Friday, 10 April 2009

Another version of the death of postmodernism

Raoul Eshelman believes, like me, that postmodernism ran into the ground in the late 1990s. His version of what's succeeded it is called performatism, and while I'm not convinced by it (unsurprisingly) there are some interesting points of contact between it and digimodernism. Here's an interview he gave recently about performatism. Compare and contrast (maybe!)

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