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Critical Action. Criticism. The act of evaluating and judging Provides the possibility of improvement Different types of criticism depend on the field of study and the audience. Avant Garde Art. Developed in France in late 19 th century Started in the theater as a form of cabaret

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Critical Action


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Criticism

  • The act of evaluating and judging

  • Provides the possibility of improvement

  • Different types of criticism depend on the field of study and the audience


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Avant Garde Art

  • Developed in France in late 19th century

  • Started in the theater as a form of cabaret

  • Expanded to incorporate all forms of expression

  • Can loosely be defined as being “anti”


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Attacking Modernism

  • Avant garde critiques the institution of art

  • Seeks new forms outside of tradition

  • Attempts to provoke the viewer


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Appropriation

  • After WWII the historical Avant Garde (Futurism, Dada, Surrealism) became popular

  • Once against the institution, it was now becoming institutionalized

  • Culture appropriates itself continually


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A Brief History of Punk

  • "punk rock had to come along because the rock scene had become so tame that [acts] like Billy Joel and Simon were being called rock and roll, when to me and other fans, rock and roll meant this wild and rebellious music". Malcolm McClaren

  • The Stooges - 1970

  • Sex Pistols – 1979

  • Mountain Dew - 1996


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