Cilt 3, Sayı 7, Sayfalar 6 - 16 2017-04-30

NEW SIGNS AND SYMBOLS IN THE CHILDREN'S ARTISTIC EXPRESSION IN THE POST-INDUSTRIAL AGE

Bozena Supsakova [1]

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We have spent a number of recent years on a study and a detailed research of the child’s artistic expression on a large scale of samples. This entitles us to draw your attention to at least two very important moments. Everything created by children from the age of 1 to 2 up to approximately 15 years of age we can consider the child’s artistic expression. It can be expressed either by the non-geometric forms (a figure, house, tree, concrete scene) or also by the geometric abstract shapes (a circle, line, square, triangle and other polygons) which express the concrete value representation. Nowadays, modern information communication technologies have distinct influence on children and youth. Predominance of visual information over the verbal one is nowadays enhanced by the visual media and visual signs. In comparison with year 2000, young people, in their artistic expression, more and more prefer graphic symbols to verbal expressing. It is the result of onset of new communication technologies (e-mails, chatting, text messaging). A new phenomenon is that preschool, younger school and middle-school age do not his paintings now only on paper, usually leave signs and pavement markings or freely on the streets, in the sand, in nature or in digital form – computer or in a notebook. Also on the walls of buildings and concrete fences playgrounds. Young people make up the picture, leaving signs and symbols at all possible and available places - the trees, the external facades, internal walls of buildings, on school furniture. Pencil and chalk in which case confused with markers, paint, spray and other sharp instruments. Artistic expression becomes a durable, leave-on. Today, it is evident that the child’s artistic expression is influenced in the socio-cultural context, multi-medially and multi-culturally. It is changed also thanks to current trends in the fine arts. Children do not counter these changes, they gradually use new means of expression, change the content and the way of portraying.
new signs and symbols,children's artistic expression,post-industrial age,picture creation in the socio-cultural context
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APA Supsakova, B . (2017). NEW SIGNS AND SYMBOLS IN THE CHILDREN'S ARTISTIC EXPRESSION IN THE POST-INDUSTRIAL AGE. International E-Journal of Advances in Education, 3 (7), 6-16. DOI: 10.18768/ijaedu.309744
MLA Supsakova, B . "NEW SIGNS AND SYMBOLS IN THE CHILDREN'S ARTISTIC EXPRESSION IN THE POST-INDUSTRIAL AGE". International E-Journal of Advances in Education 3 (2017): 6-16 <http://ijaedu.ocerintjournals.org/issue/28950/309744>
Chicago Supsakova, B . "NEW SIGNS AND SYMBOLS IN THE CHILDREN'S ARTISTIC EXPRESSION IN THE POST-INDUSTRIAL AGE". International E-Journal of Advances in Education 3 (2017): 6-16
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