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Kandinsky's Poetics

Isabela Sousa Guimarães

Sabrina Maia


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Kandinsky's Poetics is an interactive proposal about Wassily Kandinsky's life and work for learning Abstract Art. It was designed as a part of a tribute to the centenary of the Bauhaus - the largest school of modern art in the world, that was celebrated in 1 April 1919, fictionally promoted by The Bauhaus Movement site, and gathered in a collection titled Poetics Project. In this scenario, various artists would have similar presentations of their lifework.

The interface prototype was designed as a “living work”, inspired by Kandinsky's masterpiece "Succession" from 1935, in which the user could experience synesthesia and learn by interacting with different activities, games and win hypothetical trophies and certificates.

The main target for this would be undergraduate students that study abstract art (such as designers, artists and architects) and to be a different form of complementary material for professors of these courses to engage their students in class.

Isabela Sousa Guimarães

São Paulo State University

roduct Designer, curious in User Experience Design (UX Design) and interested in Gamification, Cognitive Ergonomics and Emotional Design. Bachelor's Degree in Design from the Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Design (FAUeD) of the Federal University of Uberlândia (UFU), Postgraduate in UX Design by the Claretiano Institute and Master's Student in Design by the Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP) oriented by Professor Galdenoro Botua Junior. GEL member: Book Study Group, volunteer as chapter leader at Ladies That UX Uberlândia and as Podcaster at Ladies that UX Podcast project in Portuguese.



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