Presentation on theme: "Compositions [D]: variabler og koefficienter - fra kontur til kant II institut for arkitektur og æstetik arkitektskolen Århus cc 01.03.06 revideret 07.03.07."— Presentation transcript:
compositions [D]: variabler og koefficienter - fra kontur til kant II institut for arkitektur og æstetik arkitektskolen Århus cc 01.03.06 revideret 07.03.07
“The act of proposing and creating architecture Rearranging mass to create void – Inhabit the void with elements – structuralize and organize the void in relation to context” cc
1.Teknikker - definitioner 2.eksempler anvendte teknikker i kunsten 1.Eksempler forestillinger af skabelsen af arkitektur og anvendt i arkitektur
collage – A picture or design created by adhering such basically flat elements as newspaper, wallpaper, printed text and illustrations, photographs, cloth, string, etc., to a flat surface, when the result becomes three-dimensional, and might also be called a relief sculpture / construction / assemblage. Most of the elements adhered in producing most collages are "found" materials. Introduced by the Cubist artists, this process was widely used by artists who followed, and is a familiar technique in contemporary art. "Collage" was originally a French word, derived from the word coller, meaning "to paste."
montage – photomontage A single pictorial composition made by juxtaposing or overlapping many pictures or designs. The art or process of making such a composition. Also, a rapid succession of different images or shots in a movie.
relief sculpture – A type of sculpture in which form projects from a background. There are three degrees or types of relief: high, low, and sunken. In high relief, the forms stand far out from the background. In low relief (best known as bas-relief), they are shallow. In sunken relief, also called hollow or intaglio; the backgrounds are not cut back and the points in highest relief are level with the original surface of the material being carved.
assemblage sculpture – A three-dimensional composition made of various materials such as found objects, paper, wood, and textiles
2. eksempler anvendte teknikker i kunsten / SAMPLES OF TECHNIQUES APPLIED IN ART
Collage Fransk/french: coller, at lime, to paste
Fotomontage Kunstnerisk teknik, udsprunget af collagen Art technique, derived from collage
Hannah Höch on Dada Photo Montages Actually, we borrowed the idea from a trick of the official photographer of the Prussian army regiments. They used to have elaborate oleolithographed mounts, representing a group of uniformed men with a barracks or a landscape in the background, but with the faces cut out; in these mounts, the photographers then inserted photographic portraits of the faces of their customers, generally coloring them later by hand. But the aesthetic purpose, if any, of this very primitive kind of photo montage was to idealize reality, whereas the Dada photo monteur set out to give to something entirely unreal all the appearances of something real that had actually been photographed....
Our whole purpose was to integrate objects from the world of machines and industry in the world of art. Our typographical collages or montages set out to achieve this by imposing, on something which could only be produced by hand, the appearances of something that had been entirely composed by a machine; in an imaginative composition, we used to bring together elements borrowed form books, newspapers, posters, or leaflets, in an arrangement that no machine could yet compose.
Assemblage Fransk/ french: sammenføjning, sammenstilling / intertwine, bring together
(Relief in Relief) circa 1942-5 Kurt Schwitters
Salon des Independants 1 1910 af Vladimir Baranov-Rossine
“My aim is the total work of art (Gesamtkunstwerk), which combines all branches of art into an artistic work.... First I combined individual categories of art. I have pasted poems from words and sentences so as to produce a rhythmic design. I have on the other hand pasted up pictures and drawings so that sentences could be read in them. I have driven nails into pictures so as to produce a plastic relief apart from the pictorial quality of the paintings. I did so as to efface the boundaries between the arts. ” Kurt Schwitters
Kurt Schwitters, Hannover Merzbau the Cathedral of Erotic Misery
3. eksempler forestillinger og anvendelse i arkitektur: SAMPLES OF TECHNIQUES APPLIED IN ARCHITECTURE •collage – superimposering af tegn – typer -elementer •montage - juxtaposing - sammenstilling •relief – projektioner fra en baggrund •assemblage - bringe sammen - tredimensionel frembringelse.
1. Lygia CLARK 1964, 2. NOGUCHI, 1958 3. SORIANO and SANCHES