A Little Magazine Called Mak. In the Periphery of the Revolution

  • Thomas Hvid Kromann Institute for Culture and Identity, University of Roskilde
Emneord (Nøkkelord): Mak,

Sammendrag

The Danish avant-garde magazine Mak contained throughout its short life an extensive discussion on whether or not art could be used as a weapon in the struggle for the new society the counterculture was dreaming about in the late nineteen sixties. Mak was devoted to this question: How can art move from the (aesthetic) periphery to the centre of (political) influence?

Forfatterbiografi

Thomas Hvid Kromann, Institute for Culture and Identity, University of Roskilde
Thomas Hvid Kromann, Ph.D.-student at Institute for Culture and Identity, University of Roskilde, Denmark. Contributions to various Danish magazines on avant-garde subjects. Co-editor of Nye Sprog, Nye Verdener, a volume of Hans-Jørgen Nielsens essays and articles (Gyldendal 2006). Former secretary of the Danish Avant-Garde Network 2004-2006.
Publisert
2007-05-01
Hvordan referere
KromannThomas Hvid. 2007. «A Little Magazine Called <i>Mak</I&gt;. In the Periphery of the Revolution». Nordlit 11 (1), 155-67. https://doi.org/10.7557/13.1757.