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The question is to what extent this signals the taming of the avant-garde or to what extent it might be seen as a productive and desirable popularisation of its practices. As I have noted, it was the intention of key members of the early twentieth-century avant-garde not only to make art inclusive but also to employ art to reshape people’s lives and values. 66 Yet this did not in itself prove to be enough and it emerged that what was also needed was for avant-garde approaches to become a viable form of expression in the mass media and for avant-garde art itself to become more understandable, accessible and tolerable to a wider public.
Instead, they are trying to get a grip on their own existence. ’ The Makelas were not alone in producing books to reﬂect their design philosophy (books which, to me, resemble artists’ books in their prioritisation of the visual experience over instruction or narrative). Others include British design groups Why Not Associates, Fuel and Tomato, all of whom work across a range of contexts, not least advertising. In addition to in-store and inhouse promotional material for companies such as Nike, Why Not Associates have been instrumental, since their formation in 1987, in the promotion of contemporary art with poster and catalogue work for the Sensation, Apocalypse and Joseph Beuys exhibitions at the Royal Academy, London.
While the rendering of text in neon shores up the plasticity of words and phrases and exploits the ambience of thrills and anticipation that is signalled by neon, the medium is nevertheless rather intractable. Both Nauman and Emin tend to use styles of lettering that are again serviceable, either straighttalking, commanding upper case, as in Nauman’s One Hundred Live and Die or the more conversational but equally direct ‘hand-written’ mix of cases in Emin’s Fantastic to Feel Beautiful Again. Here, words function as an equivalent to the strap-lines or copy of traditional advertising, needing to be legible and to be read and understood according to their syntactical arrangement.