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Social Sciences - Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc.
|Spanish term or phrase: La destrucción de la forma|
|List of parts to a university module in "Postmodernidad: controversías y transformación de un período inacabado".|
I've played around with all sorts of ideas with the words "shape" and "form" on Google, and the most likely option looks to be "The destruction of the form", but I'm not convinced. Can anyone confirm this or give another translation?
|the destruction of form|
Studyarea.com's Free Essay Site - "Timeline of Art "
But this procedure led to actual destruction of form and its reduction to a series
of decorative elements. Negro art and sculpture had a profound effect and ...
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Other Voices 2.2 (March 2002), Victor Grauer "Formless: A Review"
... very common, type of "postmodern" discourse on the arts. ... destruction of
difference, the work here of the matrix figure, is the destruction of form. ...
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William V. Spanos
"The Destruction of Form in Postmodern American Poetry: The Example of Charles
Olson and Robert Creeley," Amerikastudien, vol. 25 (Winter 1980), 375-404. ...
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Building a Contemporary Glass Collection at the Kunstmuseum ...
... of early studio glass already are there: mainly the destruction of form, ...
piece stylized according to postmodern taste by Keith Brocklehurst in 1990. ...
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[PDF] The Symbolism and Iconography of Noise in Digital Media
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Noise is almost always a by-product of the destruction of form and structure.
When an object. is blown to smitherines, it moves from structure to noise and ...
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