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‘The notion that nothing new can be made is a fundamental aspect to Postmodern art.’ (Sturken and Cartwright). Consider this in terms of two Postmodern images.

Sturken and Cartwright’s notion of nothing new being a fundamental aspect in postmodern art is itself gleaned from other sources, starting perhaps with Jean Baudrillard’s concept of the map. Baudrillard, a French philosopher, opens Simulacra and Simulation detailing how thoughts on the concept of the … Continue reading‘The notion that nothing new can be made is a fundamental aspect to Postmodern art.’ (Sturken and Cartwright). Consider this in terms of two Postmodern images.