David Askevold: Political Modernism and Postmodernity
Vanguard, Feb. Spring 1988, v. 17, no. 1, pp. 19-22
In this article, the author defends the significance of political modernism in the postmodern era by postulating that metanarratives still play a vital role in society. The works of David Askevold covered in this article work as modernist artworks by unravelling many of the assumptions of the modernist metanarrative, such as the rational subject, the autonomous individual, and cause-and-effect relationships.
ITEM 1988.056 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Rhea – David Askevold
Jumped Out – David Askevold
How Long Have You Known Barbara? – David Askevold