"The artist constructs a new symbol with his brush. This symbol is not a recognizable form of anything which is already finished, already made, already existing in the world - it is a symbol of a new world, which is being built upon and which exists by way of people."
Constructivists forgets all old school belief and changes it focus from traditional art to composition and construction. Objects were to be created not in order to express beauty, or the artist's outlook, or to represent the world, but to show out a fundamental analysis of the materials and forms of art, one which might lead to the design of functional objects. Constructivist art often aimed to demonstrate how materials behaved it is intreseted in simplisity of connections between different properties hard ,soft ,solid, rigid ... ets.
GILBERT and GEORGE
her to adopt a technique of weaving copper and iron wire into complex and intricate artworks designed to hang from the ceiling.
HUT ON SLEDS
Crosson Clarker Carnachan
PAUL LE QUERNEC
tennis club in strasbourg
JAMES LAW CYBERTECTURE
concrete waterpipes squeeze
HYBRID SPACE LAB
OLSON SUNDBERG KUNDIG ALLEN ARCHITECTS
Relax: Wooden Cabin on Wheels
“The Evolving Room: Inhabiting Zero Wasted Space.”
"Suprematism has advanced the ultimate tip of the visual pyramid of perspective into infinity.... We see that Suprematism has swept away from the plane the illusions of two-dimensional planimetric space, the illusions of three-dimensional perspective space, and has created the ultimate illusion of irrational space, with its infinite extensibility into the background and foreground."
The Suprematists interest in abstraction started in a search for the 'zero degree' of painting, the point beyond which the medium could not go without stoping to be art. This encouraged the use of very simple motifs, since they best articulated the shape and flat surface of the canvases on which they were painted. It also encouraged many Suprematists to emphasize the surface texture of the paint on canvas, this texture being another essential quality of the medium of painting. Though much Suprematist art can seem highly austere and serious, there was a strong tone of absurdism running through the movement. Suprematist abstract painting was aiming to remove the real world entirely and leave the viewer to contemplate what kind of picture of the world is offered by, for instance, a Black Square (1915).
PAUL LE QUERNECL
Cultural Center in Mulhouse
Turning around, you can see the lights and sunshine of ANGELIN (Conception, 2009 - Edition Constance Guisset Studio, 2017), a gorgeous design with simple materials.
Three triangles fold
THE SYSTEM LAB
Hyundai Museum of Kids books and art
GEORGE BRADFORD SMITH