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Final Response :De Stijl

Post  Winchana Prucksananont on Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:42 pm

De Stijl is an art movement that also known as or Neo-Plasticism started in 1917 to 1931 by a Dutch painter, designer, writer, and propagandist name Theo van Doesburg. De Stijl expressed its simplicity and abstraction by composing a work using only straight horizontal and vertical lines also rectangular shapes and is limited to use only three primary colors which are red,blue,yellow and three primary values. The harmony of color and form creates construction of spiritual harmony. De Stijil means ‘The Style’ in English.


Neoplasticism with it’s used of rectangular shapes and straight lines have created the idea of “grid” which is very relevant to us now. This grid pattern is still relevant to us today as it’s now being used as the main principle of design in modern art and architecture. According to Krauss, “The grid plays an important role in modern art.” Grids have become an initial inspiration and relevant to modernism in many ways, especially we can notice from famous art piece as Piet Mondrian, Composition II in Red, Blue and Yellow in 1930. Its symmetrical and balance aesthetic of human express the result of these combinations naturally attractive.


I agree with many opinions. This art movement is an important key that leads to launching of architectural movement and designs that use grids as its aspect. According to Coulton, “De Stijl has had its greatest influence, however, on the evolution of modern architecture. For example, the Rietveld Schroder House by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld who was a Dutch furniture designer and architect. Also, he is famous for his Red and Blue Chair which the ornate and detail are omitted.


References

Rosalind Krauss. "Grids." October, (Summer 1979), pp: 50-64. Reprinted in The Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Modernist Myths. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1993.

Coulton, Brent. "The Influence of De Stijil." 12 Dec. 2011 <http://sites.google.com/site/bintphotobooks/destijl>.

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De Stijl response

Post  Ayuthai on Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:49 pm

De Stijl is an art movement known as "The Style" in Dutch, also known as Neo-plasticism.[1]
De Stijl was found in 1917 by Theo van Deosburg, a Dutch artist, praticing in painting, writing, poetry and architecture. The movement reduced painting to simple geometric shapes and lines combined with primary colors which are red, blue, yellow along with black and white color and also the use of space.The movement goal was to free up painting from recogninzable forms to create a world of harmony and order.[2]

According to Krauss "The grid plays an important role in modern art"[3]. The Grid is Generally a series of both vertical and horizontal lines combined together in a form of a column of rectangle. Even though, the notion of grid is just a simple lines but the real use of it is way more complex. The grid act as an invincible boundaries that can be used in many ways such as space organizing, planning, managing, and calculating. In modern world, the grid are use as a guiding tool in order to help the artist to measure, calculate, and create any shapes. In architecture, the designer used grid in order to design the both infrastructure and outside of a building and even used grid to design the interior.

reference
1.LaMar, Connelly. Global Art History. Fall 2011. De Stijl. Slideshow.
2."De Stijl Movement" http://www.abstract-art-explained.com/DeStijlMovement.html
3.Krauss, Rosalind. Grids. The MIT Press October, Vol.9 (Summer, 1979)

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Re: INDA - Final Response De Stijl - Kanin Sunthornsuk

Post  Kanin Sunthornsuk on Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:59 pm

De stijl means “ The Style “ in Dutch. but in Art and Architect world ,De Stijl represents an association of artists, architects and designers ,that was organized by Dutch painter, designer, writer and propagandist Theo van Doesburg, which is one of the major modern movements of the early twentieth century.that influene modernism and changed the world of design forever.

The De Stijl 's conceptual idea that influence the world of modernism was come from The Piet Mondrain‘s painting work simplified visual compositions to the the use of horizontal and vertical lines or grid system, and used only primary colors along with black and white was become the iconic and main idea to the De stijl group represented Simplification of composition.

Began with the creating neo-plastism art.Theo van Doesburg’s interest turn attention from painting to architecture.losing the boundaries between fine and applied arts became a fundamental idea amongst De Stijl members.

De Stijl art and design tremendously influence on the Bauhaus Style in Germany in the 1920s
Bauhaus to innovations to designing the simplified forms, the functionality, and the idea that mass-production was reconcilable with the individual artistic spirit creating into "Form follows function" idea.

I agree that The De stijl was successful to create the new era of modernism creating Simplification of composition form that influence the effect of life after the war and renewal of society. The idea also leaded to influence the democracy design in Bauhaus Creating honest piece of design by showing its beauty and obvious function,and Meet the inconsistency of economy during the war for people.The De Stijl began by the effect form the World war and end with recovery the World war.




