"Whether Tony Soprano or Don Draper, the mysterious men with a complicated past and an even more complicated present reflected not only changes in viewing patterns but also a deep change in how the nation reflects itself on television. But who are the "Difficult Women" of the television revolution?"
During the Cold War, was the United States government was able to dissuade the American public into believing in a “safe” atomic bomb?
A Brief Review of Néstor Almendros’s A Man with a Camera, but Mostly My Own Thoughts about Film, Art and the Human Condition
"How and to what extent does photography translate the horror of the Nazi concentration camps to the distanced viewer?"
"Watching the latest Beyonce music video, "Mine," directed by Pierre Debusscherre I thought, we do strange things to tell the story of our emotions with our bodies."
Like an apartment, a box is private, personal, sensitive; it stores its content within walls, behind an address. As a package, it has only the functions of identity, security, and portability. As long as it arrives at the right place, without internal damage, it has completed its task. It will not be integrated into its recipient’s life.
"Even though it is out of date, temperamental, and actively begging me to stop using it, I will continue to use Howl for my podcast listening until the day I die."
"Thousands of brands look to sponsor those who can push their product onto the screens of millions of potential customers, and they continue to take advantage of this on the one platform that has continuously drawn any and all kinds of people to it for nearly fourteen years - YouTube."
A take on the original Dyke TV segment dedicated to normalizing lesbianism and childhood while exploring the often confusing relationship of lesbians (at any age) to the camera/male gaze.
Instagram travel influencers “produce strikingly similar images, creating a recognizable system of signs on their feeds that create knowledge of the cultures they depict.”
"A couple of months ago, I was digging through my nana’s photo collection . . . I found this beat up, stained, and wrinkled picture of this most powerful and gloriously bright women that looked familiar and yet distant to my memories . . . She was a piece of me that I am and a part of me that I wish to become. "
In 'Questions of Travel' Elizabeth Bishop's talent for assiduous observation becomes even more pronounced in the face of uncertainty.
"'The Man-Moth' and 'Varick Street' are urban nightscapes, depicting a dark double of the world perceived in the light."