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  • '''Hulten, K.G.P. ''Futurism & Futurisms''.''' New York: Abbevill, 1986. [[Category: Graphic & Plastic A ...y, Graphic & Plastic Arts.[http://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Futurism:_A_Modern_Focus]
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  • '''Waterhouse, John C. "Futurism."''' ''The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians''. Stanley Sadie, ed As in other arts, Futurism in music was a movement in the early 20th c. trying to present "subversivel
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  • '''''Futurism: A Modern Focus''.''' New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1973. [[Category: Graphi ...ore World War I and produced a number of works celebrating machines. See ''Futurism'' volume for a view the movement from late in the 20th c.
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  • Goldberg, Roselee. ''Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present''. New York: Abrams, 1988. Revised and enlarged edition of R ...ography and puppets, moving sets and mechanical costumes. RG finds Russian Futurism more political. The Constructivists announced the death of painting and sup
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  • See for context of Futurism and other relevant movements in art.
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  • '''''Futurism: A Modern Focus''.''' New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1973. [[Category: Graphi ...ore World War I and produced a number of works celebrating machines. See ''Futurism'' volume for a view the movement from late in the 20th c.
    310 bytes (48 words) - 23:29, 24 October 2014
  • '''Hulten, K.G.P. ''Futurism & Futurisms''.''' New York: Abbevill, 1986. [[Category: Graphic & Plastic A ...y, Graphic & Plastic Arts.[http://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Futurism:_A_Modern_Focus]
    273 bytes (40 words) - 23:09, 20 May 2019
  • '''Waterhouse, John C. "Futurism."''' ''The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians''. Stanley Sadie, ed As in other arts, Futurism in music was a movement in the early 20th c. trying to present "subversivel
    427 bytes (65 words) - 18:50, 29 October 2014
  • Goldberg, Roselee. ''Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present''. New York: Abrams, 1988. Revised and enlarged edition of R ...ography and puppets, moving sets and mechanical costumes. RG finds Russian Futurism more political. The Constructivists announced the death of painting and sup
    2 KB (241 words) - 23:38, 26 October 2014
  • See for context of Futurism and other relevant movements in art.
    196 bytes (27 words) - 01:10, 28 October 2014
  • ...and concludes the summary with "Hence, Neuromancer expresses a sentimental futurism" (headnote to IC-R's "[[Antimancer: Cybernetics and Art in Gibson's Count Z
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  • This show at New York's Kent Fine Art was "an odd mix of breathless futurism, technophilia, and muddled philosophy . . ." (166).
    246 bytes (32 words) - 16:33, 27 October 2014
  • ...cluding useful articles on electronic music, mechanism as a musical theme, Futurism in music, computers in music. See this Category, entry for J. C. Waterhouse
    461 bytes (66 words) - 00:12, 7 August 2019
  • ...in this Category the entry for Roselee Goldberg, "[[Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present]]."
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  • ...i, "Enlisting and Updating: Ruggero Vasari and the Shifting Coordinates of Futurism in Eastern and Central Europe."[https://www.academia.edu/1483252/Enlisting_
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  • ...of traditional affections. Hence, ''Neuromancer'' expresses a sentimental futurism [and ''Count Zero'' is a flawed "penance for ''Neuromancer''"]. (p. 63)
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  • ...visions of futuristic labs and devices as seen in comic book Modernism and Futurism shortly before the middle of the 20th c. We get in the story an interesting
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  • ...remember our anticipations of the future, and excavate the iconography of 'futurism' and other manifestations of a 'retro' aesthetics in order to argue that bo
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  • ...se of hallucinatory iconography associated with the sixties and "visionary futurism" associated with the thirties in his visual descriptions of cyberspace hint ...true continuum [...], a still-present legacy of blindly visionary thirties futurism and thirties science fiction. It is something we might not always see [...]
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  • ...tamorphosis" (10). "Though obsolete in many of its aspects, the mechanical futurism of Forster's world appears threateningly close in others. Fax, e-mail, inte
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  • ...e that’s nostalgic” and “The difference between genuine futurism and retro-futurism” as “the difference between what the future once man to people and what
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  • [...C]onsidering Indigenous Futurism, it is implied that history is an efficacious route to access technology. T
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