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  • Author:
    Dorothée Brill
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Dorothée Brill brings much-needed clarification to some difficult issues, including the roles of shock in art of the modern era, the importance . Series: Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture. Hardcover: 256 pages. Publisher: Dartmouth (November 9, 2010).

Dorothée Brill brings much-needed clarification to some difficult issues, including the roles of shock in art of the modern era, the importance of historical and geographical contexts for avant-garde artistic manifestations, and the differences between Dada and the self-described ‘neo-dada’ Fluxus movement, differences that generate more complex understandings of both. Jacquelynn Baas, independent scholar and director emeritus, University of California Berkeley Art Museum).

In this thought-provoking work, Dorothée Brill examines notions of shock and the senseless in Dada and .

In this thought-provoking work, Dorothée Brill examines notions of shock and the senseless in Dada and Fluxus, pairing two distinctly radical art movements that challenged the very notion and purpose of art. Laying out a genealogy of surrealisms, she addresses the senseless in artistic production as a strategy toward shock-generally considered to be characteristic of the historical avant-garde

Laying out a genealogy of surrealisms, she addresses the senseless in artistic production as a strategy toward shock .

Laying out a genealogy of surrealisms, she addresses the senseless in artistic production as a strategy toward shock-generally considered to be characteristic of the historical avantgarde. Examining the changing correlation between the notions of shock and the senseless in their artistic use in prewar Europe and postwar America, Brill arrives at a new understanding of the overstrained and generally pejorative catch phrase of "shock for shock's sake. In this thought-provoking work, Dorothee Brill examines notions of shock and the senseless in Dada and Fluxus, pairing two distinctly radical art movements that challenged the very notion and purpose of art.

Shock and the Senseless in Dada and Fluxus (Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture) Dorothée Brill In this thought-provoking work, Dorothée Brill examines notions of shock and the senseless in Dada and Fluxus, pairing two distinctly radical art movements that challenged the very notion and purpose of ar. Examining the changing correlation between the notions of shock and the senseless in their artistic use in prewar Europe and postwar America, Brill arrives at a new understanding of the overstrained and generally pejorative catch phrase of shock for shock’s sake. Download Shock and the Senseless in Dada and Fluxus (Interfaces:.

In this thought-provoking work, Dorothee Brill examines notions of shock and the senseless in Dada and .

In this thought-provoking work, Dorothee Brill examines notions of shock and the senseless in Dada and Fluxus, pairing two distinctly radical art movements that challenged the very notion and purpose of art. Laying out a genealogy of surrealisms, she addresses the senseless in artistic production as a strategy toward shock-generally considered to be characteristic of the historical avant-garde

Examining the changing correlation between the notions of shock and the senseless in their artistic use in prewar Europe and postwar America, Brill arrives at a new understanding of the overstrained and generally pejorative catch phrase of shock for shock’s sake.

Examining the changing correlation between the notions of shock and the senseless in their artistic use in prewar Europe and postwar America, Brill arrives at a new understanding of the overstrained and generally pejorative catch phrase of shock for shock’s sake.

This book series from Dartmouth College Press brings together approaches to visual culture-broadly conceived-that assess these dynamics critically and that break new ground in. .Shock and the Senseless in Dada and Fluxus.

This book series from Dartmouth College Press brings together approaches to visual culture-broadly conceived-that assess these dynamics critically and that break new ground in understanding their effects and implications. Against Immediacy Video Art and Media Populism The participatory vision of early video art. Kaizen, William. The Art of Evolution Darwin, Darwinisms, and Visual Culture A timely and stimulating collection of essays about the impact of Darwin's ideas on visual culture. A groundbreaking analysis of two movements of the historical avant-garde.

The new and impressively comprehensive Brill Dictionary of Religion addresses religion as an element of daily life and public . Shock and the Senseless in Dada and Fluxus (Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture).

The new and impressively comprehensive Brill Dictionary of Religion addresses religion as an element of daily life and public discourse. In this thought-provoking work, Dorothee Brill examine. т 2371.

Neo-Dada was a movement with audio, visual and literary manifestations that had similarities in method or intent . Pop Art, Dada, and Appropriation. Dorothée Brill, Shock and the Senseless in Dada and Fluxus, Dartmouth College 2010.

Neo-Dada was a movement with audio, visual and literary manifestations that had similarities in method or intent with earlier Dada artwork. In the United States the term was popularized by Barbara Rose in the 1960s and refers primarily, although not exclusively, to work created in that and the preceding decade. Catherine Craft, An Audience of Artists: Dada, Neo-Dada, and the Emergence of Abstract Expressionism, University of Chicago 2012.

In this thought-provoking work, Dorothée Brill examines notions of shock and the senseless in Dada and Fluxus, pairing two distinctly radical art movements that challenged the very notion and purpose of art. Laying out a genealogy of surrealisms, she addresses the senseless in artistic production as a strategy toward shock—generally considered to be characteristic of the historical avant-garde. Examining the changing correlation between the notions of shock and the senseless in their artistic use in prewar Europe and postwar America, Brill arrives at a new understanding of the overstrained and generally pejorative catch phrase of “shock for shock’s sake.”