This is the name given to a philosophical perspective on art popular during the early part of the 20th century where the random is valued over the structural, the illogical over the logical, the absurd over the reasonable, and the un-traditional over the conventional.
This is the name given to a branch of Buddhist philosophy emphasizing the value of individual insight in the search for spiritual enlightenment over textual teaching and/or study.
This medium, throughout the book, is generally perceived or portrayed by the author as being traditional, conservative, confined, and rigid, but he experiments with it.
This term has been used to describe the work of the author and his fellow innovators since it first appeared on the scene. It is hallmarked by a sense of randomness and unpredictability.
This type of art, with its deliberate lack of...
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