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Transgressive reconstruction of art: challenge to educational system of the universities with focus on art

Chzhen In

Post-graduate student, the department of Oral Culture, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University

142714, Russia, Moskovskaya oblast', der. Misailovo, ul. Prigorodnoe Shosse, 3, kv. 268

ying83@inbox.ru
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Kryukova Ol'ga Sergeevna

Doctor of Philology

Professor, the department of Oral Culture, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University

125009, Russia, Moskovskaya oblast', g. Moscow, ul. B. Nikitskaya, 3, of. 1

olya.kryukova.74@list.ru

DOI:

10.7256/2454-0757.2019.4.29383

Review date:

29-03-2019


Publish date:

05-05-2019


Abstract: This article examines such aspects of the topic as the integration of innovative technologies of the augmented and virtual reality into art. Transgression is viewed from the two perspectives – the convergence of art and its reconstruction. The approach towards to teaching young talents in the fields of cinematography, theatre, design, choreography, and others undergoes critical changes. This poses a pressing issue for the Russian system of education and pedagogues, which implies the use of new technologies in educational process. The creative projects of the students demonstrate that the key directions contain the use of VR and AR technologies for creating design; VR technologies for filmmaking; VR and AR technologies for inventing virtual museums; AR technologies as the elements for choreographing. The article is based on the experiment in form of questionnaire and the analysis of student works, conducted among 550 fourth-year students of art disciplines (Interior Design, Film and TV Direction, History of Art, Choreography) in three different universities. The author concludes that the analyzed projects set the trend for the development of the new direction in terms of student dramaturgy – design with the use of AR technologies, which suggests the replacement of classical decorations with graphics. The realization of such project is currently impossible on the basis of educational establishment of the respondents due to insufficient funding and technical capabilities.


Keywords: Theater education, Art reconstruction, Convergent art, Cross-border art, New technologies, Vr-Cinematography, Virtual reality, Augmented reality, Innovative technologies, Students
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