Resim ve Müzik İlişkisinde Doğaçlama ve Renk
Shajari Aghdam, Yousef
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Music and art, known as independent branches of art, have been in a deep rooted relationship throughout history. This relationship continues to be even more pronounced today. This link can be taken from different angles. The closeness of painting and music can be explored in terms of perception-feeling, in the culture of different peoples from the scientific point of view or from anthropological point of view. In this thesis, with the strategy of moving from plastic arts to music, while investigating musical influences in visual arts, on the other hand new ways of using similar terms between two branches in applied works have been sought. In this context, the terms of color and improvisation, both of which play a very important role in both arts, are centered on the study. The reason for this approach is that I am influenced by Oriental art, especially Iranian art, which has a central place in improvisation and color painting and musical arts because of my identity, and on the other hand the importance of these terms in the present day. In the section on Improvisation, the main role of music was the arts, after examining examples from Japanese performing arts and Indian miniatures, the subject was followed in different branches of Iranian art. . Due to the restrictions imposed by religious beliefs in the history of Iranian art, music and arts have indirectly shot themselves out in other arts. The focal point of the division is the image and music relationship in the miniature directory inspired by Nizami-i Gencevi's Seven Body poetry book. In the second part, both experimental and rational aspects of painting and music are discussed in color, and various strategies of approach to painting and music in contemporary art are discussed. In the last part, some psychological and some experimental origins of the initiative of plastic arts related to music are explained. Among his works are the works of Nizami-i Gencevi, published in the Seven Body books and miniatures inspired by him. In addition, videotapes made of stop motion techniques have been put in place to emphasize the importance of time and motion concepts more clearly and to incorporate them in more concrete ways.