It has been five years since our essay-cum-opening statement ‘Notes on Metamodernism’ was published in the Journal of aesthetics and culture, about six and a half years since it was written, and
Metamodernism is a term that has gained traction in recent years as a means of articulating developments in contemporary culture, which, it is argued (and our generation appears to intuitively recognise) has seen a move beyond the postmodern mode…
Writer and curator Daniel C Blight casts his critical eye on the Fotomuseum Winterhur’s blog, Still Searching, and the role of politics in art education.
Kim Levin just published an article in ARTnews describing the end of postmodernism and the emergence of metamodernism. She writes: In the past couple of years, there’s been a new post- Postmodern
The interweb has been abuzz of late with talk of The New Aesthetic. A never-ending stream of polemical blog posts and autobot-regurgitated twitter commentaries (hashtag #newaesthetic) bombards us from every angle. What
In his recent study The Signature of All Things, the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben suggests that the present can be discovered on the shores of remembrance and recovered at the frontiers of