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People, Places and Things: A Lesson in line, shape, form and color based on the art of Friedensreich Hundertwasser
Transcript of People, Places and Things: A Lesson in line, shape, form and color based on the art of Friedensreich Hundertwasser
(or Peaceland Hundred Waters) ( Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser was born in a country called Austria on December 15, 1928. Hundredwasser started off as a young artist at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, the capitol of Austria. Hundredwasser hated how
buildings in Austria were
all squares and straight lines So he started to draw
buildings that were
more like the natural
world around him He imagined a world where people lived in peace with the plants and the land they lived on In Hundertwassers world, plants and people lived together in harmony. In his vision, trees and people
would live together and share
space which was colorful and
unique, each one having their
own style of window and door
with no two being exactly alike. One day, some important people in
Austria decided to let him try out his vision, and hired an architecht to make his
dream buildings real... Now, all over Austria, there are buildings
which Hundertwasser imagined housing
real people and real trees. If you were going to make
a house or a city like Hunrdretwasser, how would
you build it? How would you
make room for color and the
natural world? This is your chance to find
out! Let's try and make the
most colorful, earth friendly
houses and cities we can imagine!
The lines are just as
wonderful as all the other
lines I cross, traced by all
the other people.
I ride around people and
obstacles. I am happy at
last to be in harmony and
in contact with the others. I have a bicycle. Paris
is big. I want to say that
the lines I draw with my
bicycle through this great
city are extraordinary. These lines, for which I need
many hours, and which form
an enormous circle by the time
I come back and which make
me tired, are more beautiful,
more genuine, and more
justified than those I could
draw on paper. Houses are our third skin...
the house must be a living,
organic unity which goes
on developing and constantly