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  1. The Creations of Jason Salavon in Postpopism: The Contemporary Cultural Zeitgeist and Progression of Warhol’s Pop Art into the Realm of New Media

  2. “I think every painting should be the same size and the same color so they’re all interchangeable and nobody thinks they have a better painting... And if the one ‘master painting’ is good, they’re all good. Besides, even when the subject is different, people always paint the same painting.”— Andy Warhol “When you start to think about you’re one of six and a half billion individuals—what uniqueness means in that kind of context… This idea that one’s identity is defined by the choices they make, the car they drive, the clothes they buy, the kind of couch they have—as one of the many ways of representing one’s identity, is interesting to me…” — Jason Salavon

  3. Comparing the Epochs Modernism, Postmodernism, & Post-postmodernism

  4. Comparing the Movements Pop Art & Post-Popism

  5. Subject in a Super-Capitalist State Cultural Engineering • Reliance on media for information, entertainment, and cultural identity • Media market is dominated by seven multinational corporations • One company, one brand, one logo • Naom Chomsky and “corporate fascism” • “Do we still have freedom of choice?” • “Are we all generic and lumped into identity slots?” • “What structures in media perpetuate these trends?”

  6. Columbus Museum of Art (CMA)CURRENTS: Jason Salavon 1) Abstract treatment of contemporary culture • Transforms the mundane structures of media • Reveals repetition, scripting • Addresses the marginality of the consumer • Questions the marketability of consumer iconography Columbus Museum of Art - CURRENTS: Jason Salavon http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzFuYf2_s8Q Web Portfolio of Jason Salavon http://www.salavon.com

  7. Field Guide to Style & Color

  8. Field Guide to Style & Color

  9. Catalogue to the Sun and Moon

  10. 100 Special MomentsThe Little Leaguer & The Newly Weds

  11. 100 Special MomentsThe Kids with Santa & The Graduate

  12. Portrait (Hals) (2009)and Portrait (Rembrandt) (2009)

  13. The Late Night Triad   2003 Part I: The Tonight Show with Jay LenoPart II: Late Night with Conan O'BrienPart III: Late Show with David Letterman

  14. Everything, All at Once(Part III)

  15. Everything, All at Once(Part III)

  16. Conclusion • Postmodern or Post-postmodern • Progression of Warhol’s Pop Art into New Media, Digital Age • Micro narratives via amalgamations • A new perception of the media around us • “Do we still have freedom of choice?” • Marginalize the media • Irony • Impact of his work