One flash of insight, one clever invention, and we will all be redeemed. The rulers of the world have always documented their existence by way of colossal buildings. The structure referenced certain features of temples, such as the long flights of steps leading to the raised entrance, while the large glass dome offered the nuance of gothic cathedrals and ancient glass iconography. The fact that pain and injuries are so rare on Pallas that they are remembered by only the oldest living beings, might be an echo of Neo-Darwinist understanding of nature not so brutally based on one species exterminating another.
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Coloured glass destroys all hatred at last.
Perhaps Scheerbart is right, and if they could have constructed in glass rather than being technologically limited to stone, perhaps they would have done so.
The new environment, which architfcture thus create, must bring us a new culture. He composed aphoristic poems about glass for the Taut's Glass Pavilion at the Werkbund Exhibition No, I cannot choose a favourite.
Glass is commonly associated with the presumed rationalism of modern architecture. At this time he was in financial difficulties. Desert culture on a grand scale.
Paul Scheerbart - Wikipedia
My interest in Scheerbart is schwerbart there might be a parallel possibility where glass is not about seeing through the structure, but rather about how it provides illumination. Jonathan Cruz marked it as to-read Dec 23, Indeed, one common doomsday scenario envisions the evolution of deadly superbacteria, thanks to the overuse of antibiotics.
Scheerbart saw scheerbar opposite. As is generally known, it is only in the twentieth century, according to our accounting sxheerbart time, that microscopic study of the photographic plates provided by the great astronomical observatories has begun to yield some results…This much is already certain: These are exotic speculations, but they extrapolate a mood of profound anxiety about the future that is shared by just about everyone in the twenty-first century.
If he went on and on about glass scheefbart, perpetual motion. Episodenfisch rated it really liked it Feb 05, Scheerbart often reads like an apocalyptic mystic out of the Middle Ages who was somehow transported to the age of railroads and telegraphs.
What happens in this book is fairly straightforward, if bizarre. The wealth of colored glass is bound to give nature another hue, as if a new light were shed over the entire natural world. Our hope was to encourage new translations and further scholarship on him.
Just communities, just cities, Just connections between country and city. Taut and Scheerbart died before they had the opportunity to write their own history like other architects of the period. My research is about one such forgotten character, left behind by the scheerbaart movement in its written history: Refresh and try again. Feb 04, K.
Says Benjamin, instead of accumulating experiences or wisdom, societies so affected by technology spend all their time filtering continuous, discrete bits of disconnected information, distracted in their reaction to rapidly changing social structures.
Paul Scheerbart and his Glass Utopia - Andrea Gibbons
Thinking recently about why art museums matter got me thinking about works of art and architecture that evoke a sense of reverence. We must not strive to increase the intensity of light—today it is already scheerbarrt strong and no longer endurable.
Same line drawing on each page, but could color each one differently….
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The Martians clearly have them, as evidenced by the canals visible on their planet. Very few of Scheerbart's works have been translated into English.
Bruno Taut’s Glass Architecture
The use of primary sources in Architecutre and their translation to English was crucial to shed light on a less published and architectrue author such as Paul Scheerbart.
He returns again and again to the idea that existence—our own, or those of aliens on other planets—can be transformed into a paradise inhabited by beings who are like gods. They can vanish as quickly as they came. It is generally known that the aeronauts would like to take over the night.