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Moss and Oz "Save the Galaxy" Chapter One
River Kero Moss and Oz "Save the Galaxy" Chapter One
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George Weston 92914 26th November 2019 The Sheltering Sky through Sartre’s Nausea and Bertolucci’s Visual Translation of Existentialism “I don’t know.” Paul Bowles’ Port Moresby in The Sheltering Sky and Jean-Paul Sartre’s Antoine Roquentin in Nausea both use this simplistic phrase in response to their philosophical confusion regarding identity, self-awareness, time, the relevance of progress, love, and death (Bowles 40, Sartre 11). The three-word quote summarizes the protagonists’ states of c
Sheltering Sky and Nausea proposal.docx
George Weston Sheltering Sky and Nausea proposal.docx
George Weston 92914 Kelly Lycan 30nd October 2019 Proposal for Durability In the past year, my artistic practise has developed towards a focus on trauma, and sexual abuse specifically. This decision was due to my frustration at the ignorance and silence surrounding the issue - I had never heard anyone discuss male-on-male rape in a non-humorous context. My ambition is not only to raise awareness and instigate constructive conversation, but also to represent for those lesser privileged than I,
Proposal for Installation: Durability
George Weston Proposal for Installation: Durability
George Weston 92914 12nd November 2019 Exhibition Review of: Those Who Wait, Sreshta Rit Premnath, Contemporary Art Gallery For his first solo show in Canada, Premnath alters and improves an installation from earlier this year – Those Who Wait. Upon entering the Contemporary Art Gallery, the viewer is confronted by numerous metal fences, dividing the space and directing where people should walk. Sprawled around the structures are nine abstracted human bodies made from plaster-soaked foam. Some
Review of: Those Who Wait, Sreshta Rit Premnath, Contemporary Art Gallery
George Weston Review of: Those Who Wait, Sreshta Rit Premnath, Contemporary Art Gallery
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