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Form and Function of Padas Stone Crafts in Globalization Era at Singapadu Village, Gianyar

I Ketut, Muka Form and Function of Padas Stone Crafts in Globalization Era at Singapadu Village, Gianyar. In: Bali Bhuwana Waskita.

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The form and function of the padas stone crafts nowadays have developed rapidly. This is marked by the emergence of various types of padas stone crafts with different forms, functions and techniques for the realization adopting semi-modern techniques so enrich the repertoire of Balinese cultural arts particularly and in Indonesia generally. The forms and functions of the padas stone craft is very popular and in demand by consumers, which is the production of artisans from Singapadu Village, Gianyar. The padas stone crafts have a function, style and aesthetic impression that are different from the traditional padas stone crafts in other areas. Crafts are created as a result of the influence of globalization, giving birth to forms and functions of padas stone crafts that are very varied and innovative. This has a positive impact not only on the craftsmen, but more broadly, on the domestic and local consumer communities, which are used as interior and exterior decorations in the form of sculptures, garden lamps, flower pots and reliefs of flora fauna as wall decorations and sketches. Padas stone crafts created by young artisans who have artistic talents in Singapadu Village generally contain various functions, including: creative, economic, aesthetic functions, and functions of cultural change. The method used to analyze the problem was using qualitative, deconstruction theory, and postmodern aesthetic theory. This paper can be used as a medium of learning by art institutions, both secondary and tertiary institutions, as well as as a reference for researchers in conducting further research, so that the knowledge of padas stone crafts in Indonesia is increasingly known.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: A General Works > AI Indexes (General)
Divisions: Faculty > Fine Arts and Design Faculty > fsrd
Depositing User: Penerbitan ISI Denpasar
Date Deposited: 11 Feb 2022 04:12
Last Modified: 11 Feb 2022 04:12

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