バウハウス再考に基づく今日的なデザイン教育の実践について:―バウハウスの「ニューヴィジョン」からスペキュラティブ・デザインへの展開―  [in Japanese] Practical Design Education Based on Reconsideration of the Bauhaus Art School::Developing a "New Vision" of Speculative Design Using Bauhaus Principles  [in Japanese]

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<p>2019年のバウハウス創立100周年を目前にして,バウハウス研究において筆者がこれまで継続してきたバウハウス神話を「脱神話化」するための歴史的考察と,バウハウスの「諸芸術の統合」及び「芸術と技術の融合」という芸術的理念を今日に引き継ぐ事例研究として取り組んだ筆者の映像メディア表現の実践を再確認するとともに,現代にまで有効なバウハウスの理念を再考し,バウハウス研究を基礎とする今後の実践的展開を示した。バウハウスに学び,未来を見据え,新しい展望によって造形における提案や解決を行う姿勢を「ニューヴィジョン」と設定し,昨今の「望ましい未来」を提案する「スペキュラティブ・デザイン」などに同様の姿勢をみた。その実践として著者が学生とともに参画し,成果を残した「岩手発・超人スポーツプロジェクト」を紹介するとともに,このテーマで思索するための「ペラコン課題」を教材化の事例として提案した。</p>

<p>In light of the 100-year anniversary of Bauhaus Art School's founding in 2019, the author presents historical research of the Bauhaus movement, "demythicizing" the Modernist movement, along with practical study of visual expression of artistic ideas such as "integration of various arts" and "integration of art and technology." The author also reconsiders those principles that endure today, making a case for developing educational methods for today's students based on this study of the Bauhaus Art School. "New vision," which served as a key phrase for the movement's sense of innovation, was heralded as a proactive framework providing far-sighted solutions in art and design. This framework can be seen in the recent "speculative design" movement that aims to design a "preferable future." The author also discusses the "Superhuman Sports Project in Iwate." The author took part in this design challenge with his students, obtaining excellent results. He showed the students' work "one-sheet task" of this theme. This research could be used to develop a new curriculum for speculative design.</p>

Journal

  • Studies in Art Education

    Studies in Art Education 50(1), 353-360, 2018

    University Art Education Society of Japan

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130007621035
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA12831535
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    2433-2038
  • NDL Article ID
    029707576
  • NDL Call No.
    Z7-1788
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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