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I am Robot. The Image of a Cyborg as a Source for Creating a Women’s Clothing Collection

Student: Madina Turaeva

Supervisor: Tatiana Rivchun

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Design (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The birth of the first robot design is marked by early dates back to the time of Leonardo da Vinisci. According to the researchers, the artist is the founder of the original idea of creating a mechanism, which was used by modern developers when creating automatons-robots. With the growing popularization of the science fiction genre, the image of a humanoid robot is gradually emerging in literature, which is further cultivated in the cinema. Thе image is reflected in related areas of art: from photography to the fashion industry. There are different opinions about why a human seeks to create a humanoid robot. Philosophy refers us to popular myths and religious beliefs, according to which such a need is the basis of our consciousness, since man was created by the "supreme creator". From the development scientists' point of view, people realized their limited capabilities, and the need for robots with human abilities became an obvious fact. This project proposal covers the topic of communication and ways of self-expression in the work of various artists, where a robot was used as the basis for their work. Present work aims to create an author's collection based on the analysis of visual culture and creative works of various artists, where the image of the robot became the starting point of the real creative project.

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