Post-Modernism: A Poor Forgery (2015/08/21)

by Swift

As many artists know, post-modernism is a movement which claims to have both arisen from and reacted against trends in modernism. Many post-modernists argue that they are following in the footsteps of the Dadaists, the surrealists and other 20th Century avant-garde art movements. Whilst post-modernism is essentially the avant-garde movement of today, it is a complete lie that it is anything like previous movements. It is merely a poor imitation that lacks substance.

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Reflection and Perception. (2015/03/02)

by Absent

Life is so weird.

Simple shit can shift perspective in such a way that in perception, nothing is the same.

The typical baseline perspective we usually sit at can be jolted and everything from the way we see colors, see contrast, to the size of things, to how we interpret them internally, how we interpret sounds, it can all get shifted and we’re in a whole new spectrum staring at the same things. All we need is the right stimulus and mindset.

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Our Era of Change. – Prelude. (2015/02/09)

by Absent

I’m writing a series about changes I’m seeing in attitudes, in outlooks. We’re seeing a new era of post-subcultural extremes that invokes an increase in what I believe, in some parts of the population at least, represents a new dawn of critical thought, of love and societal connection, of living in the moment, of cultural advancement, and much more. I don’t want to make it seem like I’m writing about a generational change, although that does come into play, this is cross-generational. It’s not just a generation x, y, or z shift, it’s a societal change, or, at the very least, I hope it is.

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