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ARTH 1020 - Postmodernism

by: Jazmine Beckstrand

ARTH 1020 - Postmodernism ARTH 1020

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Jazmine Beckstrand
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These notes cover the lectures and assigned readings for class this week.
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Aubrey Marie Hawks
Art, modernism, postmodernism, ArtHistory, Simulacrum
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Date Created: 09/09/16
Week 3: Postmodernism Definitions Key Concepts Locations * = on exam Postmodernism: associated with a rejection of the rigid truths and hierarchies of modernism, an interest in the past traditions that modernism rejected.  Began in architectural designs Fragmentation: challenges subject alienation that is present in modernism. Simulacra: the copy without an original; the image. Pastiche: the varied mixture of elements and motifs; an artistic work in a style that imitates that of another work, artist, or period. Master Narrative: overarching truths that claim to explain everything. Art Dichotomies challenged by Postmodernism  Center vs. periphery  Civilized vs. primitive  High art vs. low art  Culture vs. nature  Image vs. reality  Innovation vs. tradition


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