Reconstructing Pop/Subculture: Art, Rock, and Andy Warhol
SAGE Publications, 17 abr. 1995 - 240 páginas
This exploration of the phenomena of Andy Warhol's influence on glitter rock and pop art reconceptualizes and re-evaluates many of the theoretical claims of subculture theory. Reconstructing Pop//Subculture provides an historical account of the tensions that arose in Western culture during the 1960s and 1970s between various factions which were forced to engage in explicit confrontations//dichotomies.
Cagle proposes a theoretical framework that incorporates notions of productivity with reception and re-examines the critical relationships between style, youth culture, incorporation, hegemony and resistance. He focuses on the ways in which fans take up trends presented through the mass media and adopt them through disi
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For many , the Factory offered refuge , and it was an unmatchable showcase where they could display their talents . In addition , gay men , the A - men , and transvestites found that the Factory had no protocol when it came to the ...
Indeed , as Peter Doggett claims , Before the Factory , Reed had the scenarios for his songs ; Warhol provided the cast and the telling details . Reed soon abandoned the sweaters and casual jackets he'd affected since leaving Syracuse ...
Each of these forms was applied to the Factory , although it did not always encounter them in the manner described in Subculture ( 90-99 ) . First , the Factory was never a large enough subculture to warrant any law and order campaigns ...
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