Day: April 27, 2013
Here is a short video in response to Book Banning. This is a subject that I have always been very opinionated about. No one should be allowed to hinder the viewing of written art from others. As Judith Krug from the National Library Association states “anyone who thinks a book
Lapiro de Mbanga is a musical artist from Cameroon who was sentenced to three years in prison for lyrics that opposed the government. However, he was also awarded with the Freedom to Create Award in 2009, and he claims that nothing will stop him or his music. This interview is
This piece of graffiti, done by Lush, addresses the stereotypes that are often applied to the types of people that do graffiti. Lush believes that normal people think of graffiti artists as black, hip-hop listening, drug-using teenagers. Lush himself disproves this theory. He is a Jewish street artist from Melbourne,
Lately there has been talk about pole dancing becoming an Olympic sport. Supporters claim that it takes just as much muscle as figure skating and gymnastics, and it certainly takes more muscle than current events like curling. Do you believe it is right to support pole dancing in the Olympics?
In this very popular 2008 YouTube video, Rémi Gaillard from France dresses up like a kangaroo and “pranks” people. The pranks include stealing, trespassing, and what some would consider assaulting a policeman. What I ask is that, in this example of freedom of speech, how far can a humorist go?
In a shocking commentary on growing up as a homosexual, the short film Love is All You Need? creates an alternate reality where heterosexuality is under persecution. The story follows the life of a young heterosexual girl. The movie is blunt when reflecting the realities of our world in the
Richard Prince Copyright Case: Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Appropriation Artist By LARRY NEUMEISTER 04/25/13 07:37 PM ET EDT NEW YORK — Painter and photographer Richard Prince, whose works have sold for millions of dollars, did not violate copyrights with most of the paintings and collages he based on
This one is pretty graphic and creepy, but it’s about an 18th century French anatomist named Honore Fragonard, cousin of Jean Honore Fragonard. Originally, he was a professor of anatomy at a university, but was expelled six years later as a madman. Honore Fragonard would acquire corpses, sculpt them into