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Visual Culture and Literacy, Week 18

by: Carole Boulware

Visual Culture and Literacy, Week 18 FACS 150

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Visual Culture and Literacy, Week 18
Visual Culture and Literacy I
Erin Silver
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Carole Boulware on Wednesday July 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FACS 150 at University of Southern California taught by Erin Silver in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Visual Culture and Literacy I in Art History at University of Southern California.


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Date Created: 07/20/16
Bauhaus Wednesday, October 28, 2015 Use of countries as propoganda Highlight of different industries Immediate (International) influence from Deutsher Werkbund Exhibition England, Switzerland Dramatic change in visual arts as a whole "realism with a socialist flavor" Reaction to the horrors of the war "Magic realism" Adolph Behne - started artists council 1918-1921 Response to workers and soldiers councils Anti-technological views Art and Industry Walter Gropius - Director of Academy of Fine Arts (Bauhaus) after Henry van de Velde New architecture of the school - more clean, streamlined Creating a new school of Architecture and applied art Belief that artistic culture was threatened by the materialism of industrial capitalism 1919 until 1933 - Nazi shutdown Textile workshop Director of workshop - Gunta Stolzl "Knotted Floor Carpet" 1923 Anni Albers "Wall Hanging" 1926 Women discouraged in other areas of art, so more women in textiles Johannes Itten - started the "GE" path Spiritual appearance - influenced by Kandisnky Capture the spirit of "things" Contemporary visual idiom - led to more practical use Lyonel Feininger "Oberweimar" 1921 Cubist, and gothic Gerhard Marchs Oskar Schlemmer "Bauhaus Stairway" 1932 Master of sculpture and theater Move away from organic form - systematic Move toward mechanized hand - artist as designer Karl Peter Rohl, "Design for the Bauhaus Signet: 1919 Oskar Schlemmer "Bauhaus Emblem" 1922 Joost Schmidt "Bauhaus exhibition poster" 1923 Both in design and architecture "Machine for living in"


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