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Supverse is a media platform run by analysts and journalists.
Supverse, the UniVerse of WasSup, allows members to create ad hoc discussions on any page* across the vast Internet. The discussion can be just a reference for yourself, or a diverse audience debate. Organize all research content and references using personal hashtags on your Supverse profile and even stitch together these thoughts into a dynamic presentation you can publish online and share with others. Mingle your philosophies with others in the Supverse global sensorium to create new meanings.
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Filtered on: #nieuwe_beelding > showing 1 comment covering 100 days
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This is a great example of a bad interpretation of #neoplasticism

In fine art, the term "neo-plasticism" refers to the austere, #geometrical style of concrete #art developed by the Dutch painter #Piet_Mondrian (1872-1944) just after the First World War. The word is a meaningless translation of the complex Dutch phrase #nieuwe_beelding , first used by the writer #Matthieu_Schoenmaekers in his book Het Nieuwe Wereldbeeld (The New Image of the World), and re-used by Mondrian in his theoretical essay De Nieuwe Beelding in de Schilderkunst, before he adopted the French translation Neo-Plasticisme from which the English term is taken. A better translation is simply "New Art" - mainly because it described Mondrian's vision of an ideal, pure form of art and design, which he felt the post-war circumstances demanded. It was to be a pure type of abstract art that adhered to strict rules of composition.
&Rob 2014-03-07  

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