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Monthly Archives: March 2009

Not Getting It

I absolutely HATE popping off, but sometimes one can’t let things slide. Even in the midst of change the Postmoderns still don’t get it, they don’t understand that they are the problem. First was last week’s Jon Stewart v. Jim Cramer showdown in which we witnessed a cogent dialectical critique of a postmodern entertainer passing […]

Media – 19 SIXTY

“Perhaps the great revolution produced by photograph was in the traditional arts. The painter could no longer depict a world that had been much photographed. He turned, instead, to reveal the inner process of creativity in expressionism and in abstract art. Likewise, the novelist could no longer describe objects or happenings for readers who already […]

Sign O’ The Times

As the art markets are deflating it seems that our critique is being paralleled by other writers! Maybe there’s something in the air? I think a lot of us are trying to discover a way out and a way through to something new. Jonathan Jones hits the nail on the head, “In post-modern capitalism, secondary […]

Ships of Theseus – Style VS Brand

“The Ship of Theseus paradox, also known as Theseus’s paradox, is a paradox that raises the question of whether an object which has had all its component parts replaced remains fundamentally the same object.” (the video below is important to the critique. youtube has disabled the embedding. you can view it here or you can […]