Winter 2002
Volume 5
Number 2

The Old In and Out

Jan Tumlir
Jan Tumlir Modernism Walter Benjamin Andy Warhol Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe Kant Clement Greenberg Timothy Martin Donald Judd photography architecture Theodor Adorno uncanny painting Michael Fried Robert Morris theatricality glamour Edgar Allan Poe Poe House of Usher Roderick Usher Madeline Usher extinction Bildungsroman Modernity Industrial Revolution neurasthenia Gothic architecture Romantic Goth pathetic fallacy mimesis imitation aestheticism kitsch industrialism dehumanization house home private white cube incarceration Marquis de Sade Dostoyevsky Kafka Proust prisoner interior exterior external anthropomorphism face Todorov Gothic Fantasy fantastic marvelous unreliable narrator zig-zag mise-en-abyme house of mirrors evil incest family oppression 1839 advent of the photograph hand of the artist verisimilitude portrait gaze of the viewer aura Plato’s cave flatness illusionism anti-Minimalist Art and Objecthood Clifford Still Pollock paranoia arbitrariness junk abstraction Shakespeare panopticon doppelganger elsewhere space-time continuum incommensurable literalism state of grace Noel Carroll Age of Reason Enlightenment cultural memory Freud neurotic Leslie Fiedler melancholia guilt temporality the gaze alienation lack of interior Alain Robbe-Grillet painted box syndrome Erwin Panofsky stereo metric rotation delusion Realism Claude Levi-Strauss Renaissance black box individual freedom reconciliation Recentness of Sculpture autonomy factory concrete turnpike the Uncanny presentness presence animism advertising cloning machine truth-content real cube Modernist cube phantasmagoria claustrophobia Bruce Nauman Mel Bochner Lawrence Wiener Howard Fried spatial mapping Roger Corman Pit and the Pendulum Tomb of Ligea serendipity regression