Then why bother to write the above - as if i read it i will know less... so your written advice implies a contradiction.
Unless it's not "real"...
i love how stupid people blame others for their own inability to understand the personal experience
You said -
Wrong - they were not trapped on the beach but famously rescued from it.
Wrong. I do not work for any academic institution. So that's three mistakes you've made so far..
Firstly a newspaper article is hardly proof of much - especially the likes of The Express. Did you read it though, it says no such thing!WhiteWarlock wrote: ↑Sun Jul 15, 2018 6:00 amhere's the "official spin" on Nicolas & George:
https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/87 ... -communist
once again proving that King George wasn't the one really ruling UK
he had to take orders
for letting his cousin's family die at the cruel sadistic hands of the Bolsheviks
Yes there is - you wrote something - presumably to be read, that said you cant get the real from reading..killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sun Jul 15, 2018 6:28 ami love how stupid people blame others for their own inability to understand the personal experience
not only is there no contradiction, as you so succinctly pointed out by not delineating one, but the words are the simplest and most direct language
"because dead guys" makes no sense, and the two guys i cited are both alive...
I have degrees in Art and Philosophy. I did teach, computer science (of all things). Never bothered with an MA
And my logos...What of art? Again there is a clear right/left divide. The super-collectors such as Saatchi, and an art industry focused on the gallery system and auction houses contrasted with politically active movements in Art of the Left, in the UK typified by Art Monthly.
To the left the art work disappears in favour of collective activism and is validated by the social results of such confrontations.
On the right, is money!
As the YBA Hirst said
“I can't wait to get into a position to make really bad art and get away with it”
Damien Hirst's 'Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable' of 2017 consists of 190 works across 54,000 square feet of gallery spaces in Venice. Galleries owned by François Pinault. Who owns Christie's Auction House, which sells “Hirst's” work. Who is estimated to be worth 13.7 billion dollars as of 2015.
The artworks of 'The Treasures' were produced for Hirst, not by Hirst at Hirst's personal expense, at a cost of between 50 and 100 million UK pounds to manufacture.
Art has become 'technological' in the complexity of its social, political, economic, philosophical structures and networks. It too brings therefore an alienation for any individual. The individual is now part of a network, group or industry. Culture is now an industry.