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International Journal of Social Sciences and Artistic Innovations

 IJSSAI 2022/03
Vol.2, Iss.1 : 41-44
Exploring Composition of Guizhou Miao and Buyi Batik Patterns Based on Social Psychology

Xiaobing Hu1*, Yingzhuo Li1, Yingshuang Hu1 and Fang Tong1
1Fine Art School, Anqing Normal University, Anqing246001, Anhui, China

Batik takes appropriate shape and pictogram as the main shape, and copies and abstracts natural objects with the color of rich national character. After a long historical development, it forms today's wonderful national folk art. Its production process is rich in ethnic characteristics and national traditions with rich composition, imagination, and uniqueness. Among them, the Miao and Buyi batik in Guizhou is a typical representative of dyeing and weaving technology in China. From the perspective of social psychology, the composition of batik is inseparable from people's stimulation of the response process, that is, batik is the corresponding psychological response of ethnic minority women by receiving the stimulation of external things (natural things), and putting this reaction into their behavior. Different forms of batik compositions reflect their pursuit and desire for a better life.

Keywords:  Batik, Composition, Stimulation-Reaction, Cultural Implication

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