A Study on Tactile Spatial Perception of Modern Ceramic Art Creation under Digital Technology

Jianhong Ren, Yueqing Cai


According to art historian Alois Riegl, “The tactile sense forms the foundational underpinning of the perceptual process, providing essential support to the sense of vision.” This sensory modality represents the most “primordial” means through which individuals engage with and comprehend the world. In the contemporary digital age, modern ceramists have embarked on an exploration of an extended spectrum of tactile sensations within the realm of ceramic art, thus entering into uncharted realms of creative expression. This exploration has transitioned from an exclusive focus on physical tactile sensations to the incorporation of diverse virtual tactile experiences. The fundamental objective of this study is to probe into the influence of digital technology on the perceptual dimensions of tactile engagement within the domain of pottery creation. This investigation centers on a comprehensive analysis of the utilization of digital technology tools and their impact on the creative encounters of pottery artists who harness these technologies in their craft.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/sssr.v4n4p63


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