Acting-Out Politics

Weblog opens discussion about the psychology of Bushmerican style of behavior.

A Grandma And Her Grandchildren Are So Different In Their Critical Sensitivity Towards High-tech Weapons And Contamination Of The Earth, Nature And Life In Comparison With The Elegant Or Crude Philistines In Kurosawa’s “Rhapsody in August” And the boy a rose did see, a rose standing in the field blossoming in innocence, awed by the […]

Marcel Duchamp, “Fresh Widow” 1, (1920) Marcel Duchamp, “Fresh Widow” 2, (1920) The innocently ironic syntagma “fresh widow” includes contradiction and even controversy. It’s at least tactless to call a widow who just lost her husband a freshly widowed woman. The grief connected with a fact of finding oneself deprived of the spouse conventionally demands […]

An Innocent, Almost Darwinian Roots of Philistinism Balthazar Klossowski/Balthus’ “The Street”, 1933 Balthus’ “The Street” is a kind of a puppet theater separated by a blink of an eye from becoming tableau vivant which in the next moment – the puppet-master’s manipulative action – animates itself again and immediately after freezes again. Balthus’ painting, as […]

  

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