The Vasarely Playhouse: Look and Combine!

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Slavik Jablan and Kristóf Fenyvesi: The Vasarely Playhouse: Look and Combine! Pages 633–636



Many of Victor Vasarely’s (1906-1997) works are based on the modularity and construction of different visual objects from prefabricated basic elements. In this workshop we would like to illustrate a few of Vasarely’s main visual concepts: the use of transparent elements in sculpture, the recombination of tiles for obtaining different patterns and the use of Op-art effects. For this we propose three constructions: production of a hypercube from a transparent hypercube net, 3D transparent Op-cubes by folding and gluing printed transparent elements, and an Op-tile game. Participants can thus explore the mathematical dimensions of Victor Vasarely's world and have a memorable glimpse of Jablan and Fenyvesi's collaboration on the field of experience-centered education of mathematics and the pragmatist aesthetics of interdisciplinarity.

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Used References

[1] Slavik Jablan: Symmetry, Ornament and Modularity, World Scientific, Singapore, 2002.

[2] Collection of the Vasarely Museum, Vasarely Museum, Pécs.

[3] Slavik Jablan & Ljiljana Radović: The Vasarely Playhouse. Ed. Kristóf Fenyvesi. Janus Pannonius Museum, Pécs, 2011.


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