The magazine ta’ was the most important Danish channel for the crucial changes that took place in the field of aesthetics in the 1960s. In ta’ one encounters the whole range of new attitudes and approaches to art that were introduced and discussed at that time. Prominent among these were the cross-aesthetic approaches, the breaking down of the high–low dichotomy as well as new concepts of performative and processual subjectivity, which Hans-Jørgen Nielsen, one of the leading editors of ta’, called “attituderelativisme” (“attitude relativism”).
|A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1950-1975
|Tania Ørum, Jesper Olsson
|Brill Academic Publishers
|Udgivet - 2016