This 3 minute video proudly exhibits the complex interrelationships accessible through innovative graphical interface. A complete database of information is presented in a three dimensional format inside an illuminated 4x4 meter cube located at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. The video is rich in historical information. For more elaborate view, individuals can interact with the digital tabletop. Get the complete biographical information of the social networks of the Bauhaus at one go. The computer generated information graphics was presented at the Weimer Exhibition N°1.
About 1300 students and teachers who belonged to the State Bauhaus spread their knowledge to the world in the discipline of architecture in the 20th century. Bauhaus was closed in the year 1933 and the followers were deported. Though, their ideas remained fresh and the lived across countries like Germany and other parts of Europe. The old data of the Bauhausler is now programmed into software for the world to experience the fruits of their research. The social relationship at the Bauhausler can now be reconstructed using this interface.
This exclusive database has been fed with information since 2008 and includes complete information on the representatives of the Bauhaus and the experiences they have undergone. This information helps in investigating the social relationships of the students and the instructors. Most of the data comes from Dr Folke Dietzsch from his dissertation “The Students of the Bauhaus” written in 1991. In 2009, there was information on 4500 individuals, 7000 periods and 1400 personal relationships.