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MoMA 观后感  

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Cut 'n' Paste: From Architectural Assemblage to Collage City

curated by Pedro Gadanho on the third floor


Collage covers lots of aspect of recent art culture. Its impact is not only on photography, but also on the digital renderings architects. The group exhibition Cut 'n' Paste: From Architectural Assemblage to Collage City shows the use of collage in architectural representation starting from the early 20th century.  

The exhibition has four sections:

1.     ‘Mies Van  Der Rohe’s work’

2.     ‘the influence of early pop art’

3.     ‘The urban palimpsest’

4.     ‘Architectural collage today’

5.      ‘Expanded drawing vs.critical tool’


They constantly reveal how collage historically connected with architect and the works showing for the topic of city. They also present the change of peoples’ lifestyle and their perspective about the relationship of urban, architecture and human’s daily life.

Artists using sketch, colored painting pieces and photo pieces, or other factors such as colored pencil on cut-and-pasted papers to combine new architectural artworks. With cut-and-pasted, the information in one page is not monotonous. Different images, some are even with different tools and materials to create architectural photomontage, which show the emotion or the function directly that could evoke our intuition to feel the meaning behind them.  To show the different possibility in a building or a city with different materials that can represent diverse feelings, is artists and architects’ common purpose by using cut-and-paste in their architectural works. With photomontage, collage changes the attitude about how to present a proper architecture, not only show the buildings’ function, but also the reaction and emotion from people who surround them.

Like the artwork in the pop culture section, Richard Hamilton’s Interior, the background is consisted by at least five pieces of photography. The woman pasted on the top of the image seems to be amazed by some thing in the floor. What you can see is a diverse style interior design. Richard leaved only three primary colors with low saturation to demonstrate the essential possibility that a home can contain all different kinds of room style or life style.  Because three primary colors can mix and create almost all colors in the swatches, the space in a single room has the same function that has the possibility to be created in different style, which depends on the people who live inside it. 

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Richard Hamilton’s Interio



work O.M.A. Rem Koolhaas made by Charrette Submission

Another typical work O.M.A. Rem Koolhaas made by Charrette Submission uses the collage materials not limited in paper image. His idea could not be replicated in that time. The rear-view mirror reflexes all spectators’ imaging on this artwork, including the circumjacent environment and the emotion from different individuals. It expands the imagination of people’s reaction when they see this work, which also reveals the viewer’s attitude about the building in the image---- The Museum of modern Art Expansion. Collage is already a form that can include various styles and multiple information from different visual resources, Koolhaas expands this possibility by using reflected materials to allow the external elements to be added in his work. His talented design brings a new perspective about collage, impelling us to rethinks the meaning of collage: utilize diversification with not only different images, but also other materials that can contain artists’ ideas. 

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O.M.A. Rem Koolhaas made by Charrette Submission



            The assemblages are not only shows the multiple function and effect from a typical building, but also explore the city’s diversification.  The urban palimpsest part shows artworks based on the ‘collage city’ theory from Colin Rowe and Fred Koetter. As I know, the two concept in 80s and 90s century that related to “The city as museum ” and “The city of collision” has been reconciled, and whether to keep the original tradition or build a brand new utopia as modern city are no longer being two opposite aspects. It is because a city can be”collaged” by merging tradition and modern together.

In this section, those works created by artists, graphical designers and visual editors release their imagination, cut and pasted the city in their perspective. One of the work shows below is a surreal building, which is consisted of different rooms. The artist collected balconies from different images and merged them with a ‘reasonable’arrangement.  For me, what I see is not just the difference between each balcony, but also the possibility that different culture can coexist in the same area. In other aspect, modern and tradition can also being symbiosis. People can find this possibility to build our technical utopia without do harm to our ancient historical architecture.

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Artists uses collage to bring daily images into art, recombines those ordinary photos and concrete materials to create meaningful works. The influence of photomontage, assemblage is range from 20th century to current modern architectural work. Because architecture is a functional art form that is interrelated with resident life, so architects could not ignore the various and changeable elements inside a concrete space. To characterize the urban and visual environment, collage is absolutely one of an appropriate way to help artists and architects to express their ideas. It allows artists present new perspective on the relationship between our city and our personal emotion. As it mentioned in introduction part, collage has seldom been considered crucial to the development of modern architecture, Cut ’n’ paste evoke us the increase of different availability on architectural drawing because of the collage.






                                                       

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