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Forma morskih lupin v kiparstvu
Bregar, Tamara (Author), Bratuša, Mirko (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Kemperl, Metoda (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Morska lupina človeka spremlja skozi celotno zgodovino. Tekom časa se je njen pomen spreminjal in doživljal različne preobrazbe. V prvih civilizacijah je morska lupina imela dvojno funkcijo; služila je namreč za plačilno sredstvo, na drugem bregu pa je imela tudi duhovno-simbolni pomen, saj so jo uporabljali v verskih obredih. Na to nakazujejo najdbe morskih lupin v templjih in grobovih. Opaziti je mogoče vzporednice med prvimi civilizacijami in simbolnim pomenom morske lupine, čeprav so bile geografsko te civilizacije ločene. Duhovno-simbolni pomen morske lupine se je ohranjal vse do 19. stoletja, ko je gospodarski razvoj izpodrinil duhovno komponento človeškega čutenja. V sodobni umetnosti pa je morska lupina začela ponovno pridobivati na pomembnosti. Umetniki v iskanju odgovora na duhovne težnje opazovalca ponovno posegajo po motivu morske lupine in jo transformirajo v večplasten objekt sporočilnosti, ki kljubuje času.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:morska lupina
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2016
COBISS.SI-ID:11173705 This link opens in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Shell form in sculpture
Abstract:
The sea shell accompanies man throuout history. Its meaning had metamorfed and changed during time. In first civilizations the sea shell had a dualistic function, it has served as a monetary meaning, on the other side it had significant spiritual role as it had been used in religious rituals. The thessis is supported by arheological finds in graves and temples. Also there are parallels betwen first civilizations and simbilical meaning of the shell despite their geographical alienation. The spiritual meaning of the sea shell kept its meaning until the 19. century when economical advances swept aside religious component of man. In moderen art the sea shell got a second wind of attention. Artists in search of the answer for spiritual desires of observer started to use the sea shell once again and trasform it in multi layerd object that oposes time.

Keywords:shell

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