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Abstract

Author(s): Ye?im Z├ťMR├ťT, Tu?├že Gamze E?E

From open lands to caves, adopting a sedentary life from nomadic life along with the Neolithic age, permanent
asylums have been built, these constructions, having increased, have formed villages and this period has continued until
today city formation.
During the period of modernization, special meanings which the house involves and the sentimental function
imposed to the house has given place to a standard architectural structure, “house”, together with the concepts such as
identity, belonging, memory which are facing extinction between the newly developed architectural methods and
technologies and constructions increasing, has been an alienated image left in memories. This image appears to us in the
fields of glass, painting, sculpture and literature in the works of artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, Herbert Stehle, Fleur
Schuell and Mary Bayard White.
Within the scope of the study, besides interdisciplinary art fields, the house theme has been reviewed over
sample works on how it has taken place sometimes as a form and sometimes as a concept in the aspects and strong
touches combining with the rich plastic values in ceramics.

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