Zariyah. Age: 25.
Last Update: February 23, A feedback loop is like psychological mortar that your brain uses to build your reality. They can be either good or bad. They can either build you up, or break you down.
Charlize. Age: 20.
Fucked Up Art Prints
How To Go On Making Art When Everything is All Fucked Up addresses the question of how to be an artist in the circumstances of today's world — the ecological catastrophe and the unchallenged rule of neoliberalism — a period in history different to that facing previous generations of artists attempting to establish their role in society — investigating work which is taking place at the mesh-point of artistic and activist practice, looking at questions of positioning and visibility, and at the extended boundaries of the directions which art today could take, and asking how to negotiate the minefield of the contemporary art world? Given the urgency of these times, can art have any significance, can it have a role as a tool for radical change for a better world? Is being an artist an ethical choice — and if so, what kind of artist do I need to be? This piece is an excellent passionate subjective rant with a deep theoretical perspective and a quite overwhelming range of references and examples.
Lilian. Age: 20.
Fucked Up Art
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