Malang Local Culture Expression: Interior Aesthetic Elements and Ceramic Art Creation


Malang local culture has various features and philosophical values. In this creative economics era, many things can be developed; in Malang, a typical aesthetic development is found in ceramic art creation which not only enriches local culture but also offers economic value. The creation process requires a method to factor these elements into the artwork idea. Following the initial idea and concept refinement, the next phase is visualization, shaping ceramic from clay to its firing procedure. This article discusses the creative process which evolved inspired by the figurative figure in the Garudea story. The story inspired the researcher to create a ceramic product. This creation is expected to enrich Malang ceramic varieties.

Keywords: ceramic art, creation, Malang

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