Studies in world art book 110 by as a number of recent exhibitions have shown there is a growing fashion for what is called appropriation in art to you and me what this means is slavish copying no ifs and buts apologies replaced by the paradoxical assertion that this is a thoroughly original impeccably avant garde thing to do . Appropriation when used in art is the reuse of material as a tactic it requires recognition of the original in the copy in that sense it almost has to be overt if the copying is hidden as in plagiarism then it is not appropriation art by the most common definition nor is it really even an attempt at appropriation art. Appropriation borrowing stealing imitation plagiarizing quoting literary piracy a pastiche derivative an inversion or change of perspective a subversion changing the meaning of the text by undercutting it a spin off taking lesser aspects of plot or characters and making them central to a new work
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