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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Gauthier, a vertical farming expert at the Princeton Environmental Institute, told Futurism.
Although in these early years he was still actively involved in radical leftist endeavors in the name of Futurism, already from 1911 with his participation in the Libyan War, we can understand the artist's unwavering commitment to supporting Italy's wars above all else.
Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) launched the Dubai Tourism Futurism Competition in partnership with Gitex Future Stars.
Ouspenskey and the feminist futurism of Mina Loy, to illustrate NietzscheAEs influence on the early formation of the rhetorical mode of evolutionary futurism, then critiques Francis FukuyamaAEs assertion of transhumanism as taking science fiction seriously.
Speaking about the Dubai Tourism Futurism Competition, Yousuf Lootah, Executive Director - Tourism Development & Investments, Dubai Tourism, said: "Dubai has grown to become the business capital of the region -- and, through the launch of the first-ever Dubai Tourism Futurism Competition, we aim to continue to encourage pioneering thinking, and offer a platform for startups to succeed.
The Futurism competition features two key pillar categories - hospitality and visitor experience - for which individuals and startups can submit innovative ideas and business plans.
The spread of Futurism in Spain would have far-reaching effects, influencing Rafael Cansinos Assens (who would himself later publish poetry in Prometeo's pages) to found Spain's first avant-garde movement, Ultraismo.
Boccioni's death allowed him to remain forever frozen as the hero of early Futurism, never tarnished by the brush of Fascism.
Keywords: Italian Futurism, political art, performance studies, self-fashioning, anti-fascism.
The altered press responses to Futurism were initially prompted by the enthusiastic enlistment of many key Futurist figures in the army in May 1915, and particularly by the decision of Marinetti, Umberto Boccioni, Luigi Russolo, Antonio Sant'Elia and Mario Sironi to volunteer for the Lombard Battalion of Volunteer Cyclists and Motorists in May 1915, with whom they saw combat in autumn in the mountains of Trentino at Lake Garda.
The course began with an in-depth introductory unit on futures studies, during which Bishop taught us the basics of futurism and laid out the plan for the semester.
For Devo, an absurdist punk-rock band formed in 1972 whose members were influenced by the aesthetics of Russian Futurism, just about everyone in the group was an artist--including Mark Mothersbaugh.
The co-founder today runs the secretive Google X laboratory, which explores the latest in tech futurism, including self-driving cars, Google Glass and contact lenses that measure glucose, the report added.
It looks primarily at three avant-garde Italian art intellectuals and their responses to the nascent form of film in the 1910s: Filippo Thommaso Marinetti, the founding figure of Futurism, Gabriele D'Annunzio, the leader of Italian Decadentism, and Luigi Pirandello, a father of European avant-garde and absurdist theatre.
Readers of the Guardian and the New York Times Magazine may recognize the dark humor of Tom Gauld, whose sizable new collection of cartoons pokes fun at literature of all stripes--putting a Beckettian spin on Tintin, for instance, and imagining a Bronte sisters video game--not to mention futurism, religion, modern art, and human hubris and frivolity.