September 2019: Bauhaus Transfers Symposium Penn State University

By 25. August 2019Allgemein

Anlässlich der Hundertjahrfeier des Bauhauses veranstaltet das Penn State Department of Architecture und das Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures das internationale Symposium Bauhaus Transfers.

Das Symposium, organisiert von Ute Poerschke und Daniel Purdy, heißt alle Gäste willkommen. Es ist keine Anmeldung erforderlich. Konferenzsprache ist Englisch.

Programm


Donnerstag, 19. September 2019

Penn State Palmer Museum of Art

5:00pm  Opening remarks
5:30pm  Keynote: Elizabeth Otto, University at Buffalo: Queer Bauhaus

 

Freitag, 20. September 2019
Stuckeman Family Building, Jury Space
9:00am  Opening Remarks

Session 1: TRANSFERRING THE UTOPIAN SOCIETY
9:30am  Ronny Schüler, Bauhaus University Weimar: Forms, Ideals, and Methods. Bauhaus Transfers to Mandatory Palestine
10:00am Lynnette Widder, Columbia University: Whose Modernism? The 1953 Bauhaus Debate and the Right to Define Modern Architectures
10:30am Nina Sołkiewicz-Kos, Czestochowa University of Technology: The Influence of Bauhaus Ideas on the Development of Soviet Cities between 1930 and 1980
11:00am Round Table

Session 2: TRANSFERRING NEW WAYS OF SEEING
1:30pm Tom Steinert, Kassel University: Transparency
2:00pm Pep Avilés, Penn State: Josep Lluís Sert, László Moholy-Nagy, and the Postwar Revival of Antoní Gaudi
2:30pm Vanessa Troiano, City University of New York: Bauhaus Transference from Josef Albers to Robert Rauschenberg
3:00pm Round Table
4:00pm Keynote Juan Heredia, Portland State University: Mexico and the Bauhaus. The Question of Integration

 

Samstag, 21. September 2019
Stuckeman Family Building, Jury Space

Session 3: TRANSFERRING BAUHAUS PEDAGOGY
9:00am Peter Stasny, New Design University St. Pölten: Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack and the Bauhaus in Australia
9:30am Liyang Ding, Marywood University: Huang Zuoshen and the Bauhaus-Based Architectural Education at St. John’s University in Shanghai 1942-1952
10:00am Cathy Braasch, Penn State: Robert Reed and Josef Albers at Yale
10:30am Gloria Köpnick and Rainer Stamm, Oldenburg State Museum for Art and Cultural History: Hin Bredendieck – From Aurich to Atlanta
11:00am Round Table

Session 4: TRANSFERRING AESTHETIC PRACTICES
1:30pm Philip Gahn, Temple University: The Bauhaus – Lost in Transfer: Art as Work
2:00pm Eduard Führ, momus|foundation: Return to Progress. Bauhaus Transfers through Theories and Histories of Architecture
2:30pm Jan Logemann, University of Göttingen: Gaps and Bridges. Transnational Careers of Bauhaus Artists and the Transformation of Commercial Design
3:00pm Round Table
3:30pm Closing Remarks