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Marsh, Charity, West, Melissa

The Nature/Technology Binary Opposition Dismantled in the Music of Madonna

2003

Tuesday 17 January 2006, by Rob Weale

In this chapter, the authors explore Madonna and Björk’s views on electronic music and the nature/technology relationship, through an analysis of two of their albums - Madonna’s Ray of Light (1998) and Björk’s Homogenic (1997). The authors argue that both artists contribute to the dismantling of the nature/technology dichotomy promoted within the realm of popular music by using electronic technology in a non-traditional manner.

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