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Art, Technology, and Repetition
Art, Technology, and Repetition
Marina Vishmidt
Introduction

The Frankfurt School’s contribution to debates in the politics of cultural production and reception are widely acknowledged as among the most significant in Western Marxist critical theory, often standing in for, if not eclipsing, the whole of their project, especially in the sphere of Anglophone scholarship. This fascination often pivots around issues of art and technology, as the recent edited collection of Walter Benjamin’s radio programmes attests.

Deemed particularly indispensable are Theodor W. Adorno’s, as well as Adorno and Max Horkheimer’s, writings on the ‘culture industry’; Adorno’s texts on music; and his posthumous Aesthetic Theory. The list would also include numerous Walter Benjamin publications, prominently ‘The Work of Art in the Age ...

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