In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

221 I n d e x abstraction, 22–23, 26, 36–37, 183n4 Adamson, Glenn: Thinking through Craft, xxi, xxv adaptability, 68–70, 77, 197n78; and media, 167; and weaving, 174 advertising/marketing, 123, 124, 126; and designer recognition, 120, 122, 124, 126–27; photography for, 79, 81, 88, 105, 108, 110; writing for, 9, xxxi–xxxii, 9, 44–45, 49, 60, 62, 77 AfK (Arbeitsrat für Kunst; Work Council for Art), 10–11 agency, 36–37 Albers, Anni, xiv–xv, xix–xx, xxiii, xxix, xxxi, xxxiii, 39, 44–49, 133, 141–74; Ancient Writing, 146–47; “Art—A Constant,” 161; art and craft in work of, 3; at Bauhaus, 45; “Bauhaus Weaving,” xvii–xviii, 44– 45; at Black Mountain College, xiii, 141, 144, 161, 163, 212n1, 215n53; Code (tapestry), 147–48; “Design: Anonymous and Timeless,” 158; on education, 157–62; Epitaph (tapestry ), 170, 171; and Josef, 154–55; on material, 145, 152; on medium, 143, 151–52, 156–57, 160–62; On Designing, xiii, xxxiv, 142, 149, 150, 156–57, 163; On Weaving, xiii, xxxiv, 143, 163, 166, 168, 169, 171; and Peruvian artifacts, xxiii, 147, 149, 167, 168; “The Pliable Plane: Textiles in Architecture,” xxvi; soundproofing and light-reflective fabric, 81, 102, 212n1; on weaving’s feminine role, xxvi–xxvii; “Wohnökonomie ,” 46, 72–74; “Work with Material,” 144; and writing, 44–49, 141–74 Albers, Josef, 43, 73, 80, 109, 162; ancient textiles, xxiii, 147, 149, 167, 168, 169; and Anni, 154–55; on color, 155–56; Interaction of Color, 155; and translation, 144 anonymity: and authorship, 126–28; and Bauhaus, 121–28; and consumer , 113; and feminization, 128– 35; and industry, 128; and textiles, 112, 120–25, 129–35. See also author /authorship; recognition applied arts, xiv, xxiii–xxiv, xxviii, xxix, 6, 13, 37, 43, 47, 61, 77, 181n60, 192n12 architecture, 11, 55, 57, 68; and anonymity of textiles, 129; as art, xxi, 13; and authorship, 120, 127; and household, 71–72; Internationale Architektur (exhibition), 43; and modernism, 116; Neues Bauen (New Architecture), 41, 55–56, 70–71; and play, 195n42; and sculpture , 179n45; and textiles, 198n86; and weaving, 102–4, 120, 141–42; weaving more modern, 69; and women’s movement, 71–76. See also form; functionalism Arndt, Gertrud, 49–51; carpet at Bauhaus , 42 art: and anonymity, 128–29; architecture as, xxi, 13; and authorship, 127–28; categories of, 13–14; and craft, xx–xxii, xxv, 7; criticism, 143, 153; and education, 160; and expressionism , 19; and feminization, xxviii–xxix; fiber, 171; and gender, 13–14, 36; Gropius on, 7–10, 12–13; history, xx, 32–33; and individuality , 128; and industry, 19, 160; internal necessity, 20–24; and labor, 38, 172; manual vs. intellectual, xxi, xxv; paper vs. textiles, 3; specificity of, xxiv–xxv; and tactility, 84; and 222 I n d e x textiles, 33, 172; visual arts, 9. See also applied arts; architecture; expressionism ; painting; photography; textiles; weaving artists’ collective, 8. See also collective Arts and Crafts, xvii, xxi, 8–9 author/authorship: and anonymity, 126– 28; and architecture, 120, 127; and art, 127–28; and Bauhaus label, 122–23; collectivity or individuality, 125–28; and medium, 136; and painting, 127, 134, 136; and patents, 138; and recognition , 118–21; subjectivity of, 112–18; and textiles, 134, 136; and writing, 136. See also anonymity; recognition; theory; writing Bauhaus: and anonymity, 121–28; art-craft unity at, xiv, xvii; collectivity or individuality at, 125–28; corporate status of, 124–26; in Dessau, 63; director’s room, 42; economic pressure on, xiv, 10, 43, 56; expressionism at, 19; functionalism at, 41–44, 55–61, 63; history, closure of, 141; history, early instability at, 7–14; industrial aspirations of, 41–43, 45, 65; label, 122–23; as medieval guild, 8–9, 11, 15, 29, 47; Moholy-Nagy joins, 41; photography at, 88, 105, 197n78; reputation of, xxxi; revolt against Muche at, 65; students of weaving, xxix; and tactility, 93, 96; Vorkurs (basic course) curriculum at, 8, 13–16, 93; weaving as afterthought at, xviii; women’s class, xvii, 76; writing at, xxxi–xxxii Bauhaus-Siedelung (Determann), 12 Bauhaus Webt (catalog), 122 bauhaus zeitschrift für gestaltung (magazine ), 67, 79, 80, 81, 87–88, 90, 106–7, 109, 134; and photography, 105–10 Baumhoff, Anja, xviii, xxvii, 3; on craft, 13–14; on feminine status of weaving, 3; on gender roles, 76; The Gendered World of the Bauhaus, 128–29 Bayer, Herbert, 107 Bayer-Hecht, Irene, 105 Beese, Lotte, xxix, 105 Behne, Adolf, 43...

pdf

Additional Information

ISBN
9781452943237
Print ISBN
9780816687244
MARC Record
OCLC
894894578
Pages
272
Launched on MUSE
2015-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
N
Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.