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 […]

The Murder of Children In Wars or By Hate, Their Utilitarian Use and Exploitation, Their Physical, Emotional or Sexual Abuse Are the Morbid Vices of the Adult Power Kate Kollwitz, “Apotheosis of Love For Children” Mother knows and loves her baby even with closed eyes. Their ability to see each other sublimates and enlarges their […]

Adequate and Courageous Parental Reaction on the Death of Their Son as a War Casualty Kathe Kollwitz, “The Parents” (1922 – 1923), Print (Woodcut on paper), from the Cycle “War” Most parents feel proud when their sons die in wars – sacrifice themselves for the sake of triumph of their country. Of course, they are […]

Depiction of the Different Levels of Interactive Intelligence in Children through Their Reaction on Traumatic news It is my duty to voice the suffering of men, the never-ending suffering heaped mountain-high. Kathe Kollwitz Kathe Kollwitz – the relief “Lament”, self-portrait, bronze, h.2.6 m, 1938 – 1940 In her “Lament” Kollwitz analyses the double nature of […]

  

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