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now i reading "babsku knigu"
Hal Foster............Postmodernism: A Preface (learned)
Jurgen Habermas.......Modernity An Incomplete Project (cruelly passed hehe)
Kenneth Frampton......Towards a Critical Regionalism: Six Points for an Architecture of Resistance
Rosalind Krauss.......Sculpture in the Expanded Field
Douglas Crimp.........On the Museum's Ruins
Craig Owens...........The Discourse of Others: Feminists and Postmodernism
Gregory L. Ulmer....The Object of Post-Criticism
Fredric Jameson.......Postmodernism and Consumer Society(passed, interesting)
Jean Baudrillard......The Ecstasy of Communication(passed, too obscene)
Edward W Said.........Opponents, Audiences, Constituencies and Community
Current Mood: contemplative
Current Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVTvrzjQAGY
..deleted via russian language
in english/deutsch, please
upd. 4Logic was extended via using new _\ (lambda) ideoms.
Philip Glass and Terry Riley
the pop buildings and decorated sheds celebrated by Robert Venturi in his manifesto, Learning
from Las Vegas; Andy Warhol and Pop art, but also the more recent Photo-
realism; in music, the moment of John Cage but also the later synthesis of
classical and "popular" styles found in
composers like Philip Glass and Terry Riley, and also punk and new-wave rock with such groups as the
Clash, the Talking Heads and the Gang of Four; in film, everything that comes out of Godar
the works of William Burroughs,
Thomas Pynchon and Ishmael Reed on the one hand, and the French new
novel on the other, are also to be numbered among the varieties of what can
be called postmodernism.
Polanski's great film Chinatown
Bertolucci's The Conformist
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Naked Lunch (1991)
film called Body Heat, похож на
postman Always Rings Twice or Double Indemnity.
novels of E.L. Doctorow Ragtime
фильм Loon Lake
the most significant postmodernist artists John Cage, John Ashbery, Philippe
Sollers, Robert Wilson, Andy Warhol, Ishmael Reed, Michael Snow, even
Samuel Beckett himself are in any sense schizophrenics.
(phrase of the day)
from Jean Baudrillard......The Ecstasy of Communication
"all the useless information that
comes to you from the entire world, like a microscopic pornography of the
universe, useless, excessive, just like the sexual close-up in a porno film"