Acting-Out Politics

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

Robotized Human Being’s Swarming/Itching Desire To Return To Human Condition? Fame is a bee. It has a song It has a sting Ah, too, it has a wing. Emily Dickinson Meret Oppenheim, “Bicycle Seat Covered With Bees” (1952) Do we see a bicycle or a man? Maybe, we see a bicycle seat or a protruded […]

Technico-scientific Experiments With Life And Death of Earth’s Inhabitants The sun and the sun’s light are one – sun/light Olafur Eliasson, The Weather Project 2003, Installation The morning- and day-light was the first sun. The sun was the first god. God was at first a metonymy and later metaphor of the sun, but sun was […]

The Feeling of Being Partially Buried (Being Closer To Hell) As A Reason for Appealing To the Superhuman Authority If the protagonists of Bob Trotman’s installation “Business as Usual” could just stand on the floor, mesmerized and overwhelmed by their expectations from above, his construction would be perceived as a religious propaganda – people obviously […]

Psychological Mosaic Sculpted and Re-arranged The child playing at adulthood Judith Peck, Child and Doll From the point of view of child’s intuition, child with doll here is, in essence, mother with child – Judith Peck represents the child’s construction of mother-child togetherness. We can discern in this composition three aspects of child-doll connectedness – […]

A Non-conformist Chinese Artist Analyses Horror with Humor Chen Shaoxiong, “Antiterrorist Variety 1”, 2002 – 2003 Chen Shaoxiong, “Antiterrorist Variety 2”, 2002 – 2003 Chen Shaoxiong, “Antiterrorist Variety 2” in motion, 2002-3 A well-known artist reacts on Sept. 11disaster in these two video-installations. It looks that Chen Shaoxiong is laughing at the American decision-makers’ proclivity […]



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