Bauhaus in Modernity: Photography, AI, Gesamtkunstwerk, and Bauhaus Theory in the 21st Century
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Through the research gathered in this project, I examined how the methods, vision, and basic design fundamentals of the Bauhaus School have translated in twenty-first century photography. Further, these century old principles are applied in my own photography through the presentation to be shown as the second aspect. In my research, I focused on the means of communication that is photography as it was seen by the Bauhaus photography professor Laszlo Moholy-Nagy and the basics of universal communication transcribed by the foundering professors. Universal communication followed along with the role of the artist to show the reach of Bauhaus design techniques. Furthermore, this research covered driving factors of the Bauhaus photography program such as Photograms, Typography, Objectivity, and Ready-Made or Autonomous influence. Each point showed both the influence on my own work, and others work created since 1980. Lastly, the research pushed photography into the modern age as photographers found new ways to apply Artificial Intelligence to the Bauhaus model. The research addressed how the 21st century has surpassed even what Bauhaus thought possible, and how it has led to global communication.