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FUTURISM IN ART

"We want to glorify war, the only cure for the world." A short presentation talking briefly about Italian Futurism in the early 1900's.
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Lindsey Foushee

on 6 March 2016

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Transcript of FUTURISM IN ART

FUTURISM
IN ART
take notes on a SKETCHBOOK PAGE
"we want to glorify war, the only cure for the world"
Armored Train in Action
by Gino Severini
LINE from the head, gun, and bullets to EXPLOSION OF COLOR....
creates a sense of unity and brotherhood, glorifying war.
- F. T.
Marinetti
FUTURISM
glorified scientific progress, speed, technology, the automobile, the airplane and industrial achievement.
Futurism is:
any artist, group or style, which is considered to be significantly ahead of the majority in its technique, subject matter, or application.
AVANT-GARDE
The Cyclist
by
Goncharova
FUTURISM also focused on a sense of MOVEMENT or MOTION.
FUTURISM
began in literature but spread to
every medium
, including
sculpture, industrial design, architecture, cinema and music.
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space
by
Umberto Boccioni
Born in
Italy in 1909
, FUTURISM ultimately "ceased to be an aesthetic force"
after WWI (1915)
.
Visual Qualities of
FUTURISM
:
Fragmented
forms, multiple viewpoints, and powerful
diagonals
are often present.
Forms
are
broken down
into
dots and stripes
capable of
depicting
the
glitter of light or the blur of high speed movement
.
Assignment
This is borrowed from NEO-CLASSICISM, which heavily influenced FUTURISM.
Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash

by
Giacomo Balla
Think of an action or movement for your mannequin to do. Trace the mannequin 5 times, making small adjustments each time.
Consider how the body would move while completing the action.

Giacomo Balla,
Abstract Speed + Sound,
1914
Criteria
5 overlapping body forms
use of color
fill the page, either with movement or energy waves
vibrant, bold colored pencil
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