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The Bauhaus School In Germany Has Long Been Understood Through The Writings Of Its Founding Director, Walter Gropius, And Well Known Artists Who Taught There Such As Wassily Kandinsky And Lszl Moholy Nagy Far Less Recognized Are Texts By Women In The Schools Weaving Workshop In Bauhaus Weaving Theory, Tai Smith Uncovers New Significance In The Work The Bauhaus Weavers Did As Writers From Colorful, Expressionist Tapestries To The Invention Of Soundproofing And Light Reflective Fabric, The Workshops Innovative Creations Influenced A Modernist Theory Of Weaving In The First Careful Examination Of The Writings Of Bauhaus Weavers, Including Anni Albers, Gunta Stzl, And Otti Berger, Smith Details How These Women Challenged Assumptions About The Feminine Nature Of Their Craft As They Harnessed The Vocabulary Of Other Disciplines Like Painting, Architecture, And Photography, Smith Argues, The Weavers Resisted Modernist Thinking About Distinct Media In Parsing Texts About Tapestries And Functional Textiles, The Vital Role These Women Played In Debates About Medium In The Twentieth Century And A Nuanced History Of The Bauhaus Comes To Light Bauhaus Weaving Theory Deftly Reframes The Bauhaus Weaving Workshop As Central To Theoretical Inquiry At The School Putting Questions Of How Value And Legitimacy Are Established In The Art World Into Dialogue With The Limits Of Modernism, Smith Confronts The Belief That The Crafts Are Manual And Technical But Never Intellectual Arts


2 thoughts on “Bauhaus Weaving Theory: From Feminine Craft to Mode of Design

  1. says:

    Other books give a better understanding of this topic


  2. says:

    While there are glimmers of insight in this, it really should be titled Bauhaus Theory, rather than operate under the guise of being a resource for weaving theory While claiming that an explanation of the Bauhaus is necessary to understand how the weaving workshop was situated within the school, the emphasis of this text in fact lies too much on the former than on the latter, which its title falsely claims it explains.