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?
"Creativity should be as innate as breathing; it’s all about being new, and expansive, and respectful.”
In “Who Is America?” Baron Cohen’s goal is no longer to illuminate the fact that people have racist, xenophobic thoughts, but to see just how far those views will go and the horrible things they will guide them to do.
Taylor Swift made being an adolescent girl a romantic, beautiful existence, something to be cherished, not run away from.
Fundamentally, Shakespeare's "As You Like It" is an introduction to the concept of the consumer theater, of this new game space that we consciously create via works of “media."
Balthus’s inclusion of cats in his paintings of young girls elevates the aesthetic quality of his portraiture by forcing observers to confront the nature of their gaze.
There are poets and there are composers. In a way, it’s simply about their strategies for producing art and relationship to art making. In another way, it’s an inherent, spiritual quality—housed somewhere between the body and the note.
I do not practice with a metronome because I want to become a better drummer. I practice with a metronome to practice focusing. To practice pretending that the world is objective. To meditate.
Frida Kahlo's "La Columna Rota" is an anthem of self-reflection, fearlessness, and honesty for people who do not belong to predetermined classifications.