The Aesthetics of Lumia Art in Contemporary Textile Arts, An Analytical Study


  • Azizah Abdulaziz Mohammd Saqr Shaqra University/Kingdom of Saudi Arabia



lumia art, textile arts, contemporary, Installation Art, Performing Art


The research (The Aesthetics of Lumia Art in Contemporary Textile Arts: An Analytical Study) included four chapters, the first to explain the research problem summarized by the question: Does the art of Lumia achieve aesthetic values in contemporary textile arts?, and aims to: Identify the aesthetics of Lumia art and its applied uses in contemporary textile arts, within the time period (2013-2022). The third chapter included: research procedures and sample analysis (4) models according to the descriptive analytical approach, and the fourth chapter dealt with: results, conclusions and recommendations as well as sources.


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How to Cite

The Aesthetics of Lumia Art in Contemporary Textile Arts, An Analytical Study. (2023). Al-Academy , 110, 159-178.

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