Topic Choice #1: Vincent Darré and Surrealist Design 

This semester we will have a prominent guest on campus, Vincent Darré from Paris, who is best known for the Surrealist interiors he creates in France and in the United States. Darré originally comes from the fashion world and started his career as an assistant of Karl Lagerfeld. For this essay, do more research on Vincent Darré and his interiors; also learn more about Surrealism. Consider attending his lecture on campus on March 7 at 5:00 p.m. (more details provided later in the semester). Another important aspect you can investigate is the influence of movies and cinematography on Darré’s work. Pick one Darré interior, project, or drawing and analyze it visually and historically in your essay. You can also address questions such as the role of humor in interior design. The essay should: Include information about historical, geographical, and cultural contexts – who? when? where? what? Identify techniques (from painting behind glass/mirrors, wheel-thrown ceramics, woven fabrics and cast bronze for chairs to pen and ink for a drawing), title, date, location, dimensions (only if known).

  •  Consider the fact that Vincent Darré collaborates with many specialists in the applied arts to create these interiors. 
  • Engage visual information provided by the work itself: Describe what you see and interpret this visual information. Point out the historical context and inherent aesthetic qualities of the work. Ask yourself questions such as this: 
  • What influences defined these designs or interiors? For example, mid-century modernism, biomorphic forms of Jean Arp or Salvador Dali, Surrealism, movies, dreams, the poetry of Jean Cocteau, psychoanalysis, etc. 
  • Write in clear and grammatically correct English. Full sentences only. 

Topic Choice #2: Art and Fashion Fashion and art (or even architecture) have always been interrelated, but their interactions have rarely been acknowledged. Do some research of your own about the connection of fashion and art across time. For this essay select one artwork and/or one fashion design and show how the two influenced each other. In this context, you can also discuss stage sets and costume designs for theaters, movies, graphic novels or mangas, etc., if you like. Consider attending Vincent Darré’s lecture on campus on March 7 at 5:00 p.m. (more details provided later in the semester), which will investigate these questions in greater detail. Note that the monument(s)/artwork(s)/designs you analyze do not need to have been covered in class. The essay should:​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‌‌‌‍‍​Include information about historical, geographical, and cultural contexts of the works selected; provide information about the artists or designers; their lives, geographic origins and inspirations can be discussed Identify technique (e.g. type of fabric, such as lace, velvet, tooled leather, etc.), title, date, dimensions (only if known) Engage visual information provided by the works themselves: 

  1. Describe what you see and interpret this visual information. Point out the historical context and inherent aesthetic qualities of the work. Ask yourself questions such as this: 
  2. What defined the period style that you are dealing with? What are its specific features or historical references? 
  3. How and when was this fashion design used? For what purpose was it created? Write in clear and grammatically correct English. Full sentences only. 

Topic Choice #3: Art, Architecture, and Interior Design Art, architecture, and interior design have been interrelated ever since the eighteenth century, but their cross-over influences have rarely been acknowledged. Do some research of your own about their connections across time. For this essay select one artwork or architectural structure and one interior design and show how they influenced each other. In this context, you can also discuss stage sets for theaters, movies, graphic novels, or representations of interior design in paintings, drawings, etc. if you like. Consider attending Vincent Darré’s lecture on campus on March 7 at 5:00 p.m. (more details provided later in the semester), which will investigate these questions in greater detail. Note that the monument(s)/artwork(s)/designs you analyze do not need to have been covered in class. The essay should: Include information about historical, geographical, and cultural contexts; provide information about the artists, architects, or designers involved; their lives, and their geographic origins and inspirations can be discussed

  1.  Identify technique (e.g. fresco painting in a wall decoration, lathe turned wood for furniture, half-timber structure or reinforced concrete for architecture, etc.), title, date, dimensions (only if known) Engage visual information provided by the works themselves: 
  2. Describe what you see and interpret this visual information. Point out the historical context and inherent aesthetic qualities of the work. Ask yourself questions such as this: 
  3. What defined the period style that you are dealing with? What are the design’s specific features? How and when was this interior design used? For what purpose was it created? 
  4. What design philosophies are implied (for example, wabi/sabi for a contemporary interior designer such as Axel Vervoordt)? 
  5. Write in clear and grammatically correct English. ​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‌‌‌‍‍​Full sentences only.

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