The students of the ADA were tasked with selecting a piece of Lissitzky’s Suprematism art. They were then tasked to analyze the art and develop a concept sketches of what they thought their art would look like if it were 3d.
El Lissitzky was a graphic artist but also most do not know that he was an architect. His artwork was revolutionary, proving to be a main part in Suprematism. This style is comprised of flat geometric shapes into a bigger piece of art.
Here at the Architectural Design Academy, we decided to create a project base on Lissitzky’s work. The class was tasked with completing three small chipboard models that represented a piece of Lissitzky’s art. We were allowed to pick our own piece of Lissitzky’s art. We then had to create a final larger scale model out of chipboard that represented our Lissitzky art. The class did an excellent job on this project. In the end, all of our displays were hung in the hallway.
Mr. Terry Walker