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意境的英文

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發表於 16 April 2007 - 03:49 PM

中國的國畫講求意境

意境這字該怎麼翻

看了字典

FRAME OF MIND

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啊 還有 剛剛論文寫到的 完全沒有頭緒該怎麼表達

就是國畫裡的 '' 留白 '' 這個有沒有精確一點的字辭 或是 漂亮的短句可以形容

因為我用英文會很白話的闡釋舉例這個''留白'' 但是需要給個有點意境的英文

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發表於 17 April 2007 - 10:38 AM

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因為我用英文會很白話的闡釋舉例這個''留白''
How? Can you illustrate your interpretation of the idea ''留白'' through plain English?

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發表於 17 April 2007 - 01:29 PM

我個人覺得意境這個字用mood來解釋意思差不多。

留白則跟設計概念中的negative space是一樣的原理。
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發表於 18 April 2007 - 10:47 AM

oops, pushed the wrong button. :20: sorry!

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發表於 18 April 2007 - 10:39 PM

state of mind :laugh:
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發表於 19 April 2007 - 08:38 AM

Which term does a better job in reflecting the essence of the idea of "意境" when put into actual use?

The quiet mood of the negative space in this Chinese landscape painting accentuates and constrasts dramatically with the vitality of birds flopping around and chirpping in the midst of blooming flowers.


The quiet state of mind of the negative space in this Chinese landscape painting accentuates and constrasts dramatically with the vitality of birds flopping around and chirpping in the midst of blooming flowers.


The quiet frame of mind of the negative space in this Chinese landscape painting accentuates and constrasts dramatically with the vitality of birds flopping around and chirpping in the midst of blooming flowers.


I am not sure if "state of mind" or "frame of mind" can be attributed to 'negative space' of a Chinese painting because to do so would require the 'negative space' to have a mind of its own!!! Perhaps these two terms can be used to reflect the observer of the painting, i.e. what is his/her 'frame' or 'state' of mind when attempting to perceive and interpret the 'negative space' of a painting.

The word "mood" is a bit tricky, but more descriptive of at least one aspect of the idea of "意境", i.e. the evocation of some kind of emotion. So the "visual absence" of colours (well, "white" is technically a colour as well, isn't it :11: ) creates some mental and emotional effect which was perhaps intended by the painter.

I think it is difficult to 'explicate' the idea of "意境" in concrete language because its connotation of boundless, elusiveness and all-encompassing may be lost once you attempt to name it in an 'equivalent' word. It is probably better to left it unsaid and tacit or give interpretation at the moment notice rather than creating a structure of words to grasp its character. Hence, my proposal for the original poster to illustrate his/her interpretation of the idea ''留白'' through plain English. Perhaps the interpretation can do the job without resorting to use of word(s).

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