Acting-Out Politics

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

Even Stylistically Sophisticated Art Can Be Deployed As Social Criticism Kazimir Malevich, “Sportsmen”, 1913 It’s impressive how “suprematically” simplified bodies of Malevich’s sportsmen and multi-colors of their clothes and heads (with intentionally undifferentiated front and back, faces with occipitals) combined versatility and uniformity, plurality and monotony. We know a similar “miracle” in our own country […]

Human Proneness to Follow Their Beliefs without Ever Exposing Them to Critical Scrutiny Malevich’s painting the “Running Man” is a monumental parody on the basic motif of Soviet propaganda that the Communist belief is the absolute and universal truth. Where is the running man running to? Why he cannot stop, look around and a little […]

  

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