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Futurism - Futurism-1909 the birth of Futurism Idea to...

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Futurism -1909 – the birth of Futurism Idea to destroy everything about traditional art Technology is the new beauty Did not create a new style but created a new idea/vision Manifesto Exaltation of Synesthesia: no boundaries between the different senses (touch, smell, sight, sound, taste) Analogy between pictorial signification and technologies of vision and representation (using photos and film and translating it to a painting) Rigorous condemnation of the culture of the past (complete destruction of traditional values) Everything must be very fast, must represent the fast pace of the new world of technology Styles and Techniques Copied the ideas of cubism using facets Use of pointilism Movement, repetition, speed and bold colors Words/text are used to create sounds Filipo Tommaso Marinett Not an artist, but the pioneer theorist of Futurism Published the in “Le Figaro” (primary French newspaper) Giacomo Balla “Dynamism of a dog on a leash” Date: 1912 Location: New York – Museum of Modern Art
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