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The shopmodern condition

Author: Linda Rampell
Publisher: Stockholm, Sweden : Art and Theory Publishing, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In her previous work, Swedish design theorist and critic Linda Rampell has concluded that "the only -ism after postmodernism is consumerism". The postmodern condition has become a shopmodern condition in which aesthetics and economics have merged into aesthetonomics, which defines an economy of evaluating how much a being is worth. This book explores how design consumption is no longer a simple question of making  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Rampell
ISBN: 9163900076 9789163900075
OCLC Number: 972309199
Description: 254 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Design capitalism --
Homo capitalists: made in consumerdom --
McDonald's media --
The aesthetonomical un/conscious --
The conscience market --
Consumption of belief --
I am as many as you are --
Designdarwinism --
J'adore no logo --
Delirium desires --
The hangover after the postmodern party.
Responsibility: Linda Rampell.

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In her previous work, Swedish design theorist and critic Linda Rampell has concluded that "the only -ism after postmodernism is consumerism". The postmodern condition has become a shopmodern condition in which aesthetics and economics have merged into aesthetonomics, which defines an economy of evaluating how much a being is worth. This book explores how design consumption is no longer a simple question of making purchases and consuming goods. Instead, it means to become consumed by images, wherein even identities are consumed.

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