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futurism

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Arts
futurismfu‧tur‧is‧m /ˈfjuːtʃərɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  Aa style of art, music, and literature in the early 20th century which emphasized the importance of modern things, especially technology and machinesfuturist noun [countable]
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futurismThe career of Noyes had shown how some people blended futurism with primitivism.And others may see a big difference between Gingrichian futurism and Buchananite nostalgia, between revolution and counterrevolution.Gingrich's lectures contain clear evidence of his interest in futurism and technology.The result is that any notion of musical futurism has fallen into abeyance.Morris aimed for a balance of futurism and nostalgia.Impressionism begat post-impressionism, which begat cubism, which sired futurism, expressionism and all manner of errant abstractions.
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