他者に開かわた経験としての美術:全ての領域に繋がる美術教育の可能性に向けて [in Japanese] Art as a Two-Way Communication:For the Possibility of Art Education as a Basis of All Human Activities [in Japanese]
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In this article, establishing oneself and expanding one's view of the world as a result of encountering the “foreigner” is characterized as a two-way communication. Based on my previous article entitled “Consideration of the Exterior World-“Stranger” in M. Duchamp and the Scribbling of a Child”, this article investigates it with specific reference to woodcarving class in high school art education. Subsequently, attention is focused on drawing class for kindergarten children aged 4 in order to provide further insight into the positional superiority of the “learner”, as the “foreigner”, over the “teacher” and art education as the dialogue between the “learner” and the “teacher”. In addition, the article suggests that art education, fostering creativity derived from a two-way communication, can serve as a basis of all human activities.
- Bijutsu Kyouiku
Bijutsu Kyouiku 2009(292), 34-41, 2009
ART EDUCATION SCIETY OF JAPAN