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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: "Trodd's book is original, rigorous, and written in a lively prose style. It engages with theories of art following Walter Benjamin concerned with our interaction as subjects with the technical image. The 'post-cinematic' art she analyzes is born of an encounter with the machine. Instead of bemoaning that encounter, Trodd conveys something of the early avant-garde's excitement in the new technology while also maintaining a critical edge. Her excitement is contagious.". Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: The Art of Mechanical Reproduction presents a striking new approach to how traditional art mediums?painting, sculpture, and drawing?changed in the twentieth century in response to photography, film, and other technologies. Countering the modernist view that the medium provides advanced art with ?resistance? against technological pressures, Tamara Trodd argues that we should view art and its practices as imaginatively responding to the potential that artists glimpsed in mechanical reproduction, putting art into dialogue with the commercial cultures of its time.

The Art of Mechanical Reproduction weaves a rich history of the experimental networks in which artists as diverse as Paul Klee, Hans Bellmer, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Smithson, Gerhard Richter, Chris Marker, and Tacita Dean have worked, and it shows for the first time how extensively technological innovations of the moment have affected their work. Original and broad-ranging,  The Art of Mechanical Reproduction challenges some of the most respected and entrenched criticism of the past several decades?and allows us to think about these artists anew.

Sinossi: The Art of Mechanical Reproduction presents a striking new approach to how traditional art mediums—painting, sculpture, and drawing—changed in the twentieth century as a result of photography, film, and other technologies. Explicitly countering the modernist view that advanced art is always medium-specific, Trodd argues instead that we should view art and its practices in relationship to the technologies of the time rather than through the master critical narrative of medium.

Built as a series of interlocked case studies, The Art of Mechanical Reproduction opens with Paul Klee, then moves through Hans Bellmer, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Smithson, Gerhard Richter, Chris Marker, and Tacita Dean. Along the way, Trodd weaves a rich history of the experimental networks in which these artists worked, and shows for the first time how extensively technological innovations of the moment affected their work. Innovative and broad-ranging, The Art of Mechanical Reproduction challenges some of the most respected and entrenched criticism of the past several decades—and allows us to think about these artists anew.

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