Popular Culture
&
Literature
Session 2
Contemporary Arts/ Culture/ Literature
v/s
Popular Arts/ Culture/ Literature
v/s
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v/s

v/s

v/s


Popular Culture & Literature
Youth
Culture
AffordabilityAccessibility Celebrity
Culture
Contemporary
Popular
Contemporary
Popular
Pop Culture Postmodernism
Postmodernism
• Intellectual/ Artistic/ Literary Movement
• 1950s (late 20th century)
• v/s Post-war syndrome of Modernism...
Postmodernism
Absurdist
Theatre
Cubist
Painting
Abstract
Sculpture Minimalist
Music
Postmodern
Popular
Postmodern
Popular
(MASS) POPULAR
MEDIA CULTURE
Digital/
Information
Technology
• Bluetooth
• Blogging
• Reality shows
• Facebook
• Twitter
• YouTube (viral videos)
• Podcasting
• Search Engines
• E-boo...
MEDIA &
TECHNOLOGY
Advertising
Ease of use
Visibility
Freedom of
speech
Curiosity
THE END
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Popular Culture & Postmodernism

Postmodernism as reflected in Popular Culture; Contemporary v/s Popular; Postmodern Art.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Popular Culture & Postmodernism

  • 1. Popular Culture & Literature Session 2
  • 2. Contemporary Arts/ Culture/ Literature v/s Popular Arts/ Culture/ Literature
  • 3. v/s 
  • 4. v/s 
  • 5. v/s 
  • 6. v/s 
  • 7. 
  • 8. Popular Culture & Literature Youth Culture AffordabilityAccessibility Celebrity Culture
  • 9. Contemporary Popular
  • 10. Contemporary Popular
  • 11. Pop Culture Postmodernism
  • 12. Postmodernism • Intellectual/ Artistic/ Literary Movement • 1950s (late 20th century) • v/s Post-war syndrome of Modernism • Playful, childlike, magical, mystical, surreal • Simplified, non-elite art & literature • Humour, irony, sarcasm, satire • Allegory, fantasy, medievalist • Scepticism, rejection of institutional control • Inspiration from the past (intertextuality) • Imagination over Reason, science-fiction
  • 13. Postmodernism Absurdist Theatre Cubist Painting Abstract Sculpture Minimalist Music
  • 14. Postmodern Popular
  • 15. Postmodern Popular
  • 16. (MASS) POPULAR MEDIA CULTURE Digital/ Information Technology
  • 17. • Bluetooth • Blogging • Reality shows • Facebook • Twitter • YouTube (viral videos) • Podcasting • Search Engines • E-books • Digital library • Smartphones • Digital Imaging • Digital Photography • Digital Animation in 2D/ 3D • Digital Music • Wi-Fi • Printing technology • Cable/ Satellite technology • Gaming Technology • Online Press • 4D Cinema • Blu ray • Home Cinema • Air traffic • Photoshop • 3D Printing • P2P MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY
  • 18. MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY Advertising Ease of use Visibility Freedom of speech Curiosity
  • 19. THE END