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The title of this post comes from a suggestion that was made to me recently by one of my employers. I currently do at least three things… I’ve always found the ‘what do you do?’ question difficult to answer and … Continue reading
So I’m reading a book at the moment called Remix by Lawrence Lessig. He’s featured on this blog before because I found his book ‘Free Culture’ so brilliant and you can also watch his TED talk below where he outlines … Continue reading
Here is an extract of an essay written by Raymond Williams. The title of the essay is ‘Art: Freedom as Duty’. And the rather wonderful book in which this essay appears is called ‘Resources of Hope: Culture, Democracy, Socialism’. I … Continue reading
As we see and understand more about the transitional moment we are living in, we are seeing technology made increasingly available across the grass roots – we are seeing teenagers from their bedrooms contributing significantly to cultural production. As Henry … Continue reading
Drawing some points together… Art that doesn’t compete. So if we have a sociological context that is unjust and unhealthy, and if “one of Art’s jobs is to make us feel that more life is worth having”, then performance art, … Continue reading
‘The Rat Race’ – ‘Dog Eat Dog’ – ‘Swimming With Sharks’ – ‘The Pecking Order’. ‘A Sick Society’ and the problem with consumerism. The apparent problem posed by consumer culture is evident both in art and critical art analysis. The … Continue reading