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The Use of Digital Capabilities in Art Works of Resin to Consolidate Islamic Identity

Shatha Brahim Alasqha

Department of Art Education, College of Education, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Nourah Fahad Al Sager

Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, King Faisal University, Al-Ahsa, Saudi Arabia

 

Doi : https://doi.org/10.47011/13.1.3

Cited by : Jordan Journal of the Arts, 13 (1) (2020) 33-45

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Received on: 15/1/2019                                          Accepted on: 27/8/2019

 Abstract:

This study aims at rooting the Islamic identity by utilizing the potential of Modern digital art and using it in the art of resin. This contributes to the discovery of new data that enrich modern art production. by emphasizing the value of Islamic identity through works of art. The researchers reached a number of important results. They found that the Islamic identity has the ability to keep pace with contemporary arts in various areas, including modern digital art. They also showed the possibility of integrating digital art with resin to produce art in an aesthetic and contemporary fashion. The study also reached a number of recommendations, including the need to link the Islamic identity more deeply with contemporary art to produce art with authentic Islamic artistic values, and in a unique way that demonstrates our identity and heritage in its proper form and meaning.

Keywords:

Islamic Identity, Art, Digital Art, Resin.

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