By David Ayers,Benedikt Hjartarson,Tomi Huttunen,Harri Veivo

ISBN-10: 3110427095

ISBN-13: 9783110427097

Utopian desire and dystopian depression are attribute positive aspects of modernism and the avant-garde. Readings of the avant-garde have usually sought to spot utopian moments coded in its works and actions as confident indicators of a potential destiny social lifestyles, or because the try and look after wish opposed to the closure of an emergent dystopian present.  The fourth quantity of the EAM sequence, eu Avant-Garde and Modernism reviews, casts mild at the historical past, idea and reality of the utopian and dystopian strands which run via ecu modernism and the avant-garde from the overdue nineteenth to the twenty first century.

The book’s diversified and thoroughly chosen contributions, written via specialists from round 20 international locations, search to reply to such questions as:
·  how have modernism and the avant-garde spoke back to ancient condition in mapping the shape of attainable futures for humanity?
·  how have avant-garde and modernist works awarded beliefs of dwelling as possible choices to the present?
·  how have avant-gardists acted with or opposed to the country to rework human lifestyles or to withstand the instrumental relief of lifestyles by means of management and industrialisation?

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