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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 76. Chapters: New Wave music, Contemporary art, Fluxus, Post-surrealism, Digital art, Performance art, M... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 76. Chapters: New Wave music, Contemporary art, Fluxus, Post-surrealism, Digital art, Performance art, Magic realism, Digital media, Happening, Interactive art, Defamiliarization, Conceptual art, Agrippa, Mail art, New media art, World War II in popular culture, Systems art, Glitch art, Arthur Danto, Digital painting, Vision Forum, Simulacrum, Computer art, Electronic art, Tradigital art, Neo-conceptual art, The Thing, Blast Theory, Information art, Maximalism, Site-specific art, Institutional Critique, List of contemporary art museums, Hysterical realism, Complaints Choir, Serial art, Postmodern dance, Speed painting, This is the Public Domain, Invisible 5, Postmodern theatre, Lord Jim Lodge, Polystylism, Contemporary Canadian art, Talent, Superstroke, Rider Spoke, Chianciano International Award for Digital Art and Photography, Ulrike and Eamon Compliant, Russian postmodernism, Public Smog, Can You See Me Now?, Art strike, Figurations on Plastic. Excerpt: Magic realism or magical realism is an aesthetic style or genre of fiction in which magical elements blend with the real world. The story explains these magical elements as real occurrences, presented in a straightforward manner that places the "real" and the "fantastic" in the same stream of thought. It is a film, literary and visual art genre. The term is broadly descriptive rather than critically rigorous: Winona State University Asst. Professor of Japanese Studies, and author, Matthew Strecher defines magic realism as "...what happens when a highly detailed, realistic setting is invaded by something too strange to believe." This critical perspective towards magical realism stems from the Western reader's disassociation with mythology, a root of magical realism more easily understood by non-Western cultures. Western confusion regarding magical realism is due to the "...conception of the real" created in a magical realist text: rather than explain reality using natural or physical laws, as in typical Western texts, magical realist texts create a reality "...in which the relation between incidents, characters, and setting could not be based upon or justified by their status within the physical world or their normal acceptance by bourgeois mentality." Many writers are categorized as "magical realist," which confuses what the term really means and how wide its definition is. While the term magical realism in its modern sense first appeared in 1955, the German art critic Franz Roh first used the phrase in 1925, to refer to a painterly style also known as Neue Sachlichkeit (the New Objectivity), an alternative championed by fellow German museum director Gustav Hartlaub. Roh believed magic realism is related to, but distinctive from, surrealism, due to magic realism's focus on the material object and the actual existence of things in the world, as opposed to the more cerebral, psychological and subconscious reality that the surrealists explored. Magic realism was later

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Titel: Postmodern art
Untertitel: New Wave music, Contemporary art, Fluxus, Post-surrealism, Digital art, Performance art, Magic realism, Digital media, Happening, Interactive art, Defamiliarization, Conceptual art, Agrippa, Mail art, New media art. Herausgegeben von Source: Wikipedia
EAN: 9781157538400
ISBN: 978-1-157-53840-0
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Books on Demand
Anzahl Seiten: 76
Gewicht: 165g
Größe: H4mm x B246mm x T189mm
Jahr: 2011