Blog posts tagged with: Military and war

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Jun 9, 2020
By
Lance Pearce
Ronnie van Hout, Ghosting (The Breakfast Club) (2020) detail. Single channel video (colour/sound), 10:45:00mins, edition of 3 + 1 AP Text by John Hughes, The Breakfast Club (1985) Music by Simple Minds, Don’t You (Forget About Me), from the album Live in the City of Angels (1985). Courtesy of the artist

"..(van Hout) suggests that the self is actually a plural phenomenon which uses multiple discourses or ‘voices’ to constitute meaning" - Lance Pearce

Posted Jun 9, 2020
By
Lance Pearce
Ronnie van Hout, Ghosting (The Breakfast Club) (2020) detail. Single channel video (colour/sound), 10:45:00mins, edition of 3 + 1 AP Text by John Hughes, The Breakfast Club (1985) Music by Simple Minds, Don’t You (Forget About Me), from the album Live in the City of Angels (1985). Courtesy of the artist

"..(van Hout) suggests that the self is actually a plural phenomenon which uses multiple discourses or ‘voices’ to constitute meaning" - Lance Pearce

Posted Jun 9, 2020
By
Lance Pearce
Ronnie van Hout, Ghosting (The Breakfast Club) (2020) detail. Single channel video (colour/sound), 10:45:00mins, edition of 3 + 1 AP Text by John Hughes, The Breakfast Club (1985) Music by Simple Minds, Don’t You (Forget About Me), from the album Live in the City of Angels (1985). Courtesy of the artist

"..(van Hout) suggests that the self is actually a plural phenomenon which uses multiple discourses or ‘voices’ to constitute meaning" - Lance Pearce

Posted Jun 9, 2020
By
Lance Pearce
Ronnie van Hout, Ghosting (The Breakfast Club) (2020) detail. Single channel video (colour/sound), 10:45:00mins, edition of 3 + 1 AP Text by John Hughes, The Breakfast Club (1985) Music by Simple Minds, Don’t You (Forget About Me), from the album Live in the City of Angels (1985). Courtesy of the artist

"..(van Hout) suggests that the self is actually a plural phenomenon which uses multiple discourses or ‘voices’ to constitute meaning" - Lance Pearce

Posted Jun 9, 2020
By
Lance Pearce
Ronnie van Hout, Ghosting (The Breakfast Club) (2020) detail. Single channel video (colour/sound), 10:45:00mins, edition of 3 + 1 AP Text by John Hughes, The Breakfast Club (1985) Music by Simple Minds, Don’t You (Forget About Me), from the album Live in the City of Angels (1985). Courtesy of the artist

"..(van Hout) suggests that the self is actually a plural phenomenon which uses multiple discourses or ‘voices’ to constitute meaning" - Lance Pearce

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