domingo, 29 de março de 2009

Do construtivismo russo ao expressionismo alemão.

Unlike Dada, Constructivism did not attack or subvert art, but extended it in new directions through experimentation and the exploration of new technologies. Constructivists embraced the machine as a means for creating art, and were excited by the mechanical production process that had the potential to reproduce images on a mass scale.
— Petra Kayser



1926, Alexandra Exter's setting for Pantomime Espagnole, Kamerny Theatre.

1927, Alexandra Exter's constructivist setting for Othello

Spellbound, Hitchcock, 1945


O Gabinete do Dr. Caligari, Robert Wiene, 1920

Algol, Hans Werckmeister, 1920

Aelita Queen of Mars,  Yakov Protazanov, 1924


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