On: Postmodernism

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03:02:34
“Postmodernism is a very complicated term.”

03:05:53
“Postmodernism lacks central leadership or a hierarchy as well as an organizing principle.”
03:08:42

“Apparent postmodern attitudes involve irony, contradiction, ambiguity and diversity.”
03:12:17
“Real postmodernism is influenced by the trends and evolutions of culture and society.”

 

03:13:11
“Postmodernism can refer to artistic, creative, cultural or intellectual states.

03:14:28
“It could be possible that postmodernism is just a buzzword that’s been around since 1914.”
03:21:59

“Postmodernism is hard to see or locate.”
03:27:04
“Truly, postmodernism is now the same as modernism, but it’s still fun to criticize modernism.”
03:27:31
“And, it’s even more fun to criticize postmodernism.”
03:28:35
“If postmodernism is the deconstruction of modernism, then what will deconstruct postmodernism?”
03:31:20
“Lines between genres have been blurred because of postmodern philosophy.”
03:34:15
“As near as we can tell, postmodernism is subjective and modernism is objective.”

 

03:53:55
“Postmodernism seems to dwell too much on self-consciousness.”

03:57:01

“Simply put, postmodernism is art occurring after, or in contradiction to modernism.”
03:59:38
“Fragmentation, discontinuous creativity and randomness are emphasized in postmodern activities.”
04:06:24
“Postmodernism patently rejects formal aesthetic beliefs in favor of spontaneity and creative discovery.”
04:12:27
“Thankfully, postmodernism has erased the distinctions between “high” and “low” forms of pop culture.”
04:17:16
“If the design of a tea pot is described as “postmodern”, do you know what that means?”
04:20:00
“Neither do I, but it sure sounds cool.”


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