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De Stijil response

Post  Praewpailin Srisangnam on Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:00 am

De Stijil or The style in English word, known as Neo-Plasticism or new plastic art is a Dutch artistic movement founded in 1917. De Stijil is also the name of the journal published by Theo van Doesburg, Dutch creative. This art movement expresses a new utopian ideal of spiritual harmony by pure abstraction.

It used only fundamental principles of geometry and straight line also uses primary color along with black and white, further more it also uses the relationships between positive and negative space in an arrangement of non-objectives.

According to Krauss, “The grid plays an important role in modern art.” Grids have become an important inspiration and pertinent to modernism in different ways, especially as we can see from many art works that grids are a guide to making art, especially in De Stijil movement. Not only the De Stijil but also in the Modernism Art movement that influenced by the De Stijil. Grids are still effect in many works.

Nowadays as the Grid become parts of our life, De Stijil is now a basic structure of architecture and urban designs, graphic and industrial designs.

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DE Stijl ja

Post  Natthakit Kangsadansenano on Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:02 am

De Stijl or The Style was a movement that founded by Dutch artist.The proponents of this movement tried to express a new utopian ideal of spiritual harmony and order via pure abstraction. Form and colour are the main thing to consideration. Make the art work look simple .In the slide show picture I have seen a lot of vertical line and horizontal line are 90 degree to each other.Using only primary colors. Theo van Doesburg is a founder of De Stijl. This guy make some typology that seem to be use by architecture nowadays. A grid is applied to a lot of city planning. Because it seem to be easy for people when looking a city plan on a map . Red and Blue Chair is a DE stijl furniture. DEstijl is influences a lot of architect nowadays.

This movement was after the Cubism. Great architecture Mies van der Rohe is the one who absorbing this movement idea too. Museums with large De Stijl collections are Gemenentemumuseum in the Hague , where many works by Rietveld and Van Doesburg are on display. De Stijl still live

A lot from the slide show
And some from a wikipedia

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De stijl Response

Post  Bunyapha on Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:03 am

De stijl, translated as “The Style”, was an art movement founded in 1917, by Dutch artists. It is also well known as Neo-plasticism. It was concentrated on a graphical simplicity by making a complex construction from main features. Similarly to grid, “the De Stijl essentials are on form and colors are the key concerns along with recti linearity of planes. (Lamar)” De stijl was a “new utopian ideal of spiritual harmony and order (Lamar)” The aim of the movement was to permit paintings from familiar forms to create a world of harmony on the canvas. The movement spread through town planning, fine arts, applied arts and philosophy. The De Stijl movement also published a magazine between 1917 and 1932 and provided and overview of the movement’s works and theories. (The De Stijl Movement, Art History Guide) De stijl is related to modernism, the relationship between them is laid in their concept and attitude. Modernism disallowed all of the decoration on the surface of the object. It obtains to focus more on the function and simplicity of an object, which is similar to the De Stijl. It is interesting that an art could be gorgeous with primary colors, uncomplicated shapes and only vertical and horizontal lines. It can be seen in an industrial design, for example, The Red and Blue Chair, designed in 1917. It was one of the first three-dimensional explorations of the De Stijl movement. Moreover, De stiji also appeared in modern architecture, such as rietveld Schroder house, by Gerrit Rieteveld. “De Stijl architecture follows an anti-cubic concept. Rather than attempting to fit all functional spatial cells together into a closed cube, you project them centrifugally from the center outwards. The Rietveld-Schroder House conforms to this concept with its balconies, overhanging surfaces, and glass windows that can open out.” (Design History, De stijl movement)

Reference
LaMar, Connelly, Global Art History. Fall 2011 De Stijl Slideshow.
“The De stijl Movement” http://www.arthistoryguide.com/De_Stijl.aspx
“Design history” http://designhistorymashup.blogspot.com

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Re: INDA - Final Response De Stijl

Post  Prapasri Khunakridatikarn on Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:08 am

De Stijl means “The Style” in Dutch found by Theo Van Doesburg. It is also known as Neo-Plasticism or new plastic art which continued from 1917-1931. This movement was formed by a group of architects and artists who were influenced by the idea of DaDa and also the idea of ideal society Utopian which was come up by Thomas Moore, a philosopher. In early 1920’s when the WWI started, artists were isolated. They have their own private practice. However, the styles of their works were quite in the same direction, which focuses on simplification of visual composition in vertical and horizontal. The color scheme that was used in art works is primary color along with neutral colors, which are black and white. Moreover, the use of simple geometric forms, positive and negative space and straight lines are also a fundamental of this style.

