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  • Author:
    Margareta. Tillberg
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    Stockholm University (2003)
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Items related to Coloured Universe and the Russian Avant-Garde: Matiushin. And yet, against all odds, Matiushin's colour theory was published in 1932

Items related to Coloured Universe and the Russian Avant-Garde: Matiushin. Coloured Universe and the Russian Avant-Garde: Matiushin on Colour Vision in Stalin's Russia 1932. ISBN 13: 9789172656833. And yet, against all odds, Matiushin's colour theory was published in 1932.

In: Nordisk Østforum, Vol. 18 (2004), No. 1, 2004, p. 114-117. T1 - Coloured universe and the Russian avant-garde. T2 - Matiushin on colour vision in Stalin's Russia. Kahla E. Coloured universe and the Russian avant-garde: Matiushin on colour vision in Stalin's Russia. 2004;18 (2004)(1):114-117.

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Includes facsimile reprint of Zakonomernostʹ izmeni︠a︡emosti t︠s︡etovykh sochetaniĭ by . Matiushin and English translation.

Coloured universe and the Russian avant-garde : Matiushin on colour vision in Stalin's Russia, 1932, Margareta Tillberg. Creator: Mati︠u︡shin, M. V. Zakonomernostʹ izmeni︠a︡emosti t︠s︡etovykh sochetaniĭ Mati︠u︡shin, M. Zakonomernostʹ izmeni︠a︡emosti t︠s︡etovykh sochetaniĭ. English Tillberg, Margareta. Includes facsimile reprint of Zakonomernostʹ izmeni︠a︡emosti t︠s︡etovykh sochetaniĭ by . Topics: Avant-garde (Aesthetics)-Russia (Federation)-History-20th century Color (Philosophy)-Russia (Federation) Color in art. Topics

The implicit narrative of the book, is about a group of intellectuals who struggled to work with what they believed in, .

Dissertation: Coloured Universe and the Russian Avant-Garde : Matiushin on Colour Vision in Stalin's Russia, 1932. The implicit narrative of the book, is about a group of intellectuals who struggled to work with what they believed in, . an expansion and change of innate possibilities to create something never seen before, despite political oppression.

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Matiushin on Colour Vision in Stalin's Russia 1932. From cover: Leningrad and Moscow of the 1920s were alive with artists, writers, scientists and craftsmen who sought a new language of communication. New institutes were established to serve these enthusiasts. A universal language was to traverse borders between different art forms, countries and languages. Even the boundary separating the perceptions of humans and animals would be crossed. At the Institute of Artistic Culture this violinist, painter and theorist Mikhail Matiushin (1866-1934) supervised the Department of Organic Culture where a 'grammar of colour' was produced for use in architecture and design. The sounds made by ice melting, the feel of footsteps in wet moss- all surrounding impressions would influence colour in its appearance. A training prgramme was elaborated based on a cross-extension of the senses, yoga and meditation, opening up new channels believed to be passed on to coming generations. But with the rise of Stalin's age of the masses, this individual approach was out, no longer sanctioned. And yet, against all odds, Matiushin's colour theory was published in 1932. This book shows how the colour theory, believed to have been forgotten, is still used for the colour design of St. Petersburg to this day.