Acting-Out Politics

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

Kathe Kollwitz, “A Child Faces War… Again”, 1925, Woodcut Kathe Kollwitz as an expressionist (in this context it means that she in her works is more expressive and emotionally profound than just a realistic and naturalistic artists) is a master of numerous techniques – printmaking, sculpture, ink and pencil drawing, etching, woodcut, etc. But what […]

Charles Avery, “Indescribable”, 2013 Charles Avery, “Indescribable”, 2013 (1) I learned the intellectual lessons of the inevitability of clashes and wars by two international events/situations – US opening the Second front between USA and Nazi Germany, and US deciding to radically enlarge American investment into high-tech weapons including nuclear after the Soviet retard-idealists like Gorbachev […]

Nana meets the anonymous gaze of the viewers – she is, as if, semi-consciously appealing to the public either to protect herself from her still unknown ordeals or for us just to know that she exists, she – a unique, an incredible, a kind of existential philosopher, a person who, as if, is close to […]

  

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