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As we move into the 19th century, I would like you to examine how meaning becomes a cause for issues of alienation. There are multiple sources that lead to societal concepts of alienation: the structure of modern urban life, the increasing industrialization of Western society, the abandonment of Nature as a source for design, shifts in economics along with class structure, and the increasing saturation of imagery.

What contemporary examples do we have of alienation and can you trace them back to historical causes?

Module 5: Meaning - Modernity & Modernism

Module 5 has 14 pages of content. 

Hegel – symbolic, classical and romantic  

Intellectual Period: Modernity  -- Theme: Meaning --  Personage: Hegel  -- Chronology: 1820 -- Discipline: Philosophy  

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.10_02-Meaning-Hegel.mp3 

National expression, ethics, and the projection of cultural mythology 

Intellectual Period: Modernity  -- Theme: Meaning --  Sub-theme: Culture  -- Personage: Viollet-le-Duc -- Chronology: 1800's -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.10_05-Meaning-Modernity.mp3 

Germany and the materialist position, Schinkel and the merging of Gothic and Classical  

Intellectual Period: Modernity  -- Theme: Meaning --  Sub-theme: Materiality  --  Personage: Goethe, Schinkel  -- Chronology:1800's -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.10_06-Meaning-Germany1800s.mp3 

Revivalism - Romanesque and Gothic as major revivals, material position  

Intellectual Period: Modernity -- Theme: Meaning -- Sub-theme: Culture -- Personage: None -- Chronology: 1800's -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

 Assignment: Read 11_03_Collins_The Awareness of Styles.Changing Ideals in Modern Architecture.pdf 

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.11_03-Meaning-Revivalism.mp3 

Revivalism – Structure and materiality as the source of style (construction to style)

Intellectual Period: Modernity -- Theme: Meaning -- Sub-theme: Culture -- Personage: Durand -- Chronology: 1800's -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.11_05-Meaning-Revivalism.mp3 

Development of eclecticism, how it addresses truth and purpose through alignment to a goal

Intellectual Period: Modernity -- Theme: Meaning -- Sub-theme: popularism-- Personage: Cousin -- Chronology: 1800's -- Discipline: Philosophy

 Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.11_06-Meaning-eclecticism.mp3 

Alienation and the natural sphere – genius, shift of beauty to imagination,intellectualization

Intellectual Period: Modernity -- Theme: Meaning -- Sub-theme: alienation  -- Personage: Art Nouveau -- Chronology: 1800's -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

 Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.11_08-meaning-alientation.mp3

How to represent the present – materialist approach & universality style

Intellectual Period: Modernity -- Theme: Meaning --  Personage: Durand -- Chronology: 1800's -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.12_01-meaning-alientation.mp3 

Alienation – the crisis of meaning with the disconnection from history, tradition and progress

Intellectual Period: Modernity -- Theme: Meaning -- Sub-theme: alienation  -- Personage: Loos -- Chronology: 1850-1900 -- Discipline: Cultural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.14_01-meaning-alienation.mp3 

Self-referentially – meaning becomes internalized  

Intellectual Period: Modernity -- Theme: Meaning --  Personage: Walter Pater  -- Chronology: 1850-1900 -- Discipline: Cultural Theory

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The rise of realism – social responsibility of art in society to aid progress

Intellectual Period: Modernity -- Theme: Meaning -- Sub-theme: ethics -- Personage: Courbet, Flaubert, Morris, Ruskin  -- Chronology: 1850-1900 -- Discipline: Art Theory

Assignment: Read Text Courbet, "from Realist Manifesto 1855" in Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 169

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.15_01-meaning-Realism.mp3 

Raising craft to the level of art, separating from commerce

Intellectual Period: Modernism -- Theme: Meaning -- Personage: Morris -- Chronology: 1890 -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.16_03-meaning-ArtsandCrafts.mp3 

Architecture, craft, commerce and business – how to progress  

Intellectual Period: Modernism -- Theme: Meaning --  Personage: Art Nouveau -- Chronology: 1900's -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Assignment: Read Gropius, "Manifesto of the Bauhaus, April 1919" in Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 301

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.17_02-meaning-international syle.mp3 

Machine as origin of design choices, beauty as radiance of truth  

Intellectual Period: Modernism -- Theme: Meaning --  Personage: Corbusier, van der Rohe  -- Chronology: 1900's -- Discipline: Architectural Theory

Assignment: Read Vesely, "Modernity and the question of representation" in Tracing Modernity, 81-100.

Click here to download the audio file and listen DesignTheory.17_05-meaning-international syle.mp3 

Meaning: Hegel and the construction of history, national expression, ethics, and the projection of cultural mythology; effects of the materialist position; revivalism and eclecticism; alienation, self-referentially and the natural sphere; genius and intellectualization; how to represent the present – materialist approach & universal style; architecture, craft, commerce and business.

Readings:

Collins,"The Awareness of Styles" from Changing Ideals of Modern Architecture (PDF)

Courbet, "from Realist Manifesto 1855" in

Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 169

Gropius, "Manifesto of the Bauhaus, April 1919" in Modernism, An Anthology of Sources and Documents, 301

Vesely, "Modernity and the question of representation"in TracingModernity, 81- 100 


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