Visual Culture and Literacy, Week 18
Visual Culture and Literacy, Week 18 FACS 150
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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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