The Information Age

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The Information Age primary forces were brought on by computers and televisions which were the primary forces of the explosion which became to be an every use in the American household which kept them up to date with news and telecast of the news of the wars and the first astronauts to walk on the moon. The computers helped with production storage which was a back up from paper work. The shift from book to screen altered the way individuals perceived reality. My experience in living in the Information Age is that I enjoy having technology from since I can remember to now technology has advanced tremendously looking back to my first cell phone and currently now having a smart phone who would of ever imagined a cell phone would do pretty much just about the same as a computer, I am grateful for having technology from TV shows, to the way you can send a text message and its received instantly etc. living in the Information Age makes life a lot easier and simple. Postmodern which came into use shortly after World War II, it is the era that follows Modernism, and designates the cultural condition of the late twentieth century. Postmodern primarily occurred in the West, artist offered alternatives to the high seriousness and introversion of Modernist expression. Postmodernism is also self consciously populist even to the point of inviting the active participation of the beholder. Postmodern artist bring wry skepticism to the creative act, less preoccupied than Modernist. Postmodernist also acknowledged art as an information system and a commodity shaped by the electronic media, they are more designed than authorial, postmodernist are pluralistic. The visual arts of the Information Age have not assumed any single, unifying style. Rather they are diverse and electric reflecting the postmodern preoccupation with the media shaped image.
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