ANIMATION CINEMA AND POSTMODERNITY
The aesthetic attitude known as “postmodernity” has been evident since the 1950s-60s. It is a result of the crisis faced by major ideologies of both communism and capitalism. This attitude is evident across all forms of art, giving rise to hybrid, eclectic, variegated, and sometimes kitsch forms, deliberately blending different styles.
How does this aesthetic trend manifest in animation cinema?
We will analyse various examples and also explore how artificial intelligence, from its inception, contributes to this postmodern attitude