For example, the painting “Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue” by Piet Mondrain has the use of the primary colors red, yellow and blue and the straight lines in black which lie on canvas horizontally and vertically. The straight lines crosses one another appears to be a grid. Another example is “Arithmetic Composition” by Theo Van Doesburg. It is a painting of four squares that were rotated 45 degree lied diagonally from the upper corner left to the lower corner right.. The artist played with the repetition of the shape of the subject. However, he played with the size of the squares by using the principle of design “gradation” increasing the size of each square. The upper corner left is the smallest one. And the lower corner right is the largest one. The squares are all in black ,which is a positive space and the background is white, which is a negative space.

Grids are not only used in art works but also used in urban planning and architecture. In New York City, the city plan was planed to be in a grid. The grid helps people to find buildings easier. This way, people will never get lost even they don’t have GPS or Maps with them.

Reference
your Slide show
http://char.txa.cornell.edu/art/decart/destijl/decstijl.htm

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De Stijl

Post  Napat Neampinij on Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:14 am

De Stijl (Ducth) or in other words Neo- Plasticism or The Style. It is the movement that creates up by a group of architects and artists. De Stijl is the movement that came from some of the ideas of DaDa. The leader of this was Theo van Doesburg (architect) follow by Gerrit Rietveld and Piet Mondrian.These people play an important role to start De Stijl in 1917.

One of the piece of work of the De Stijl is the Schroeder house. A house which have it own unique style similar to modernism, along with all the design of furnitures and decoration in the house was create as De stijl. The styles of the design make use of simple geometric shapes, which relating to the grids. Not just the design which mainly use geometric shapes but also the colors for this which mostly be in primary colors and non-colors.

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Post  Pichaya on Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:37 am

De Stijl or "The Style" is an art movement highly relevant to modernism. An art movement that founded in 1917 by a group of Dutch artists also known as Neo-Plasticism,which is a form that uses color lines and immoderate components and the use of grids. This style uses straight lines, primary colors, and simple or geometric forms to create grids, which turns in to shapes like rectangles.

According to Krauss, “The grid plays an important role in modern art.” The Grid is Generally a series of both vertical and horizontal lines combined together in a form of a column of rectangles. The grid pattern also plays an important role in modern world in many ways such as building design or industrial design for example “The Red and Blue Chair” by Rietveld. A De Stijl picture represented a fragment of a larger project concerning space.

After all the grid is modern as itself, which is all basically De Stijl. De Stijl movement have become something that people can use it to adapt to the modern world now days.


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Final Re: De Stijl by Napone Chinwatanakit

Post  Napone on Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:40 am

After World War I there was a turning away from old forms and philosophies among architects and designers, just as there was among artists and writers. Many of the same abstract ideas came into play, as did ideas that incorporated the "machine" beauty of the new industrial age. In fact, one of the important trends of the 20th century would be the increasing parallels between even merging of art and design, which had been separated since the end of the renaissance.

The philosophy was based on functionalism, with a severe and doctrinaire insistence on the rectilinearity of the planes, which seem to slide across one another like sliding panels. All surface decoration except color was to be eliminated, and only pure primary hues, plus black and white were to be allowed.

The most important thing about this group was their ideas, since they managed to build very few of their designs. One important exception is Gerrit Rietveld's Schroeder House, which is the most complete realization of the de Stijl aesthetic. Not only the house, but also the furnishings and decoration were planned by Rietveld. In spite of the apparently small output of this group, they would be very influential on subsequent design styles.

The initial source of their ideas came from DaDa notions about dispensing with the pretentious elitist design beauty of the pre war era. Some of the early work of Frank Lloyd Wright, which had been published in Europe in 1910, influenced their notions about form. Japanese sources were also of significance, though these ideas may have been derived through the work of Wright.

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Pathawee's Final Response De Stijl

Post  Pathawee on Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:41 am

De stijl or "The Style", in Dutch, is an art movement founded by architect and painter Theo van Deosburg in 1917 (LaMar). De stijl is likely to be an aesthetic of art and principles. It used simple primary colors and straight lines, in horizontally and vertically ways, to create a feeling of interior spaces.

It is to be said that, "grid plays an important role in modern art" (Krauss). Grid is a system that people generally understand how it works. The idea is to create a relationship between spaces, by using simple geometric shapes and colors. However, the De Stijl movement impact and influence modernism, in a way of combining with the principles of grids.

People understand them as an easy system that commonly used by art and architecture, but it is more complex that it looks. Grid helps in composition and arrangement of objects in these spaces, whether in any art or architecture. In addition, to be more precise, the planning of New York and Manhattan used a grid system to create an efficient use of spaces.

References:

1. LaMar, C. Global Art History. Fall 2011. De Stijl. Slideshow.

2. Krauss, Rosalind. "Grids." The MIT Press 9 (1979): 50-64. Print.

3. "De Stijl architecture, De Stijl pictures, De Stijl paintings, & De Stijl artists" Accessed 13 Dec. 2011. <http://www.arthistoryguide.com/De_Stijl.aspx>.

