[ UK /ɛkspˌɛɹɪmˈɛntəlˌɪzəm/ ]
an orientation that favors experimentation and innovation
the children of psychologists are often raised in an atmosphere of experimentalism
- an empirical doctrine that advocates experimental principles
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- According to a pragmatically inspired democratic experimentalism, attempts at democratisation and reform need not wait for publics to emerge.
- We are trying to bring an open-ended experimentalism into the architecture of song, and vice versa.
- Especially discomfiting in such a dichotomized view of poetry is the assumption that novelty and innovation equate not only with experimentalism but also with liberal politics.
- The opposition between "experimentalism" and "craftsmanship" is patently obvious, of course, and we know before reading the rest of the review that we ought to avoid Lutz because he isn't a "craftsman. Book Reviewing
- The Second tries to find logic in sounds imagined in silence, and pre-empts modernist experimentalism.
- Most importantly, it hammers home the importance of experimentalism: that for this relatively new form of music to progress, artists will have to think as creatively now as they did 70 years ago.
- Scepticism emphasize on destruction while experimentalism emphasize on construction .
- The idea Ange is suggesting here – that there is a female experimentalism that is different or somehow softer than male experimentalism – would be interesting to consider in the light of these essays. Writing and Failure (Part 2) : Christian Bök : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
- The kind of experimentalism we see with Simpson is not in the avant garde tradition to be sure. Anne Simpson & Sonnet L'Abbe
- She deploys Roland Barthes's notion of readerly and writerly texts to contextualize Bulosan's social realism and Yamamoto's heretofore overlooked experimentalism.