Acting-Out Politics

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

Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980) Kokoschka forcing us to see by pointing at the spot where he was seriously wounded (by a bayonet) when he was a soldier during WWI. He was very young, had just enlisted, and had to fight rifle against rifle battles. Kokoschka suffered from poverty throughout his whole life, but mostly from endless […]

This is a full frontal face of a warrior after being blown up and burned by warfare technology and then restored through the help of medical technology in parallel with the military one. His eyes still appear alive. He obviously can see the world. His lips seem to be moving, and we, as if, can […]

Art As A Savior, Prophet, Teacher, Psychotherapist, Revolutionary and Revolt How do I define a work of art? It is not an asset in the stock-exchange sense, but a man’s timid attempt to repeat the miracle that the simplest peasant girl is capable of at any time, that is magically producing life out of nothing. […]

Amorous Psychology of the Genders – The Dance of Love Oskar Kokoschka, “Two Nudes (Lovers)”, 1913 Why Kokoschka didn’t call this work “Adam and Eve”? The both, man and woman, just stepped out of a paradisiacal forest and are looking ahead, at the frightening world, the man with fear and impulsively trying to turn back, […]

  

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