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Using Third Space Theory to Understand Sonia Delaunay's Design Practice and to Facilitate Taiwan's New Cultural Identity

@inproceedings{Peng2008UsingTS,
  title={Using Third Space Theory to Understand Sonia Delaunay's Design Practice and to Facilitate Taiwan's New Cultural Identity},
  author={Li-Hsun Peng and Jeng-Jia Lou and Dai-Ling Duan},
  year={2008}
}
  • Li-Hsun Peng, Jeng-Jia Lou, Dai-Ling Duan
  • Published 2008
  • Geography
  • This study examines the neglected achievements of Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979), who contributed to art and design between the Wars in Europe (1919-1939). She established a model in the field of painting and fashion design. This paper employs postcolonialism, including hybridity, third space, and our understanding of Taiwanese history to show how Eastern elements inspired Delaunay’s works. In particular, this paper illustrates how Sonia Delaunay adopted Russian folkloric, Egyptian decorative… CONTINUE READING
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