“Regarding household objects as jewelry, they invented a sort of anti-luxury jewelry, proposing a new definition of value.” – Verena Kittel about the relationship between Anni Albers and Alex Reed at Black Mountain College
“Olson’s verse practices teach method not matter” – Michael Kindellan on Charles Olson and his ideas about the connection of poetry and pedagogy.
Black Mountain – Models of Creativity: Workshop of the Dahlem Humanities Center in cooperation with Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin
The educational and research-based project “Black Mountain Research (2013-2015)” is dedicated to the former art school Black Mountain College (1933-56) as a model of contemporary creative production- and organisation processes. […]
Xanti Schawinsky: “Spectodrama: Contemporary Studies” in Leonardo, Vol. 2, No. 3 (Jul., 1969), pp. 283-286 Published by: The MIT Press Xanti Schawinsky: “Play, Life, Illusion” in The Drama Review: TDR, […]