Chronophobia - On Time in the Art of the 1960s

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Chronophobia is a critical attempt to define the subject of time and 1960s art and analyze it in relation to technology. Lee discusses the chronophobia of art relative to the emergence of the Information Age in postwar culture. The accompanying rapid technological transformations, including the advent of computers and automation processes, produced for many an acute sense of historical unknowing; the seemingly accelerated pace of life began to outstrip any attempts to make sense of the present.
Author Pamela M. Lee
Language English
Published 2006
Binding PBK
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