Kajian Semiotika Ornamen Dan Ragam Hias Austronesia Pada Arsitektur Tradisional Nusantara

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Doni Fireza
Adli Nadia

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Ornament and decorative arts of Nusantara traditional architecture are works of art originating from Austronesian culture. Besides functioning as decoration, it is also as a bearer of meaningful traditional messages in a sign system. How its existence and development as a visual language from the point of view of semiotics is interesting to study. This paper examines the relationships between signs in the system of sign contained in the ornament and decorative arts of Nusantara traditional architecture. The discussion includes; (1) analysis of the triadic relation from sign systems of the ornaments and decorative arts, (2) analysis of the pragmatic relations of the visual works and the way they work in the system of sign as visual language, and (3) diachronic analysis of the formand function of the ornaments and decorative arts in the system of sign. The result obtained is a form of appreciation of the art tradition which revealed the existence of the Nusantara traditional architectural ornament and decorative art as a sign of cultural evolution and the media for conveying messages from traditional customs.

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Fireza, D., & Nadia, A. (2020). Kajian Semiotika Ornamen Dan Ragam Hias Austronesia Pada Arsitektur Tradisional Nusantara. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 9(2), 183–198. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v9i2.338
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Doni Fireza, Universitas Agung Podomoro

Dosen Program Studi Arsitektur

Adli Nadia, Universitas Agung Podomoro

Program Studi Arsitektur

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