Vision in motion : the complexities of time, space and motion experienced in the artwork and practice of len lye and laszlo moholy-nagy
Vision in Motion is a lasting theoretical proposal left by one of Modernism's great artists - Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Operating as an account of the curriculum for The Institute of Design, which he founded in Chicago, Vision in Motion proposes a democratic vision of self-expression, one that emphasises the necessity of integrating art with life. His proposal that we learn to utilise all our sensory capacities and to see everything in relationship, emphasises simultaneity and motion through the...[Show more]
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