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From shoe last to Gropius’ Adler
Many of the young people that were influenced by the Bauhaus’ charisma to move to Weimar and Dessau, originated in the then constituency association of Lower Saxony. And therefore it is not surprising that the federal state with the same name contributes inspiring events on the legacy of modernism in Germany at the beginning of the big Bauhaus year.
Diversity and contemplation make for a decentralised modernism
From the outset the Bauhaus year 2019 ventures on spanning a broad spectrum: from the founding of a world-renowned university to the return of a global road show of modernism. Participating: the recently renovated Haus Am Horn and the newly built work of a Bauhaus student.
Art in the Age of Movement
Inspired by Bauhaus modernist art, Hedwig founder Jan Bartoszek’s newest work “Futura” is a vibrant and colorful exploration of how dance shapes and is shaped by society, art, architecture, and design in the 21st century.
Transform school into a place for possibilities
How do we live now, how do we want to live tomorrow and which possibilities for action do we see? The ‘Bauhaus’ thus represents a microcosm, which an ambitious project of the Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf wants to question and transform into educational ideas as of Fall 2018.