Surrealism at Play

About the Author: Susan Laxton

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Surrealism at Play
  • Susan Laxton
  • 17 September 2019
  • 1478003073

Surrealism at Play In Surrealism At Play Susan Laxton Writes A New History Of Surrealism In Which She Traces The Centrality Of Play To The Movement And Its Ongoing Legacy For Surrealist Artists, Play Took A Consistent Role In Their Aesthetic As They Worked In, With, And Against A Post WWI World Increasingly Dominated By Technology And Functionalism Whether Through Exquisite Corpse Drawings, Man Ray S Rayographs, Or Joan Mir S Visual Puns, Surrealists Became Adept At Developing Techniques And Processes Designed To Guarantee Aleatory Outcomes In Embracing Chance As The Means To Produce Unforeseeable Ends, They Shifted Emphasis From Final Product To Process, Challenging The Disciplinary Structures Of Industrial Modernism As Laxton Demonstrates, Play Became A Primary Method Through Which Surrealism Refashioned Artistic Practice, Everyday Experience, And The Nature Of Subjectivity.