Posts Tagged With futurist

Masamu Yanase: “Transportation Labor”

Before his involvement in the Proletarian Movement and his distancing himself from normal paintings, Yanase was already deeply involved with and inspired by the Futuristic Art Movement that reached Japan. This movement was known for going against the traditional art values, and fully embraced the new age of technological innovations. Futurists artists often incorporated depictions…

Masamu Yanase

  Masamu Yanase was a born January 12, 1900 in Matsuyama, Japan. At the age of 11, he moved to Moji City, currently known as Kitakyushu City, and began nurturing his innate talent for art. Despite his lack of a formal training in art, he was able to find patrons due to his skills and…

Stuart Candy

Stuart Candy’s lecture was impressive. He was introduced as an experiential futurist. I was fascinated by the term “futurist”. He started off the lecture by putting forth the question “How might we design a better world?”. And then rephrased that into “How might we world a better design?”. The first part of the lecture was…