Bauhaus Issue 1 Artist

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C O V E R   S T O R Y : The artist at the Bauhaus

  • The artist as generalist: „WE MUST APPROACH THIS GENERALLY“ - Why artists make the best teachers of architecture and what generalism means to the Bauhaus is revealed by TORSTEN BLUME
  • The artist as programmer: KURT KRANZ: ALPHABET - CHRISTIAN HILLER spells out the visionary oeuvre of the Bauhaus student, advertising designer and pioneer of serial art, Kurt Kranz
  • The artist as researcher: BLURRING STRUCTURES - With his preliminary course, Josef Albers set the foundations for a parameter-governed design, which today is more topical than ever. By ANDREAS KÜHNLEIN
  • The artist as pedagogue: (online) EXPERIMENTATION, NOT REPLICATION - OLIVER BARKER about the teacher Josef Albers and the concept of his preliminary course – a case sui generis
  • The artist as teacher: THE IMPOSSIBILITY To TEACH ART - In Bern, researchers CHRISTINE HOPFENGART and MICHAEL BAUMGARTNER are analysing Paul Klee’s lecture notes
  • The artist as curator: EXHIBITION AS ARTWORK - Spaces as artistic project – KAI-UWE HEMKEN looks at avant-garde exhibition spaces and shows what turns an artist into a curator
  • The artist as aesthetician: THE COMMUNICATING VESSELS - Aesthetics within perception, art and politics. Artist OLAF NICOLAI on the Bauhaus myth and a lasting impact on his worldview
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ISBN13/Barcode 9783940064189
ISBN10 3940064181
Binding Paperback
Date Published 2012-11-19 00:00:00
Pages 148