5731017 Aesthetics and Art History
|Numbering Code||U-LET09 35731 LJ34||Year/Term||2021 ・ Second semester|
|Number of Credits||2||Course Type||special lecture|
|Target Year||Target Student|
|Instructor name||NAGAI TAKANORI (Part-time Lecturer)|
|Outline and Purpose of the Course||
Explain the process by which modern design was established, from William Morris to Bauhaus, and thereby identify the specifics by which modern design may be dissected as a result of the birth of post-modern design, in addition to the development of styling design and northern European design.
In addition, lay out trends in modern design that led to the present post-modern design period.
|Course Goals||Able to acquire knowledge on modern design, post-modern design, and contemporary design from the three viewpoints of concept, styling, and thought. Able to understand the particulars by which these three design trends have traded places in history.|
|Schedule and Contents||
1st: What is design?
2nd: What is design history?
3rd: William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement
4th: Art Nouveau (Belgium, France)
5th: Jugendstil, Wiener Secession, Wiener Werkst?tte
6th: Art Nouveau in Spain, United States, Japan
7th: Japanism design
8th: Futurism and Dadaism
9th: Art deco and Purism
10th: De Stijl
11th: Russian avant-garde
12th: Deutscher Werkbund and Bauhaus
13th: Bauhaus reception and development (United States and Post-WWII Germany)
14th: Post-modern design
15th: Modern design trends
|Evaluation Methods and Policy||Papers will be evaluated according to attainment level of objectives (100%).|
|Study outside of Class (preparation and review)||Instruct students to closely read several papers in textbooks during class for review.|
|Textbooks||Textbooks/References||Takanori Nagai, 『越境する造形ー近代の美術とデザインの十字路』 (Koyo Shobo, 2003), Takanori Nagai, 『デザインの力』 (Koyo Shobo 2010), Takanori Nagai, 『セザンヌー近代絵画の父とは何か？』 (Sangensha 2019), Takanori Nagai, 『モダン・アート論再考ー制作の論理から』 (Shinbunkaku 2004)|