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Terror in Charleston

Terror in Charleston
What can we say to console the survivors and the victims of the murders in Charleston? Sadly, I think nothing can be written or said that reduces their pain and suffering. 685 more words

Bomb

Institutionalized.

When I was a prison chaplain, one of the offensive things one inmate would say to another was “you’ve been institutionalized.” It was also an anxiety, inmates would seek counseling afraid they had become “institutionalized.” 995 more words

Chaplaincy

In The Name of Art

In these works, I have presented a dichotomy that challenges the perception of the untouchable object, the work of art. By failing to interact, by not touching, by not intervening and not ‘ruining’ the artwork, we not only devalue the lives of the performers and the value of that which is outside the artwork, but we also devalue ourselves. 41 more words

Art

Dehumaniser

Following experiments with objects, dialogues and interactions in the gallery space I decided to abandon the spoken dialogue and focus on the dialogues between materiality and flesh. 255 more words

Art

With an eye towards understanding recent developments in legal analysis, paper discusses institutionalist approaches to economic matters (in Portuguese)

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A few months ago, Hugo Pena and Marcio Valadares published a paper titled “Contemporary legal instances in the institutionalist literature on development” (available in Portuguese only – link  606 more words

Someone Swindled the Ladder To The Top

College is a place for rose colored glasses. Everyone walks around with a mug full of coffee, a heart full of stress, and head full of hope. 220 more words

Life

Vital Forces and Lone Entities : Stills

Following my investigations and social experiments in first term, I noted that participants in the large-scale installations took a lot of encouraging, where as people willingly would walk into my studio and play with the piece… 211 more words

Fine Art