Bauhaus, Art, and Infographics
Edited with text by Theres Rohde, Simone Schimpf. Text by Walter Krämer, Patrick Rössler, Astrit Schmidt-Burkhardt, Michael Stoll.
What is the relationship between information graphics and art? How can information and cognitive processes be organized aesthetically? What can artists learn from the work of graphic designers, and vice versa? Beginning with the Bauhaus and spanning to the present day, Painted Diagrams: Bauhaus, Art, and Infographics attempts to answer these questions by considering 30 projects that exist at the intersection of the diagrammatic and the artistic.
Artists presented in Painted Diagrams include Karl-Heinz Adler, Shusaku Arakawa, Gerd Arntz, Frank Badur, Horst Bartnig, Willem Besselink, Katja Berlin, Max Bill, Böhler & Orendt, Hartmut Böhm, Christian Cap, Ariamna Contino / Alex Hernandéz, Jochen Flinzer, José Heerkens, Channa Horwitz, Nick Kopenhagen, Margaret Camilla Leiteritz, Richard Paul Lohse, Mark Lombardi, Frank Maier, Lucía Simón Medina, Vera Molnár, Hermann J. Painitz, Andreas Siekmann / Alice Creischer, Jorinde Voigt and Stephen Willats.
Featured image is reproduced from 'Painted Diagrams.'
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