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A versatile and influential artist of the Bauhaus era, László Moholy-Nagy sought to merge art with the latest technological advances of his time.

By Avishay Artsy

Hungarian-born László Moholy-Nagy is considered one of the most versatile and inventive artists of the 20th century. Prolific in photography, film, painting, sculpture and graphic design, he sought to merge art with the latest technological advances of his time.

A retrospective of Moholy-Nagy’s work, the first in the United States in nearly half a century, opened Feb. 12 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). “Moholy-Nagy: Future Present” was curated in collaboration with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago, where it already has been presented. The exhibition, including more than 250 pieces representing some dozen media, reveals the many facets of an avant-garde artist with little name recognition outside academic circles.

“He thought about art as a very holistic project,” said Carol Eliel, curator of modern art at LACMA. “And he believed in the value of art. He believed in harnessing the strengths of technology to help serve mankind through art.”

Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946) pursued his art like a scientist or engineer, adopting new forms and materials to achieve his desired outcome. Some of his abstract sculptures incorporate Plexiglas to gain a greater level of reflectiveness and light. He made photograms by placing objects on photosensitive paper to create shadowy, ghost-like figures. And he incorporated new types of metals into his sculptures.

“The reality of our century is technology: the invention, construction and maintenance of machines,” Moholy-Nagy wrote in a 1922 article. “To be a user of machines is to be of the spirit of this century. Machines have replaced the transcendental spiritualism of past eras.”

László Moholy-Nagy, 19, 1921, oil on canvas, 44 × 36 1/2 in., Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Gift of Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, BR53.44, © 2017 Hattula Moholy-Nagy/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, photo © President and Fellows of Harvard College

Selections from the work of László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946) at LACMA

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Moholy-Nagy was born Jewish but later converted to Calvinism. He attended an art school in Budapest after serving in the Austro-Hungarian army during World War I. He was heavily influenced by the art movements of the time, such as Dadaism and Russian Constructivism.

He taught at the Bauhaus, an influential German school of art and design, at its Weimar and Dessau campuses. After the Nazis closed the school, he moved to Amsterdam, London and then Chicago in 1937 to start the New Bauhaus school, which later became the Institute of Design, part of the Illinois Institute of Technology.

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School of Music

University of Northern Colorado’s School of Music is a vibrant and vital community of musical performers, composers, scholars, and educators.

Students with a variety of backgrounds, musical interests, and talents comprise the UNC Music Composition section. Students are encouraged to find and develop their own creative voices as composers. Faculty members in the composition section have received performances at festivals and concerts all over the U.S., Europe, South Africa, Australia, and Asia.

Open Space Festival of New Music

Open Space Festival artist panel

Open Space Festival of New Music

Open Space guest artists in composition class

Open Space Festival of New Music

Open Space Festival artist panel

Open Space Festival of New Music

Open Space guest artists in composition class

Open Space Festival of New Music

Each year the Composition Section sponsors the Open Space Festival of New Music. In the past we have featured composers Christian Wolff, Alvin Lucier, Gabriela Ortiz, Jean-Claude Risset, Kyle Gann, and Paul Rudy. Interpreters have included the Callithumpian Consort, the Jake Schepps Quintet featuring mandolinist Matt Flinner, pianist Stephen Drury, French electric guitarist Jean-Marc Montera and saxophonist Raphael Imbert. Open Space 2016 featured guest composer Sean Friar, Rome Prize Fellow for 2011-12.

Student Opportunities

It is a practice of the composition area to offer regular opportunities for students to hear their compositions through readings and in performance; readings are the lab experience for composers to find out what works and what doesn't.

The composition section offers two recitals at the end of each semester on the final two Thursdays at 4:40 pm in which students are required to produce at least one recently-composed work in live performance.

Once a year other performance ensembles such as the UNC Symphony Orchestra, the Prima Voce Singers, or the UNC Concert Band give readings of compositions by students. Visiting ensembles such as the Bent Frequency Duo Project and the Callithumpian Consort of the New England Conservatory also have offered readings with recordings for study purposes for the students.

Throughout the year other guest composers and performers speak to and work with our students. In the spring of 2016 Famoudou Don Moye, percussionist and composer with the legendary Art Ensemble of Chicago is a UNC Schulze Interdisciplinary Speaker sponsored by the composition section. Other guest musicians have included composers Jonathan McNair, Aleks Sternfield-Dunn, Daniel Racer, Paul Osterfield, and percussionist Patti Cudd, among others.

"Composition is introspective spelunking, imaginative trekking, and reactionary commentary, revealed through sound expression."-Conner Shaw, UNC Composition Student

Read more about Conner's work.

Digital Media CompositionMusic TheoryAssistant Professor of MusicFrasier 127A(970) 351-2092 Ludek.Drizhal@unco.edu

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Considering data from the FDA, a recent review suggested an increasing number of tigecycline-related cases of pancreatitis and raised some concerns about a potential pancreatotoxic effect of tigecycline. 1 In an era of pharmacosurveillance, to prevent short- and long-term adverse events, more clinical data are required to assess these concerns, particularly because most publications are single case reports. 2–4 Hence, we retrospectively gathered all prescriptions of tigecycline in our hospital from 2011 to 2016 ( n  = 10). Among them, two cases presented mild pancreatitis lacking the typical stab-like pain, which commonly leads to its diagnosis.

The first patient was a male in his seventies suffering from spinal cord injury, chronic kidney failure, hypertension (captopril) and mild cognitive impairment, with a Charlson score of 8. 5 He was treated with monotherapy of tigecycline (50 mg every 12 h) for ESBL Escherichia coli pyelonephritis. After 6 days, he presented digestive symptoms: anorexia, vomiting and abdominal discomfort, associated with a lipase level of 2460 IU/L (normal lipase range is 73–393 IU/L). Pancreatitis was confirmed by CT scan showing typical oedematous infiltrate (Balthazar A). Therefore, tigecycline was immediately stopped, allowing complete regression of the symptoms and normalization of the lipase level after 48 h.

The second patient was a female in her fifties with a past medical history of hip osteonecrosis due to sickle cell disease, chronic kidney failure and congestive heart failure, with a Charlson score of 5. She was treated for femoral osteomyelitis, caused by EBSL E. coli , with imipenem plus amikacin. At day 6, amikacin was switched to tigecycline (50 mg every 12 h). At day 20, she presented nausea and abdominal discomfort leading to monitor lipasaemia, which returned positive at 1340 IU/L (which is 3.5× the normal range). Hence, tigecycline was immediately discontinued leading to complete regression of symptoms and lipase enzyme level after 24 h.

In the literature, tigecycline-induced pancreatitis has been mainly reported among patients receiving multiple pancreatotoxic drugs, particularly furosemide. 6 They were graded using the Badalov classification system from group I to IV. 7 Our two patients were not taking any additional drugs commonly associated with pancreatitis and were classified as group III (captopril) and group IV, respectively (low risk). Moreover, they did not receive therapeutic interventions associated with potential induction of pancreatitis. These findings support the imputability of tigecycline because of a compatible onset of symptoms. 1

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