"Kitsch does not portray an accurate likeness of the world; it generally reflects only the sweetest and most blameless aspects, smoothing the rough edges of reality to produce an image of perfection."
On three artists who "manipulate this everyday tool to create thematic photo series that question the implications of the indiscriminate, omniscient observer."
The Office is not just a TV show about funny personalities; it is the prototypical story of a small business in an increasingly monopolized, neoliberal economy.
The Winter Soldier testimonies of 1971 and 2008 demonstrate the detrimental effects of gendered roles in times of war.
Measure for Measure opens on a character renouncing his position and relinquishing his power. But does he?
Is fashion designed to restrict and subordinate women, or can it be a source of self-identification and liberation?
Should we evaluate art for aesthetic qualities or its ethical position? Can these approaches be reconciled?