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The word rhetoric has taken on the connotation of empty, false, or flattering speech. But it originally meant something closer to kindness. We might note that this pedagogy comes from a logocentric tradition, one that privileges writing over oral communication. If we want to lob shots into the abyss and hear hundreds of voices echo back, well… this requires no special consideration. The subject of sound rhetoric—with its subsets of ethical and emotional sensitivity—has been taken up by philosophers over hundreds of years, from medieval theologians to the staunchly atheist philosopher of consciousness Daniel Dennett.
The one, who, from now on, would be a trouble maker, as he had been in , found himself practically expelled from the constructivist scene. Only the provinces remained for him and it was in the small art school of the town of Vitebsk where he found refuge. On his arrival at Vitebsk in the month of December began one of the most memorable pedagogic experiences of the time.
In the company of a youth free from all artistic prejudices and full of enthusiasm, he put heart and soul into teaching. The only local artist having some professional experiences in non-objective art was E. Lissitzky , who was devoted to nonobjective art since his visit to Rozanova's posthumous exhibition. Oriented predominantly towards architecture, Lissitzky became useful in helping Malevich to organize a faculty of architecture which became an integral part of the pedagogic ensemble created by Malevich.
Faced with this opposition, inevitable; his strong personality Vitebsk's suprematist group was named "Unovis" propagators of new forms in art. Malevich's teaching went beyond the realm of painting to venture into pure theory, the applied arts, theatre and architecture.
Just as in the other domains, the last was considered, above all on the theoretical Lissitzky 's work of this period level, as "production of ideal models.
Malevich's pedagogic activity led him to the formulation of new theories: he produced in Vitebsk an important corpus of texts, the elaboration of which would continue throughout the mid- 74 75 Exhibition of the group "Obmokhu" Moscow Malevich began the theoretical systematisation of the evolution art, its point of departure being Impressionism, and, on the other hand, devoted himself to formulating a "theory of theories" which he called "the theory of the added element.
After the closing of the "Unovis" section in Vitebsk in the spring of , they followed Malevich to Petrograd where he was forced to set himself up, as there was no place in Moscow. The choice of Petrograd at that time was tantamount actually to being shelved.
Escaping the productivist ascendancy, this erty offered for some brief years the possibility for non-objective art to exist. Deprived of all resources, Malevich held on in the beginning to a post of decorator in a porcelain factory.
A little while later, his situation was improved thanks to the organisation of an "Institute of Artistic Culture. Under the name "State Institute" was indeed hidden a small circle composed of some artistic seminars, the two mam links being the suprematist group "Unovis" and that of Matmshm called "Zor-Ved. Connect French.
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