stylelessness


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stylelessness

(ˈstaɪllɪsnɪs)
n
the quality or state of being styleless
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She adds: 'Ironically, such stylelessness is highly stylized and the distinct characteristics of the 1 960s conceptual mode are as conspicuous and as easy to identify as the flamboyant quality of William Morris' Arts and Crafts motifs or the modern asymmetry of Jan Tschichold's Neue Typographie', pp.
The Kingpins, a four-woman collective working with scary stylelessness and epic glamour, contributed Oz Style, 2010, a painting executed by Indian sign and film-set painters that elaborates an in-your-face, sci-fl-babe fantasy based on the imagined survival and outback adoption by dingoes of Azaria Chamberlain, a real-life nine-week old, baby who was almost certainly taken and killed by these native dogs in 1980.
Taking into account Beckett's interest in Being as we consider these quotations, his move towards simplicity and stylelessness in his translations reveals a striving towards the effacement of particularities, which could potentially allow him to invoke more accurately in his everyman reader a common intuitive experience of his works.