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Post Modernism

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A slideshow representing post modernism that I recently presented at Tafe.

A slideshow representing post modernism that I recently presented at Tafe.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Postmodernism is hard to define, because it is a concept that appears in a wide variety of disciplines or areas of study, including art, architecture, music, film, literature, sociology, communications, fashion, and technology.
  • 3. Baudrillard
    • The condition of hyper-reality, as posited by Jean Baudrillard, leads to a world in which there are no distinctions between the simulacra and that which they simulate: "The new postmodern universe tends to make everything a simulacrum. By this Baudrillard means a world in which all we have are simulations, there being no 'real' external to them, no 'original' that is being copied. There is no longer a realm of the 'real' versus that of 'imitation' or 'mimicry' but rather a level in which there are only simulations."
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  • 4. Art Movements 1960’s Pop Art Andy Warhol: 1962-1973 Minimalism Dan Flavin: Conceptual Art 1968-1986 Marcel Duchamp Feminism 1970-1978 Barbara Kruger
  • 5. Movements Neo-Conceptualism :1985-1992 Cindy Sherman: 1990’s-now: Video, installations Matthew Barney Cremaster Suite Performance Art: 1968-1991
  • 6. The late 70’s to the early 80’s: impulses & drives seemed spent. There were no more rules to break. One can do something new for only so long before repetition occurs.
  • 7.
    • Artist plays with different styles; aesthetics; pastiche all-important Pop Art, Dada, montage.
    • Photoshop: photos and video can be altered completely; montage (where's the reality?) Art is consumed by capitalism.
    • Art as process, performance, production. Art as recycling of culture authenticated by audience and validated in subcultures sharing identity with the artist.
    • Art as copies (Andy Warhol's Factory) Digital media: there is no distinction between an original and a copy
    • Play, irony, challenge to official seriousness, subversion of earnestness.
    • Hybridity, promiscuous genres, recombinant culture, pastiche.
    Summary
  • 8. References
    • Slide-1: Anthony Klyza: personal communication
    • Slide-2: www.colorado.edu/English/courses/ENGL2012Klages/index.html
    • Slide-3: http://nmc.loyola.edu/intro/postmod/pomolecture2.htm#
    • www.lancs.ac.uk/ug/fosterz/Koons/Jeff%20Koons.htm
    • http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damian_Hirst
    • Slide-4: http://spaightwoodgalleries.com/Media/Warhol/Warhol_after_mar_Pink_br.jpg
    • www.davismuseum.wellesley.edu/.../flavin.jpg
    • www.cvm.qc.ca/.../Marcel%20Duchamp.jpg www.tate.org.uk/magazine/issue3/images/consum...
    • Slide-5 betaparticle.com/blog/template_archives.asp?c ...
    • www.performance.art.pl/images/9zamek/019.jpg www.georgetown.edu/faculty/irvinem/visualarts...
    • Slide-6: Quote, page 456: Patrick Franke, 2006. Artforms . Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
    • James Turrell, Night Passage, 1987 - new media
    • Slide-7: http:// nmc.loyola.edu/intro/postmod/default.htm
    • www.artnewyork.org/31.html

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