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“IF YOU HAD BEHAVED NICELY THE COMMUNISTS WOULDN'T EXIST”

As a passionate supporter of art, I always have to bite my tongue when some ignorant fool makes an equally ignorant statement about how stupid art is. 503 more words

BCM 310

NEED IT / LOVE IT

All of Us by Raymond Carver, Krapp’s Last Tape by Samuel Beckett, Greek olives (12 decagrams), Miłosław Pilzner (2), Isana Feuchtigkeits Spülung mit Baumwollextrakt angereichert, dinner at Alebriche.

Forgetting > Memory

Appropriation (Collage) by Rafael Iniguez Jr. (September, 2013)

For this project I created six different collages. Each collage is composed of found images from magazines. Through each collage I attempted to bring about distinct aspects of controversial topics like war, violence, patriotism, sex, masculinity, health, social media consumerism, fashion, stereotypes and education. 191 more words

Art

Semioticians

Semioticians are interested in interpretation but their approach to semiotics can vary greatly. The core of the disciple is interpretation and influence, but there are many ways in which semioticians think about this discipline. 881 more words

University

“Pictures and words seem to become the rallying points for certain assumptions. There are assumptions of truth and falsity and I guess the narratives of falsity are called fictions.

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Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger

1945

‘Barbara Kruger was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1945. After attending Syracuse University, the School of Visual Arts, and studying art and design with Diane Arbus at Parson’s School of Design in New York, Kruger obtained a design job at Condé Nast Publications. 652 more words

Barbara Kruger