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ticle focuses on modernism and the author has turned to present day practitioners whose work are not only the most powerful being done currently, but as well is a wholly committed to the modernist project.
The author has used other author’s examples throughout his work in giving examples on how modernism begins and how postmodernism comes in and changes the way a human being lives. The use of descriptive language style in this context has made the author draw the reader’s attention which is a better method of retaining readers and making an article more interesting. The author has also applied the use of speech; this clearly shows how the author has invited other people’s work in this particular article.
The author has also used descriptive and vivid language in order to add depth to this article. This appeal to mankind senses to deepen any reader’s well understanding of this article (Morris, Tony, Anthony, Watt and Michael 65). To foster this, the author has included some photographs to support some of his facts. These pictures help any reader to visualize the content being talked about at the back of his or her mind.
According to the author, within modernist practice, artists will always reach for signs that function as algorithms of the structural or medium within which they occur. As the center or core of that particular structure, such as a sign, secures the unity or singularity of the task itself, a unity that had been named “aura” in a different era. The author has also elaborated modernity with most trending lifestyle things such as cars and electronic gadgets majorly.
Constitutive heterogeneity may as well define the latest work of a modernist in most part of the article (Cahoone and Lawrence 111). The author has not talked much about himself about modernism which leaves the reader to wonder what type of option he has decided to take. It is until the last sentence of the article that the reader realizes that when the author reveals that the
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