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Architectures of Excess: Cultural Life in the Information Age (Oxford World's Classics (Paperback)) Paperback – 9 Mar 1995
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From the Back Cover
'Arguing for the need to rethink established positions on aura, subjectivity, time and space, Collins shows that we are defined not just by the struggle between the futuristic and anachronistic but by the way in which the old and the 'already said' is today constantly repackaged and decidedly the 'still being sad'. The jargon of post-modernity becomes easily understood through case STUDIES WHICH MAKE SENSE of cyberpunk fiction, music, film, TV, and contemporary architecture.' --Rob Shields, Carleton University
About the Author
Jim Collins is Associate Professor in the Department of Communications and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame.
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