Title Memes from Major Figures in Space Magazine Texts Analyzed from the Perspective of Meme Theory
Authors 양완석(Yang, Wan-Seok) ; 서유진(Seo, Eu-gene)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2020.36.9.79
Page pp.79-87
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Meme; Meme Theory; Architectural Discourse; Discouse Analysis; Korean Contemporary Architecture
Abstract The purpose of this study was to measure and observe Memes of people in Korean modern architectural discourse. After extracting Memes from the text of ‘SPACE’ magazines, network analysis was used with the Memes which were obtained. As a result, the five most eminent people in the SPACE magazine discourse texts were Le Corbuiser, Mies Van der Rohe, Louis Kahn, Kim Soo geun and Gilles Deleuze, and the Meme pattern for each character is as follows. Le Corbuiser : ‘Modernism’ Memes were most exuded, and it was found that both thought and work had a lot of influence. Also, from the 1960s until recently, Memes have consistently been released the most. Mies Van der Rohe : ‘Modernism’ Memes were most exuded, and it was found that both thought and work had a lot of influence. Among ‘Modernism’, the ‘Minimalism' Meme took the majority. Many memes had been released before 2010, but since 2010, the number has decreased significantly. Louis Khan : Various Memes were released evenly, led by 'Phenomenology' and 'Sense of Place'. Both thought and work were found to have a great influence. Since its appearance in the 1980s, it has been consistently emitting a lot. Kim Swoo Geun : There were many Memes about personal relationships, not thoughts or philosophies. Also, from the death of Kim Swoo Geun to the mid-90s, many Memes have been released for several years and since then, little has been released. Gill Deleuze : Many memes in philosophy, not architecture, were released. Since its appearance in the late 1990s, it has often been released.