Journal of Arts and Social ScienceVol 6 No 1 (2021)
We are extremely excited to announce our IDEALOGY JOURNAL, Journal of Arts and Social Science for its 6th volume and 1st issue. The journal allows academicians to publish interventions and viewpoints on arts and social sciences field that are interest to the academic community and are likely to spark a vibrant discussion among the journal's readers about various perspectives. The close relationship with Indonesia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh and other countries has been invested. As a result of which, we received outstanding quality papers of research.
Contemporary research questions in arts and social sciences have been a great strength of the journal. Thus, we believe this is the best place for these five researchers to share their thought with us through their writing. We appreciate it and look forward to continuing to be your platform for submitting your research paper. We welcome submissions from researchers with a variety of theoretical and analytical methods, including detailed qualitative and quantitative analysis, in the broad field of art and social sciences.
The first paper in this issue investigates the effects of patterns and types of communications on husband and wife self- esteemed, focusing on a case study among local authorities in Johor Bharu, Malaysia. The results reveal that the communication patterns of spouses have played a role in the significant integrity. Surprisingly, the findings of the study show that contact patterns, rather than communication styles, have a substantial impact on husband and wife esteem. Spouses can overcome the inevitable issues that exist in their relationship through communication.
Next, the second issue explores the effect of Colonial architecture on local culture through glass sculpture. The approaches use to observe the design are critical self-reflection and workshop experimentation. According to the findings of the investigation, adaptation style, eclectic, and art deco are three architectural styles that inspired commercial buildings and shop house.
The third paper of this issue entitled ‘Studio project on the sculpture entitled retrospection and prodigy series. This article discusses the process of sculpture that applies via the studio-based research method of which the study has integrated data investigation, progression of idea, fabrication of artwork and art criticism. Furthermore, to incorporate the critical issue in the sculpture, the studio project investigated the sculptor’s centre of discussion that has been used in the phenomenological study approach.
The fourth paper of this issue discovers printmaking techniques that focuses on incising metal surfaces such as copper, steel or zinc plate. By using intaglio technique in producing printmaking artworks, that includes etching, dry point or even mezzotint approach, the only thing that matters is the development of form through the understanding of lights and dark which leads to the exploration of value in art and design.
The final paper addresses how technological innovation has revolutionized the education landscape, resulting in the introduction of Online Distance Learning (ODL) at the tertiary level to meet the demands of different groups of individuals. This article described how Online Distance Learning (ODL) was implemented in the teaching and learning (T & L) process of the Graphic Design Field at a Malaysian Tertiary Institution. The findings revealed the challenges and how it can be used to enhance the implementation of ODL in the relevant field of study in the future.
As we were aware at the first issue, a journal needs commitment, not only from editors but also from editorial boards and the contributors. Without the support of our editorial boards we would not dare to start and continue. Special thanks, also, go to the contributors of the journal for their trust, patience and timely revisions. We continue welcome article submissions in all fields of arts and social sciences.
Associate Professor Dr Muhamad Abdul Aziz Ab Gani
Mr. Mohammad Hafiz Yahaya,
Mrs. Nurul Shima Taharuddin,
Mrs. Haslinda Md Nazri,
Mr. Muhammad Redza Rosman,
Mr. Ishak Ramli,
Mr. Nizar Nazrin,
Mr. Asrul Nizuan Ariffin
We are delighted to present the sixth volume of this scholarly publication, Journal of Arts and Social Sciences. This journal covers a wide range of arts and social science topics, from theoretical aspects to application-dependent studies and the validation of new technologies in the arts. This journal is created to serve the growing needs of arts and social science as an evolving and critical field. It aims to become a voice of the arts and social science community, addressing researchers and practitioners in fields ranging from arts to applied arts, from design to technology in design, from humanity to social science, presenting verifiable arts methods, findings, and solutions.
