Eduardo Paolozzi at New Worlds: Science Fiction and Art In the Sixties

Eduardo Paolozzi, JG Ballard, Michael Moorcock, David Brittain (Ed.)

Savoy Books, 2014


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Beginning in the mid-1960s, New Worlds magazine, under the visionary editorship of Michael Moorcock, evolved from a small science fiction monthly to a radical publication that exemplified the collisions between art and popular culture at the time. Artist Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005), whose work was regularly featured, played a pivotal role in defining its examination of the increasingly technologised media landscape of the 20th century and science fictions new wave. With rare images and excerpts from an unpublished novel by Paolozzi, the book offers fresh insights into the way images and a fragmentary, collaged approach to writing drove breakthroughs in the visualisation of our future.

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ISBN: 9780861301287

182 pages, illustrations in color & b/w, 24,5 x 18,8 cm, paperback, English