futurism


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an artistic movement in Italy around 1910 that tried to express the energy and values of the machine age

the position that the meaning of life should be sought in the future

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In Le Roi Bombance, the impossibility of a mediation between the two domains is articulated plastically on the stage and pushed to its ultimate conclusion, and in this sense the play constitutes a necessary step towards Futurism as the attempt to overcome precisely the stalemate here represented.
Futurism was defined by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti (1876-1944) in "The Futurist Manifesto," published in the Parisian paper Le Figaro on February 20, 1909 (4).
During 1915, in Lacerba, Prezzolini, Papini and Soffici accused Marinetti of subjugating other Futurists, and this was the occasion to distance themselves both from Marinetti and from 'minor' members of Futurism.
The exhibition entitled 'At a Standstill' covers the period from 1909, when the Manifesto of Futurism was published, to 1989.
This is so evident in Italian futurism, that its entire history should be re-examined in the light of the works created by the female contingent.
Gamer (18, 95mins) Writer-directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor abandon the turbo-charged action of Crank and its sequel for grim futurism in this all-guns-blazing variation on The Running Man.
HHH GAMER (18) WRITER-DIRECTORS Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor abandon the turbo-charged action of Crank and its sequel for grim futurism in this all-guns-blazing variation on The Running Man.
SCI-FI WRITER-directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor abandon the turbo-charged action of Crank and its sequel for grim futurism in this all-guns-blazing variation on The Running Man.
However, Futurism was always highly specific in its exuberant celebration of machine civilization--"the white-hot iron of joy"--and distinctly sensational in its performative essence.
Of the two, Ballard's text is the most dystopian and its inclusion here implicates Lynn's work in dealing with the dichotomy between beneficial architectural pioneering and what might later be seen as ill-conceived futurism.
Philosophy and the Arts contains such terms as abstract expressionism, classicism, futurism, postcolonial theory, and surrealism.
American Correctional Association, Winter Conference, "Forward Thinking and Futurism," Jan.
Man in the Machine is the aural equivalent of the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, with themes of futurism rife throughout.
Sanders (emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Bridgewater State College, Massachusetts), "The Philosophy Of Science Fiction Film" focuses upon science fiction films in terms of their philosophical implications and issues including 'Engimas of Identity and Agency'; 'Extraterrestrial Visitation, Time Travel, and Artificial Intelligence; and Brave Newer World: Science Fiction Futurism.
The cases of Italian futurism and jazz are clearly stated, with many interesting and enlightening examples.