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Re: INDA - Final Response De Stijl

Post  Chakkraphob on Tue Dec 13, 2011 1:57 am

De Stijl, which is Dutch for "The Style" and also known as "neoplasticism", is an art movement. This type of art only allows the use of primary colors such as red or yellow and three primary values black, white and grey. Furthermore, it only uses straight horizontal and vertical lines and rectangular forms or squares. De Stijl arts are “Flattened, geometricized, ordered, it is antinatural, antimimetic, antireal.”

In architecture, a famous example is the Rietveld Schröder House by Gerrit Rietveld. It was created according to the De Stijl principles, with the use of only straight lines and rectangular forms. In addition, only primary colors and three primary values (black, white and grey) were used on the house.

This movement is relevant to modernism and the idea of grid. In modernism, the concept is to emphasize simplicity and function, which is similar to De Stijl's principles. The use of just straight lines and primary colors are examples that De Stijl's principles also approach simplicity.

As for grids, they play an important role in architecture such as urban planning. Many towns are designed in grids and blocks, and the function of this is to make it simple and easy for buildings to be found.


LaMar, Connelly. Global Art History. Fall 2011. De Stijl. Slideshow.
Krauss, Rosalind. "Grids." The MIT Press 9 (1979): 50-64. Print.

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Final Response De Stijl

Post  Wasita on Tue Dec 13, 2011 11:02 pm

De Stijl is a style during 1917 in Netherland by Theo Van Doesburg, an architect. Which this style have started after the World War I, to get away from the old style among the architects or designers. This philosophy was mostly based on function and the colour used was very limited, mostly black and white were allowed. Due the concept of them is form follows function and a limited use to colours and element lead to the modern style of now a day too.

However, Rosalind Krauss, an American art critic, describes a grid as a structure and a way to make things organized, in such a pattern. Moreover, she said that it is not just an art but, in another way, can be a factor of creating myth of it. In which it was lead to modern style too.

De Stijl is a new way of thinking and movement that lead to a concept of modernism, from both architect and project designs. Due to the concept of it, that kept things in simple, with just lines, limited colour, or a geometric forms. Can create a design that is less, but however it is more in functions. Which this now have turned to a main philosophy of modern world now a day.

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Final Response De Stijl

Post  Channop Chorchaiyatid on Wed Dec 14, 2011 1:58 am

The De Stijl, literally translated as “the style” was an art movement founded by architect and painter Theo van Deosburg in 1917 in Leiden. Other founders of the group included the sculptor Vantongerloo, architect JJP Oud, designer Rietveld, and the painter Mondrian.De Stijl expresses a new utopian ideal of spiritual harmony and order.The color used mostly is black and white. It used simple colors and straight lines to create a feeling of interior spaces.

However, De Stijl movement, headed by Theo van Doesburg, identified the grid as the fundamental origin of art. The de Stijl grid suggests both the infinite extension of an object beyond its boundaries, and the cutting of this vast continuum into distinctly framed fields.

De Stijl set out to redesign the world, Modernism has got a new way of the idea from this movement, from the concept of art form appears to be simplistic on the surface, as a pure visual form it had an impact on the future design of furnishing, architecture, and design. The artists reduced painting to line, shape, color, and space.The De Stijl art movement was simply on the far end of the “order” side, and for van Doesburg, Mondrian, and a few others, order was much more preferable than any other alternative of their day.


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FINAL RESPONSE DE STIJL

Post  tirada on Wed Dec 14, 2011 1:20 pm

De Stijl was an art movement started in 1917 and is founded by Theo van Deosburg which also known as Neoplasticism, is a type of abstract art that avoided realism and emotional content. Piet Mondrian is also one of the best-known artists associated with Neoplasticism. De Stijl, its name later been given to a group of artists and architects that included Piet Mondrian, Bart Van Der Leck, Vilmos Huszar, Georges Vontongerloo, Pieter Oud, and Gerrit Rietveld.

Neoplasticism is a form of art that use geometric forms, vertical and horizontal lines, the primary colors, and the non-colors such as Black, Grey, and White. The artist artwork was non-objective with pure aesthetics that was involved in many modern art movements. As relating to modernism, I also agree to Alliya that the grid has taken the important part in modern art. nowadays, almost every artwork will use grid to be a guideline in creating artwork and architectural works. As an example, designing a house will use grid to help the guide the measurement.

LaMar, C. Global Art History. Fall 2011. De Stijl. Slideshow.

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