Rave Art


In the mid- to late 1980s rave culture developed. It influenced music, design, art, drugs, fashion, language and even the law. Emerging in the USA, it was refined in the UK by people who wanted to dance, party and express themselves in terms of art, music and culture. Originating in small, sweaty clubs and growing into enormous Raves with tens of thousands of people, 'house' music and ecstasy were the driving forces behind what turned into a global phenomenon. Events that started as secretive nights in underground clubs, with word-of-mouth advertising grew from one-off take-overs of unusual venues into huge open land-based events. Pager and telephonic communication became the medium of message-passing, read more

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ISBN:

9781780975955

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

192

Dimensions:

24cm x 19cm

RRP:

$34.99

Category:

Art and Photography

Publisher:

Carlton Publishing Group

Published:

01 November 2014

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Chelsea Louise Berlin