There’s stillness: the whispers of trees and soft winds that make them heard. They’re talking to us; we’ve come to listen. Plantations are vast, empty, filled with invisible souls and their all-too-audible cries; these acres are not that.
What are the ethical implications of an artist’s choice to portray their own protagonist in film and television? A comparative analysis of Woody Allen’s portrayal of Isaac Davis in "Manhattan" and Lena Dunham’s portrayal of Hannah Horvath in "Girls."
We’re all taught so well: How can you be your most beautiful? . . . To quiet that voice is not easy.
A musical composition based on Kepler’s scores intended to interpret the motion of the planets in the solar system.
To the plethora of objections "Salò" and "Lolita" multifaceted works of art have encountered, I add one more challenge: Is this artwork really that necessary?
I’m from white picket fences and white faces. / I’m from the stares of my neighbors. Some loving, some fake, some hostile, some come in terror.
Maybe it needed to be a song. On the other hand, they had already done that. A poem crossed their mind, and they had to laugh (they often had to laugh). It could have been a lot of things. But then, it could only have been one way.
Robert Hayden carefully intertwines the visual and sonic senses in his poetry, setting striking images to meticulously crafted poetic music.
In a renewal of intention behind existing objects of the past, who is the iconoclast? The one that does not ascribe new meaning because time has passed or the one that does?