Out Now: The Occult in Modernist Art, Literature, and Cinema

This new volume sets out to explore occult modernism as a response to the modern condition. Rather than perceiving the occult as a marginal phenomenon within the modernist context, the editors Tessel M. Bauduin and Henrik Johnsson argue “that the impact of occultism, its history, concepts, and practices, upon modernist literature, art, cinema, and other media, is varied and multiform, sometimes tangible and traceable, sometimes vaguely implied—and in each case, deserving of careful exploration, consideration, and analysis.” The book provides in-depth and nuanced perspectives upon the relationship between Occultism and Modernism in the Western arts from the nineteenth century to the present day, including a chapter on August Strindberg’s artistic practices by our project member Marja Lahelma.




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