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23 APRIL 2007

Aspen: pioneering multimedia magazine of the arts

"Aspen, [was] a multimedia magazine of the arts published by Phyllis Johnson from 1965 to 1971. Each issue came in a customized box filled with booklets, phonograph recordings, posters, postcards ? one issue even included a spool of Super–8 movie film."
(Andrew Stafford)




196519718mmAspen (magazine)avant-garde • culture breaking • groundbreaking • iconoclastic • magazinemoviemultimedia • multimedia magazine • Phyllis Johnson • pioneer • super 8
21 JUNE 2006

Barthes: Death Of The Author

"The author is a modern figure, produced no doubt by our society insofar as, at the end of the middle ages, with English empiricism, French rationalism and the personal faith of the Reformation, it discovered the prestige of the individual, or, to put it more nobly, of the 'human person' Hence it is logical that with regard to literature it should be positivism, resume and the result of capitalist ideology, which has accorded the greatest importance to the author's 'person'."

(Roland Barthes 1993)

Barthes, Roland (1993) "Image Music Text", Fontana Press.



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