My article defining a New Modernism of gender balance and equality was published in New Observations issue #33 page 22! Here is a link to a discussion… Read more “Eros as the Unifying Force of a New Modernism”
PAUL IS DEAD is a subject ripe for mediological excavation requiring occult tools that have always factored into interpretations of Beatles’ messaging. The time and place to introduce a new “Science of Magic” with its forbidden apparatus into the academy has never been better. Conspiracy theories surrounding Paul McCartney have been ramped up after the release of his new album Egypt Station and triumphant Freshen Up World Tour ending in July, while a virtual stream of mediology phenomenology (here is one from Revolver where the band’s transformation began) about The Beatles’ creative process keeps the online investigations fresh. There is always something new to discover, which keeps the discussion open-ended.
“Speculative Realist (Found) Object Intervention” at “Welcome to MIT Playtest” at MIT List Visual Arts Center on May 16 succeeded in bring a post-subjective dialectic simultaneously into the American art museum & the academy at the start of “MIT Media in Transition +10: Democracy in Digital Media” — where the Mother/Great Mother was publicly honored on a gender equal panel.
Postmodernism is a movement that refused to die. The aged postmodern icons go on and on…and as prominent critic Eleanor Heartney declared way back in 2004: “There… Read more “TIME’S UP JAMES FRANCO!”
Three amazing women delivering the re-emergence of the feminine archetype passed away in 2017, leaving a crucial legacy of the 21st century journey — to internally embody the hieros gamos. Their collective contribution is lauded here as the essential crossing of boundaries between word/image for the collective goal of the physical embodiment of the Aquarian icon of gender equality.
It is a cinematic breakthrough that perhaps could only come from the monk. Michael Manta’s Receta expands the vocabulary of film to fold the personal journey into… Read more “(R)EVOLUTION IN GREECE: Michael Mantas’ “Receta” for the Avant-Garde”