We hope the readers are making frequent use of this valuable resource and are finding it helpful in their art and design practice. We hope that this journal serves to stimulate a robust understanding of art and design as well as social sciences with the long-term aim of improving the community. The Journal is intended as a forum for practitioners and researchers to share arts techniques and solutions in the area, to identify new issues and to shape future directions for research. We believe that high-quality research conducted concurrently with arts transactions can disseminate many opportunities, including the facilitation of theoretical foundations and the application of the arts to everyday life in the masses.
Associate Professor Dr Muhamad Abdul Aziz Ab Gani
Journal of Arts and Social ScienceVol 5 No 2 (2020)
This issue of idealogy discusses on the topic of arts and the social science. In social science it is very important to have a combination of different discipline to ensure the survival of knowledge. By combining knowledge from different fields, it could produce new innovation that could lead to solutions to many important problems or issues. Hence Idealogy is a platform for many fields of knowledge to share research findings as well as literatures
Special Issue : 476 : Independent Photography2020
“There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.”
— Robert Frank
The purpose of this article is to acknowledge all my degree student in EAD 476
Independent Photography subject. From the Robert Frank’s quotes, I believe that
making an image based on their own independent craftsmanship has brought us to
the perspective of difference world, giving us the story of their enthusiasm in
photography. Defining photography was all about how a person approach their
subject, and illustrated it using their medium, either analogue or digital, to become an
artwork, or the other word, a masterpiece.
They respectfully go in depth to get more information about wherever and whatever
their trying to capture, even though the story behind the scenes was indescribable,
but still they manage to design their artwork and create a very informative research
report during their time making photography. Photography, on another words, for me
is not just about looking, but it’s involved feeling. Looking around for your subject
matter, either indoor or outdoor, if you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re
never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.
When they are taking a photograph, it is a part of their research, and furthermore, it
is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place
which maybe neither of us never been, and in addition, of course they are giving the
opportunity to the audients to follow and be a part of their significance journey. They
are trying to express their own thoughts in all the photograph so that we not only can
appreciate it, but to understand it. I’ve found that they independently looking to go
beyond the boundaries of their creativity, and it has big influence to do with the
things they see and everything to do with the way they see them.
Nevertheless, in the end, the fascination about photography has not gone away,
especially over the last couple of decades photography has become a much more
reflective medium. As a result, the continuities are as striking as the ruptures. I really
hope that these generation can preserve and give much more in image making so
that we can made photography’s past more available to us and in greater richness
than ever before, now and in the future.
Introduction of Art CultureVol 1 No 1 (2016)
1st Edition of IDEALOGY journal is published because of the relationship that has been developed between the Institut Seni Budaya Indonesia (SBI), Bandung, Indonesia with Universiti Teknologi MARA Cawangan Perak, Kampus Seri Iskandar. Therefore, the theme is more focusing on the art and culture from both country. This released are molded with the context of contemporary art and culture and the occurrence of cross discipline discussion in various areas and departments from both universities and the state.
IDEALOGY keluaran pertama ini adalah hasil dari hubungan kerjasama yang telah terhasil diantara Institut Seni Budaya Indonesia (ISBI), Bandung, Indonesia dengan Universiti Teknologi MARA Cawangan Perak, Kampus Seri Iskandar. Oleh itu, temanya lebih menfokuskan kepada kesenian serta kebudayaan yang terdapat dari dua Negara ini. Perbincangan ilmiah dalam keluaran ini juga berpaksikan konteks seni dan budaya setempat kontemporari di mana dalam masa yang sama berlakunya perbincangan secara cross discipline pelbagai bidang dan jabatan oleh kedua universiti dan Negara.
Art, Design & CultureVol 1 No 2 (2016)
2nd Edition of IDEALOGY journal is published the discussing about art and culture from two different countries; Malaysia and Indonesia. The collaborator researcher shared their in-depth description of the symbolic and the semiotic of games, performances, art, building design, exterior and interior design. This released are maintain with the context of contemporary art and culture and the occurrence of cross discipline discussion in various areas and departments from both universities and the state within single platform.
