Tag Archives: Authoritarianism

Still Searching for the Illusive Magic Leader

Being an artist lets you see things differently.  I like that.  Thinking like an artist let’s you pick complicated things up and view them from different angles, noticing the aspects that are mostly out of sight, ordinarily.  You can get … Continue reading

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Neo-Nazca Lines

While flipping channels on the television, in a dazed, distracted stupor, I caught the end of a programme about Nazca lines and it piqued my interest.  It brought back a vague, indistinct memory, from my early twenties, of gee-whizz documentaries … Continue reading

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Rehumanising Through Art

We’ve become quite dehumanised.  You might not like to think so.  In fact, you may even bluntly deny it, but actually and sadly, it’s quite true, I’m afraid.  We’ve lost quite a lot of our humanity and I’ll explain how … Continue reading

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Unnecessary Beauty

I heard something that struck a chord with me, on the radio, late last Sunday night.  It was a speech about the power of art, by writer A.L. Kennedy, give as part of the “A Point of View” series.  She … Continue reading

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