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Title: Полифункциональность артефактов изобразительной деятельности первобытного человека (педагогический аспект)
Other Titles: Multifunctionality of Prehistoric Fine Arts Artifacts (Pedagogical Aspect)
Authors: Шип, Сергій Васильович
Shyp, Serhii, Vasylovych
Keywords: первобытное искусство
изобразительный артефакт
художественное образование
prehistoric art
pictorial artifact
art education
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: СумДПУ імені А. С. Макаренка
Citation: Шип, С. В. Полифункциональность артефактов изобразительной деятельности первобытного человека (педагогический аспект) [Текст] / С. В. Шип // Актуальні питання мистецької освіти та виховання : збірник наукових праць / Міністерство освіти і науки України, Сумський державний педагогічний ун-т ім. А. С. Макаренка ; редкол.: Г. Ю. Ніколаї, А. Валюха, Н. П. Гуральник [та ін.]. – Суми : ВВП «Мрія», 2016. – Вип. 1 (7). – С. 30–40.
Abstract: В статье характеризуется первобытное изобразительное искусство с точки зрения его культурных функций, определяется понятие полифункциональности изобразительного артефакта и намечаются некоторые положения методики изучения искусства первобытного человека в системах общего и специального образования.
Task of given clause – to characterize primitive fine art from the point of view of its cultural functions, to define concept “artifacts multifunctionality” and to plan some points of a technique of prehistoric art’s studying in systems of general and professional education. The author comes to the following conclusions: 1. All objects concerning sphere of art, are characterized as multifunctional. 2. Artifacts of primitive culture, related with sphere of art, differ by an extremely wide spectrum of cultural applicabilities, in which, besides gnostic, communicative, psychodelic and other functions, quite often especially utilitarian function (industrial information, identification mark, calendar, plan of district etc.) is found out. 3. The aesthetic function, as immanent property of anyone work related with art, not always dominates in primitive creativity. The modern recipient in many cases does not receive aesthetic impressions from samples of prehistoric art. 4. The sense of primitive artifacts is also a great problem for modern reception. In one cases the modern recipient can clearly «read» the sense of images and sympathetically perceives an expression of primitive products. In other cases the lack of knowledge about meanings of figures and contexts of their use does not allow the modern man to understand the sense of primitive artifacts. 5. It is necessary to distinguish the methodical positions in studying of primitive art in general and specially educational institutes. At schools and other general educational institutes it is expedient to present most clear and aesthetically attractive artifacts of prehistoric epoch. It is advisable to emphasize their brightest features: kinetism, syncretism and extreme wide multifunctionality. At high school, in particular during the future teachers of aesthetic cycle training, it is expedient to consider the samples of primitive art in a context of general problems of art’s theory and history. In particular, the analysis of primitive fine art allows the students to comprehend functional aspect of art creativity, to learn the theory of genres and styles, to comprehend thin distinctions between aesthetic and expressive features of art phenomena, to master the techniques of hermeneutics analyse of art works.
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