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15 Million Minutes of Fame
In the midst of an era of hypermedial networking, art is also undergoing a fundamental change. Classical drama and analog performances will not simply disappear in the future—but social networks are already revolutionizing the definition of the stage. A look at the workshop of “reality art” and its efforts to act in the spirit of the Bauhaus.
Classes by Paul Klee
“Art does not reproduce the visible but makes it visible.” This maxim was behind Paul Klee’s personal theory of colour and form, which was a fundamental component of the preliminary course.
Classes by Wassily Kandinsky
The relationship between colours and shapes played a pivotal role in Kandinsky’s ideas and the way he taught art. The assigment of the primary colours to basic geometrical forms derived from Kandinsky's colour and form theory.
Although the Bauhaus did not see itself as an art school in the traditional sense, great importance was attached to the fine arts. Under Hannes Meyer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, however, their influence was increasingly marginalised.
Classes by Oskar Schlemmer
By 1928 Schlemmer had developed his course on “the human being”, which broke down into a formal, a biological and a philosophical section.
Crafting the Mental Space
Jessica Brillhart is an American filmmaker. She was a part of the virtual reality team at Google and is internationally known for her contribution to the theory and practice of VR. A conversation about meditation in mental spaces, the perception of the futre and radical experimentation.