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Ugly Art: the paradox of aesthetics What is the purpose of ugly art and why should we be interested in it? You only have to google ‘Medieval cat’ or ‘Renaissance baby’ to find some bazar examples of art gone ugly. On top of this, thousands of works have been named and shamed as the ugliest […]
The Bauhaus movement, formed in the 20th century, was rooted in concerns over manufacturing and its soullessness; the movement aimed to unite the soul of fine art with more functional creations. It has stimulated rethinking the meaning of art, typically thought of as humanities, by fusing it together with more research-based science. The Bauhaus school […]
Origami (the Japanese art of paper folding) is appreciated just as a type of arts-and-crafts type thing. Paper cranes, airplanes, and fortune tellers. However, scientists and engineers alike use origami for an incredible range of applications. The way that a ladybird folds down its wings can be used to make an origami pattern for an […]
Tomorrow is the last day to apply for Exeter’s biggest Hackathon, taking place at the University this weekend. Hosted by Exeter Entrepreneurs and Major League Hacking, EXHACK gives students from across the country the chance to pitch their ideas to a panel of esteemed judges. Applications close on Thursday 26 January, ahead of the weekend-long event […]