Category: Humanities – Aesthetics, Design


Introduction to the Study of the Non-Image

Based on contemporary cultural studies, it is intended to develop the concept of the Non-Image which corresponds to the new iconography derived from the post-modern spaces known as non places, an image that only exists to be read in a predetermined way and refers to an ideal activity; a multiple but “meaningless” image. Within this


On the Power of the ‘Non-Complete’: Through Architectural Descriptions in Literature

Power, in architecture, is established by the preference for completion, stability, and unified objects and concepts. Reality, rather paradoxically, suggests partiality and discontinuity of space, experience, and conciseness. Unity, harmony, and finality compose the values according to which architecture is, traditionally, exercising its power. Fragmentary, ambiguity, ruin-ness, and infinity – are referred to as Non-complete


The Power of the Public in Remaking the Space: Reflections from Istanbul’s Gezi

The public space is the legitimate platform to present power – the ability to make a difference in the world; thus the paper attempts to question the power of public in remaking the urban space through the reflections from Istanbul’s Gezi Park. Gezi Park is located within the boundaries of Taksim, which is the cultural


Visual Communication on Cross Cultural Folktale (Case Study: Indonesian and Korean Folktale)

Cultural become a reflection from a state or a country. The effort from a community to defend cultural with all its way, once through how the smallest environment in organization community as a family. Korean and Indonesian are Asian countries which have a lot of thing of difference and also commons ways at its culture.