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    Postmodernism before postmodernism existed, this book discusses itself and had characters that made fun of the time period and were not complex.

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    This urinal was presented as art by Duchamp. It was an ordinary, everyday urinal, nothing particularly special. It portrays ironic art styles in the Postmodern era.

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    One of the earliest examples of postmodern literature, this book had three different levels of events and observed the novel-making process.

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    Germany formally surrenders to the Allies. By the end of WWII, London had suffered massive damage from aerial bombings and over 30,000 Londoners were dead.

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    The United States dropped the 1st atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. As a result of this and the subsequent atomic bombing of Nagasaki, the theme of nuclear destruction is a prevalent postmodern theme.

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    India's independence from Great Britain is reflective of the postmodern theme of liberation and multiculturalism.

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    Britain and the US drop supplies for Berliners and Occupation forces in Soviet-Occupied East Berlin.

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    The formation of the Republic of Ireland reflects the postmodern theme of liberation.

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    Lichtenstein is an American artist who is well-known for his pop art works. Pop art is one of many styles used by artists of the Postmodern Era. The work is bright, bold, and colorful.

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    The fight against communism, which was the reason for the Korean War, was a huge issue during the early Postmodern Era.

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    In the Postmodernists' search for "truth," the discovery of the double-helix shape of DNA sheds some light on the biological foundation of life.

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    With the 1st ITV broadcast, commerical TV begins in England as BBC loses its monopoly. TV exemplifies "the effacement of the boundary between high culture and low (mass) culture" described by Dr. Whisnant at Woffod College.

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    Britain's testing of their H-bomb carries on the theme of nuclear destruction and fear of nuclear power that was begun by the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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    Rosenquist painted billboard images. This image is an example of the collage style of the Postmodern Era. Images are layered over and underneath one another to tell a story.

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    Beginning of Post-modern music

    Seen as the beginning of post-modern music. Influenced by the changes in the art world, many credit the Beatles for bringing in those changes of thinking to post-modern music for the first time. Post-modern music is characterized as being ironic, often unpredictable, and intentionally vague in its meaning, often leaving it up to the listener to interpret their own meaning.

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    This book has a nonlinear storyline and contains many paradoxes and failures in logic.

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    David Bowie is best known for his unique voice, intellectual depth, and eclecticism.

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    The rock band, The Who, forms in 1964, later releasing songs such as 'My Generation' and 'Who Are You'. Their songs and lyrics appealed to the youth who wanted to set themselves apart from older generations and rebel against society in general.

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    Post-modern Music

    Post-modern music is a genre that developed during the late 1960's in response to and as a promotion of the large-scale social changes at that time. Post-modern music often used irony and hyperbole to condemn and criticize the ideals and materialism of the modern era. The objective of post-modern music was to celebrate non-conformity and attack the status quo. As a result, this music was many times leading the charge for social justice.

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    This play observes two main characters who do not really understand who they are and keep lapsing in and out of "reality."

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    Homosexuality and abortion are huge social and political issues of the Postmodern Era. Abortion legalization can be seen by some as a women's rights issue, another theme of postmodernism.

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    In this album, the Beatles experimented with many types of musical effects as well as subject matter. The Beatles themselves as well as their song "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" exemplifies the postmodern issue of drug use.

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    Stoked emotions by suggesting revolution in a politically tumultuous period.

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    The book starts with the author explaining why the book was written. The book is an account of events that really happened, but it includes fantastical elements.

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    Collection of short stories that satirizes cultural events. Ballard was a British postmodern writer.

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    This book contains many references and has multiple plot threads that intersect each other. It also contains multiple forms of reasoning.

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    Rise of Punk Rock

    Rise of punk rock. Characterized by very limited instrumentation and lyrics that often have subtle political connotations. This genre still has a strong following today.

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    The British army kills 14 Londerry, Northern Ireland during a protest. Bloody Sunday reflects the theme of liberation.

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    The "Iron Lady" was Great Britain's 1st female Prime Minister. Her election helped to further women's rights and women's societal standing.

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    Album that challenged everything from materialism to traditional education.

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    U2 releases song to memorialize the killing of unarmed civil rights protesters by the British military in Northern Ireland

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    Radiohead used a mixture of jazz, rock, and electronic music to express feelings of alienation, disappointment, disillusion, and loneliness that resonated with the youth of the 1990's.

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    This song is a very strong example of postmodernism. Seems to be a compellation of several disjointed, random ideas with no true meaning to it. It leaves it up to the listener to decide what the song is really about. The lyrics can be taken literally or there may be a deeper meaning to them.

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    Tim Berners-Lee's invention revolutionized postmodern society, connecting everyone and promoting the fast, free flow of ideas. The connection of almost the whole world exemplifies the postmodern theme of multiculturalism.

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    Kazuo Ishiguro is a prominent English postmodern writer.

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    Operation Desert Storm (Gulf War) was a very controversial invasion and demonstrates the importance of oil in postmodern society.

  • Delivered at Melbourne University. Jonathan Kramer attempted to define what postmodern music really is and characterized it based off similarities between multiple examples of postmodern music.

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    One of the greatest examples of postmodern literature, this book contains many endnotes that clarify and discuss parts of the plot, which revolves around a film that is so interesting that people viewing it lose interest in everything else.

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    Shonibare's piece is a statue work. Use of bright fabrics create dimension, color, and movement in his piece. This work is a modern interpretation of "The Swing" by Fragonard, reflecting the recreation-type style of Postmodernism.

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    The invasion of Iraq is another controversial military action.

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    These bombings were Britain's 1st terrorist attack. Terrorism is a huge issue facing the 21st century.

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    Holzer's piece is in the form of LED. Chinese text is translated into English. This is an example of both globalization and multimedia presentation of art in the Postmodern Era.

  • The testing of England's 1st H-bomb carries on the theme of nuclear destruction and fear started by the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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When did postmodernism begin and end? ›

Postmodernism is one of the most controversial movements in art and design history. Over two decades, from about 1970 to 1990, Postmodernism shattered established ideas about art and design, bringing a new self-awareness about style itself.

What is the postmodernism period? ›

Postmodernism is a late 20th-century movement in philosophy and literary theory that generally questions the basic assumptions of Western philosophy in the modern period (roughly, the 17th century through the 19th century). Western philosophy: Modern philosophy. Read more about modern philosophy.

When did the postmodern start? ›

The basic features of what is now called postmodernism can be found as early as the 1940s, most notably in the work of artists such as Jorge Luis Borges. However, most scholars today agree postmodernism began to compete with modernism in the late 1950s and gained ascendancy over it in the 1960s.

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