Thursday, December 23, 2010

Paul Klee and John Cage

(Upper) Part of Paul Klee Pedagogical Sketchbook (Faber and Faber Limited, 1968 edition, trans. Sibyl Moholy-Nagy first published under the title: Pädagogisches Skizzenbuch, 1925 as the second of the fourteen BAUHAUS BOOKS edited by Walter Gropius and L. Moholy-Nagy) and (lower) part of John Cage, SILENCE (Wesleyan University Press, 1961).


  1. Thanks for sharing these they are absolutely amazing to see! Since being at university I have realised the strong interconnections between music and mathematics and Maths and creativity!

  2. Hi, thanks for the comment. 'Pedagogical Sketchbook' is fun to read, and important: it influenced even Warhol. It also gives a perspective about the interconnections between European abstract expressionism and Cage. Have a nice holiday!