Anthro 201 Art and Society The Japanese Lecture
Anthro 201 Art and Society The Japanese Lecture Anthropology 201
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Date Created: 10/12/15
TheJapanese Japanese aesthetics o quotthe essentially unique expression of spirituality in Japanquot Anderson 0 Kirei quotbeautyquot and quotcleanquot 0 Japanese arts Painting Printmaking Calligraphy Flower arrangement Sculpture Pottery Textiles Architecture 0 Japanese written language 00000000 0 Writing based on native and Chinese characters 0 Kanji based on Chinese characters 0 Kana Japanese characters 0 Two types of Kana o Hiragana personal communication and poetry 0 Katanana Emerged in Buddhist writings today used to write Western words 0 Three main in uences on Japanese art and aesthetics o Shintoism o Buddhism 0 Confucianism 0 Then the West Shintoism 0 Change and purity o Kami spirits o Origins of life in art 0 Landscapes still life animals 0 Realism o Spirits Buddhism 0 Arrived 8th century 0 Different types 0 Mandalas 0 Through art one can achieve enlightenment Amida buddhism o Amida Buddha of boundless light OOOOOnOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONOOOO For the masses Art to proselytize Genshin texts and paintings representing hell and paradise Realism re ects Shinto in uence en Buddhism 12th century Combined esoteric and Amida buddhism Enlightenment is obtained from within Order is achieved through unity of universe Important in shaping Japanese philosophy of art Transcendental naturalism and natural intuition All boundaries are illusory Beauty found in simplicity and perfection Much Japanese art since 13th century re ect Zen in uence Art is intuitive Scarceness No drama Metaphor tanka and haiku poetry Pe shab ty Flower arrangement ikebana Samurai arts sword making horsemanship swimming archery Martial arts Spiritual challenge Harmony Calm onfucianism Emerged around 6th century prominent in 16th century Secular matters Virtue generosity humanness oyaty courage politeness Strict class boundaries Temple construction literature paintings record keeping Japanese art OOOOO Four traits suggestion perishability irregularity simplicity Yugen emotional reaction Ephemeral Prime numbers and asymmetry Tea ceremony Japanese literature OOOOOOOO 7th C to present Both written in Chinese and Japanese characters Focus on ambiguity Subjective and colored by emotion Poetry lacks stress accent and does not rhyme Tanka and Haiku Invention of the novel Women writers Tanka example 0 O O O Dimly dimly The day breaks at Akashi Bay And in the morning mist My heart follows a vanishing ship 0 As it goes behind an island Japanese drama Kyogen folktales dancing singing Buddhist Shinto No or Noh oldest form based on allusions to plot Kabuki popular theater Bunraku puppet theater for adults Western in uence 0 Manga quotirresponsible picturesquot comics emerged during occupation 19451952 000000 0 Anime animated 0 form of manga 0 popular art
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