a combination of the letters ‘dal’ and the number ‘lima’. In the visioplastic domain, it is adopted on the artifacts such as Delima motive, Liman temple, Liman motive and Paksi Naga Liman Carriage. Attempting to analyze its symbol and meaning means attempting to identify its implied values and the relation between the implied values to its people’s cultural system and expression, especially the pattern of the creative tradition of art. Several aspects which influence it need to be holistically and deeply explored. In relation to that, the phenomenological (visual) qualitative method with interdisciplinary approach was used in the study. The visual phenomenon related to the historical aspect was synchronically and diachronically analyzed in order to reveal the relevant understanding of the religious-cultural behavior of the Cirebon community. Transformational approach especially the one which is related to the form of the morphology of the artifacts was employed to analyze it diachronically. Keyword: The phenomenon of visual, symbolic expression, and religious culture

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
    Divisions: Publication Unit > Journal > Mudra Journal
    Depositing User: Admin
    Date Deposited: 07 Jun 2013 12:27
    Last Modified: 07 Jun 2013 12:27
    URI: http://repo.isi-dps.ac.id/id/eprint/1655

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