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- adj. Of or pertaining to vorticism.
- n. An artist who used this style.
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The Kansas cyclone that whisks Dorothy into a dreamworld is evoked through vorticist projections the work of Jon Driscoll that betoken chaos in the cosmos.
For all the easy curmudgeon-rockabilly-krautrock-vorticist shorthand, The Fall's music eludes description.
Indeed, the Fall could be seen as a vorticist Blast against the design-professionalism and Mancunian elitism of Anthony H. Wilson's Factory Records.
Strictly speaking, therefore, Descartes was not an atomist but a vorticist and plenist.
He was, as has been said, a vorticist before Descartes, an optimist before Leibnitz, a Copernican before Galileo.
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The winter sales posters brilliantly harness the dynamic movement of vorticist and futurist art - one image is a blizzard of angled and curved raincoats, sheets of rain and upturned umbrellas.
That credit should go ” more than to anyone else ” to Quinn's friend and guide Henri-Pierre RochÃ©, who helped him recover from his earlier excesses in the direction of Augustus John, of Epstein, and of Wyndham Lewis and Pound's other vorticist friends.
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