Chris Garratt,Richard Appignanesi


Introducing Postmodernism tracks the idea back to its roots by taking a tour of some of the most extreme and exhilarating events, people and thought of the last hundred years: in art-constructivism, conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp, Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol; in politics and history – McCarthy's witch-hunts, feminism, Francis Fukuyama and the Holocaust; in philosophy – the work of Derrida, Baudrillard, Foucault and Heidegger. This book also explores postmodernism's take on today, and the anxious grip of globalization, unpredictable terrorism and unforeseen war that greeted the dawn of the 21st century.
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    The ways we think – or better, those assumptions we take for granted – are pre-established by superstructural ideologies.
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    Dadaism was crucially important for releasing – or unleashing – automatism, a junking of all traditional rules of art in favour of chance as the direct creative access to the unconscious. Pollock’s “drip” action paintings closely answer to the prescription of automatism later theorized by Surrealism.

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