TEACHING POSITIONS REGARDING THE BINOMIAL TRADITION/MODERNITY
Through its focus, Bauhaus is seen as the school for the classics. Its timelessness comes from an intense process of reduction. From designs, philosophies and forms that distilled so clearly and rigorously that they have been capable of resist through the test of time. Formal reduction of objects, passion for geometry, disappearance of superfluous details…Bauhaus was more than an insurrection against ornamentation and excess: it was a liberating strength that reintegrated design with its roots. Colour, shape, scale: Bauhaus discovered the historical geometry of the aesthetic. Once the dust of centuries swept, forms of eternal coherence came up to this new generation of artists and craftworkers. Pure, reduced, classic: Bauhaus describes an archaic aesthetic that appeared more than one century ago. In this way, modernity never was a trend but a tradition defined by the rediscovery and the reconsideration of true values.
This theme encourages the different studies of the academic domain to think about and to raise the different positions regarding this binomial from the teaching innovation, theory and practice, to training for industrial revolution society versus training for digital society.
Do we need to visualize the links of each of these two universes to put out values, skills, competitions and tools of new pedagogy in design?
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