Pada isu kedua ini, artikel-artikel di dalam IDEALOGY lebih bersifat perbincangan sekitar seni dan budaya yang terdapat di kedua Negara Malaysia dan Indonesia. Huraian mendalam tentang simbolik serta semiotik terhadap permainan, persembahan, karya seni, reka bentuk bangunan, reka bentuk luaran dan dalaman telah dikongsi. Malah dalam IDEALOGY pada isu ini telah menunjukkan bahawa belaku pertukaran disiplin (cross discipline) yang begitu ketara di mana artikel dua Negara dan budaya yang berbeza telah disatukan dalam satu platform.
Art, Design & CivilizationVol 2 No 1 (2017)
3rd Edition of IDEALOGY journal is published the article that produced by multiple authors from different universities and state but in the same field. IDEALOGY at this time has broaden the definitions of art and design into civilization which cover various fields.
Pada platform IDEALOGY isu kali ini sudah berlaku penghasilan artikel bersama iaitu satu artikel dihasilkan oleh dua penulis yang berlainan universiti dan Negara dalam bidang yang sama. Malah, terdapat artikel dari fakulti serta bidang yang berlainan dan ini selari dengan tema IDEALOGY pada kali ini yang telah dibesarkan definisinya dari seni dan reka bentuk kepada peradaban yang mencakupi pelbagai bidang
CIVILIZATION = art + design + cultureVol 2 No 2 (2017)
4th Edition of IDEALOGY journal is published the discussing about art, design culture in various area. The collaborator researcher shared their in-depth description of the improvement of civilization in Asean
Pada isu kedua ini, artikel-artikel di dalam IDEALOGY lebih bersifat perbincangan sekitar seni, rekabentuk, dan budaya dari pelbagai sumber. Huraian mendalam berkaitan pertumbuhan sivil di Asia Tenggara
Art + Design + Culture = CIVILIZATIONVol 3 No 1 (2018)
5th Edition of IDEALOGY journal is continue published the discussing about art, design culture in various area. The collaborator researcher shared their in-depth description of the improvement of civilization in Asean
Pada isu kelima ini, artikel-artikel di dalam IDEALOGY lebih bersifat perbincangan sekitar seni, rekabentuk, dan budaya dari pelbagai sumber. Huraian mendalam berkaitan pertumbuhan sivil di Asia Tenggara
Idealogy 6 : art + innovation+creativity = art-techVol 3 No 2 (2018)
Idealogy 6 billingual journal that are discussing about culture, art, design , technology, creativity and iart & design nnovation. There are also discussion about islamic art , political accountability, influence and art scene.
Idealogy Aicad Langkawi 2018 (Special Issue)Vol 3 No 3 (2018)Vol 3 No 3 (2018): Art + Design + Culture = CIVILIZATION
AICAD LANGKAWI 2018 (Special Issue)
7th Edition of IDEALOGY journal is continue published the discussing about art, design culture in various area. This special edition focus on AICAD (Asian International Conference of Art & Design) events in Langkawi. The events take places on October 2018. The collaborator researcher shared their in-depth description of the improvement of civilization in Asean.
STILL (A)LIVE: Special Edition Fine Art Depertment UiTM Perak Art ExhibitionVol 4 No 1 (2019)
This 8th Edition of IDEALOGY journal is continue published the discussing about art, design and culture in various area. This special edition focus several issue in Art. The writings in this issue reflect the artworks in the exhibition title STILL (A) LIVE organized by Department of Fine Art, Faculty of Art & Design, UiTM Perak. The collaborator researcher shared their in-depth description of the improvement of civilization in Asean.
EXPANDING THE DIVERSITY OF INTERCULTURAL EASTERN ART & DESIGNVol 5 No 1 (2020)
In this eight publication of IDEALOGY we can see studies and findings that are more CROSS DISCIPLINARY and CROSS CULTURAL that expand beyond the country itself. The focus for the theme this time is "Expanding The Diversity of Intercultural Eastern Art & Design" that expands cultural aspects of Asian countries which among many emphasizes on eastern cultures and styles.