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hyperreality

‘the world of self-referential signs’ – ‘the new linguistic condition of society’, according to BAUDRILLARD, in which the alleged ‘real’ is no more real than the thing which feigns it.
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But they hide their surreal aggression and resistance to use; they seem more like spies or moles, a posthuman version of the grotesquely sinister hyperrealism of a Duane Hanson museum guard.
In Mexico, a myriad of statues and images exhibit what scholar of religion Jennifer Scheper Hughes calls "an exaggerated hyperrealism of .
The latter element is addressed through a twofold analysis of relation to Latin American fantastic literature and to North American hyperrealism in the visual arts.
We moved away from hyperrealism, toward impressionism and pointillism, which I felt were better suited to his artistic vision.
Fantasy and hyperrealism in "La rebelion de los ninos" by Cristina Peri Rossi
The spectrum of work we saw ran the gamut, from hyperrealism to absurdism to the resonantly ritualistic.
The background shows, dimly, a vaulted room or alcove, but van Mieris's hyperrealism trumps that trompe-l'oel depth.
For Love of the Things Themselves: Derrida HyperRealism.
The exhibition explored contemporary realism, hyperrealism and surrealism through a vibrant range of styles and mediums.
Valdes highlights the hyperrealism of 2666 and the mimetic nature of the text's language in this section, almost erasing the distance between reality and fiction, since fiction seems to be too close to reality.
These are cyber-ism, hyperrealism, and narcissism, among others.
In this article Lenero expresses his desire for theater to become more realistic, what he calls hyperrealism, and he remarks about Peleardn that his intention is to leave the audience uncertain about what has happened and with the feeling that the story never ends, it just goes on repeating itself.