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16 SEPTEMBER 2014

Peter Saville: Abstraction and Design

"Legendary designer Peter Saville says abstract art is part of our everyday lives. From Kasimir Malevich and his Black Square through to contemporary product design, in an exclusive film for BBC Arts Online he makes the argument that modern devices such as iPods owe their shape and feel to pioneers of Abstraction, via the fundamental building blocks of the Bauhaus and Dieter Rams."

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20th century design • Apple iPod • Bauhaus School • BBC Arts Online • black squaredesign history • Design Museum London • Dieter RamsFactory Recordsgraphic designiPodJonathan IveKazimir Malevich • mainstream culture • Marcel Breuer • mass production • Model B3 chair • modern devices • modernist design principles • our relationship to technology • Peter Saville • pioneers of abstraction • product design • reductionist aesthetics • shape and feel • Suprematismvisual abstractionvisual simplicity • Wassily Chair

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Simon Perkins
29 JANUARY 2012

The Way We Were: post-punk performances from the 1970s

"Channel 4 UK programme first broadcast circa 1984 / 1985–ish. Hosted by the late Tony Wilson, it's a compilation of performances by bands taken from his previous TV shows in the late 70's, such as So It Goes. Includes Sex Pistols, Clash, Buzzcocks, Iggy Pop, The Fall, Elvis Costello, Blondie, Penetration, Wreckless Eric, Ian Dury, Tom Robinson, Magazine, John Cooper Clarke, XTC and Joy Division–many of them making their TV debuts."

(The Herb Whisperer)

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1970s197619771978 • alternative • alternative music • alternative rock • authorshipbandBlondie • Buzzcocks • Channel 4 • Cherry Vanilla • compilationdebut • Devo • DIY ethicdocumentary • Elvis Costello • Factory Records • Ian Dury • Iggy Popindie rockindie scene • John Cooper Clarke • Joy Divisionlive performance • Magazine (band) • musicmusic documentarymusic videonew wave • Nick Lowe • Penetration (band) • performances • Poly Styrene • post-punkpunkpunk rockpunk rock ethosSex PistolsSham 69 • Siouxsie and the Banshees • So It Goes • subcultureThe Clash • The Fall • The Jam • Tom Robinson Band • Tony WilsonTV • TV programme • UK • underground music • Wreckless Eric • XTC • youth culture

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Simon Perkins
05 JUNE 2009

Factory Records 'broke the rules'

"It is 30 years since Factory Records, the Manchester–based indie music label behind bands like Joy Division and the Happy Mondays, was born. Reporter Nicola Stanbridge investigates whether the label contributed significantly to the regeneration of Manchester."
(BBC, 4 June 2009)

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1978 • A Certain Ratio • BBC • cottage industry • creative industriesenterpriseentrepreneurshipFactory Recordsgraphic designindie rockindie sceneJoy DivisionManchestermusicNew Ordernew wave • OMD • Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark • Peter Savillepost-punkrecording • The Durutti Column • The Happy MondaysTony WilsonUKurban regeneration

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Simon Perkins
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