In his book ‘Retromania, Pop Culture’s Addiction To Its Own Past’ (2011), music journalist Simon Reynolds states that popular (music) culture is suffering from retromania, an incurable addiction to its own past.
Abigail Ann Schwarz experiences Shia LaBeouf’s #IAMSORRY performance exhibit in Los Angeles and the surrounding media coverage.
Examining how Padgett Powell’s treatment of literary devices in ‘The Interrogative Mood: A Novel?’ situates the text in the realm of Metamodernism. The edge of incoherence is a strong position . . .
Notes on Metamodernism co-editor Luke Turner and performance artist Nastja Rönkkö talk to Dazed about their artistic collaboration.
Hi. My name is Rachel. I’m 36 years old, I’m happily married and I agree to this. These words, a recorded sound bite voiced over a motionless studio stage, open Third Angel’s
It has been almost two years since Michael Heizer’s 340-ton quarry boulder was delivered to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and exalted as “Levitated Mass.” The media buzz is long