>you are the ignorant one
Bauhaus style =forced simplicity + abstract form with no relationship to nature + Art history & solutions of past ages rejected ((("rejection of all traditional IDEAS")))
+no ornamentation+ focus on industrial mass production
Bauhaus was the idea of "ART" & aesthetics that the globalist created in order to pimp soulless industrial products to the masses who were used to the idea of traditional art & aesthetics.To reject thousand years of art history & tradition , the solutions invented by artists of past ages , to remove the idea of beauty from nature & to place the idea of manufactured beauty onto machine made products is forced simplicity & ignorance pushed to max.
Bauhaus & contemporary art claims to give more freedom to artists,freedom from conformity of tradition & history, to provide a medium to express individuality otherwise suppressed by common traditions passed down by previous generations & rules of art invented by artists of the past.
You should ask yourself how does being ignorant of history & tradition give you freedom? How can the artist express his opinions,ideas & emotions without having the ability to communicate ?
The rules of art & design invented by artists of the past past passed down through generations give artists the ability to communicate his opinions,ideas & emotions.Without this ability all that the artist produces becomes noise with some progressive rhetoric attached to it (rejecting tradition = progress) .
This processes of passing down of knowledge through generations represents the natural evolution of art and design & the corruption or subversion of this process is destruction of knowledge.
"A laid-back greybeard professor interrupted to inform me, What do you mean? All of us here draw very well. Words failed me
At the end of the talk, I showed them how to do a basic walk, and as a result got mobbed at the exit, the kids pleading desperately for me to teach them more. I escaped, but I'm afraid that's what the situation is out there — a lack of any formal training and no one to pass on the 'knowledge'.
You don't know what you don't know.
I harangued the deans of the art schools for failing in their duty to provide proper skills to their students. Surprisingly, when I finished, the deans called an emergency meeting to which I was invited. 'Look Mr. Williams,' they said, 'you're right, but we have two problems. Number one: since classical drawing was rejected years ago, we have no trained teachers who can draw or teach conventional drawing as they never learned it themselves. And number two: our mostly rich students — on whom we count for our funding — don't want to learn to draw. They would rather decorate themselves as living works of art — and that's exactly what they do.''
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