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Media and Materiality in the Neo-Avant-Garde explores the materiality of media technologies and their impact on the avant-garde of the late twentieth century. The essays of the volume range between different art forms (literature, film, music, visual art, performance) and bridge the same contested cultural divides - high and low, ideology and form, art and everyday life - that were once challenged by the avant-garde. Ranging in topics from the Beach Boys to Herbert Eimert, from Scandinavian forests to Warhol's Factory, the perspectives established and the operations performed in Media and Materiality in the Neo-Avant-Garde thus traverse a network of art and technology that has been crucial for more than half a century, and still is today.
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Jonas Ingvarsson is a postdoctoral fellow at the Forum for Intermedial Studies at Linnaeus University, Vaxjoe (Sweden). His current research includes intermediality, media archaeology and posthumanism. Jesper Olsson is LiU Researcher and Swedish Academy Researcher at Linkoeping University (Sweden), freelance critic, and one of the editors of the journal OEI. He has written extensively on contemporary poetry, avant-garde aesthetics, and media history.
Contents: Johan Alfredsson: After Concretism - Bodil Borset: In on me, then away from me - Karl Hansson: Fluxus Haptics - Jonas Ingvarsson: Cutting-up Beach Boys - Jesper Olsson: Stepford Wives and Lingual Music - lIsa Otty: "I'll be your Mirror" - Torben Sangild: the distorted Voice - Ake Toernkvist: Strange Crossing - Marianne Olholm: E-poetry.