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Saw this amazing video on youtube showcasing these amazing geometric designs created by the late Max Bill with smooth classical music playing in the background. - http://www.jaxsprats.com
Max Bill, a member of the Swiss `Zurich Concrete` group, was an architect, painter, sculptor, politician, educationalist, writer, in short, a `universal creator`. He analysed the principles of Concrete Art and sharpened Theo van Doesberg`s definition as follows:
" we call those works of art concrete that came into being on the basis of their inherent resources and rules - without external borrowing from natural phenomena, without transforming those phenomena, in other words: not by abstraction. concrete art is independent in its characteristic features. it is the expression of the human spirit, intended for the human spirit, and it should have the sharpness, the clarity and the perfection that must be expected from the human spirit. concrete painting and sculpture imply creating something that is open to visual perception. their creative resources are colours, space, light and movement concrete art is ultimately the pure expression of harmonious measure and law. it orders systems and uses artistic resources to give life to these orders it strives for universality and yet it cultivates uniqueness. it suppresses things individualistic in favour of the individual." Bill also requires that art should find a mathematical mode of thought to guarantee that the creative principles can be controlled. In the mean time he sees this as only one of the possible methods, "a useful aid, through which ideas can acquire visible form."
Source link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0ZKFFL2Yo4