"Postmodernism" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Postmodernism

    Hadley 1 Daniel James Hadley DR2004 Postmodern Drama Dr. Gabriella Calchi-Novati Michaelmas Term 2012 Postmodernism Title: The consequences and manifestation of Postmodern theory on the Visual and Performing Arts‚ with particular reference to the theories of Jean-François Lyotard‚ Jean Baudrillard and Fredric Jameson. Postmodernism is the “state‚ condition‚ or period subsequent to that which is modern” and within art it manifests itself as any of the “styles‚ concepts or points of view

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  • Postmodernism

    Appropriating the work of others in postmodernism 2nd year BA in photography (contemporary practice) hand in date: 13th December Introduction Appropriation is another important sector in the postmodernist idea‚ using the work of other acclaimed artists and making it their own. Whether it is acceptable is a complicated discussion‚ but one this essay will resolve. The postmodern movement rebels against any type of categorisation‚ as it has many diverse forms in which it is depicted‚ such

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  • Postmodernism

    History Essay‚ Postmodernism “Many Postmodern artists sought to deconstruct truths‚ and dominate ideas and cultural forms. Discuss with reference to at least two artists/designers and specifically the techniques they used to achieve these outcomes.” Synopsis This academic essay explores postmodern artists who form new perspective and controversy through the expression of their art. Research of various artists including Alessandro Mendini‚ Andy Warhol‚ David Ligare and Jenny Holzer were examined

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  • Postmodernism

    aware of the differences between postmodernism and modernism. While modernism always tries to find a new way to express something‚ postmodernism has no such concern. Modernism itself is representational‚ normative‚ original and Universalist. It has a linear progress. Postmodernism has no concern about being original. Moreover postmodernism claims that there is not possible way to create something brand new anymore. So‚ contrary to modernism’s originality‚ postmodernism is quotation based. It is simulational

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  • Postmodernism

    Postmodernism ¡§There is a sense in which if one sees modernism as the culture of modernity‚ postmodernism is the culture of postmodernity¡¨ (Sarup 1993). ¡§Modern‚ overloaded individuals‚ desperately trying to maintain rootedness and integrity...ultimately are pushed to the point where there is little reason not to believe that all value-orientations are equally well-founded. Therefore‚ increasingly‚ choice becomes meaningless. According to Baudrillard (1984: 38-9)‚ we must now come to terms

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  • Postmodernism &Marketing

    POSTMODERNISM AND MARKETING During the last ten years very limited number of terms have had a massive impact on almost all social disciplines as the term ‘‘postmodernity’’ has had. It would not be surprising that such a significant term has been the focus of a number of researches within a variety of disciplines. According to Firat‚ Sherry and Venkatesh (1994) ‘‘Debates and discussions regarding postmodernism‚ postmodern culture‚ and postmodernity have created some of the most prolific‚ heated

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  • Postmodernism and Feminism

    Professor: Haim Deuel Lusky Postmodernism and Feminism The question of what happened to feminism during the postmodern times is not easily encapsulated in one phrase or idea as it is actually an amalgam of often purposely ambiguous and fluid ideas. One would have to start researching about postmodernism and what it means‚ let alone search about the history of feminism and its development. After one would research a little bit about postmodernism he or she would realize the knowledge

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  • Postmodernism in Literature

    experimentation championed by writers of the modernist period (relying heavily‚ for example‚ on fragmentation‚ paradox‚ questionable narrators‚ etc.) and a reaction against Enlightenment ideas implicit in Modernist literature. Postmodern literature‚ like postmodernism as a whole‚ is difficult to define and there is little agreement on the exact characteristics‚ scope‚ and importance of postmodern literature. However‚ unifying features often coincide with Jean-François Lyotard’s concept of the "meta-narrative"

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  • What Is Postmodernism

    define exactly what post-modernism is I shall firstly briefly consider some of the events and thinking that led up to the development of this particular school of social theory. I shall then consider some of the common strands of thinking in postmodernism concentrating mainly on the writings of Jean-Francois Lyotard and Jean Baudrillard. I shall then consider the view of David Harvey‚ a Marxist many consider to be writing in the postmodern tradition‚ who argues that post-modernism is just another

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  • Seinfeld and Postmodernism

    Postmodernism pp. 6-12 Analysis: Seinfeld and Postmodernism pp. 12-17 Conclusion p.18 Methodology The connection between Seinfeld’s series and postmodernism was reviewed. In order to comprehend the topic it

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