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Translating the Invisible Wind – Part Eight

by Geoff Hall on June 24, 2010

Artistic Responses in an Age of Propaganda It is not enough to limit our artistic response to thoughts and feelings we have about God in the privacy of our studio.  It is not enough to reduce art to a utility (…)

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Translating the Invisible Wind – Part Seven

by Geoff Hall on June 6, 2010

In Part Two we read the quote from Tarkovsky:“The artist has no right to an idea to which [they are] not socially committed, or the realisation of which could involve a dichotomy between [their] professional activity and the rest of (…)

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Translating the Invisible Wind – Part Four

by Geoff Hall on May 4, 2010

Collaboration:Or, ‘Hey, I forgot, there is an easier way’. We can continue following the secularised cultural values of individualism and its bi-polar counterpart Social Darwinism!  (A Freedom/Nature dualism in irresolvable tension – if you like that kind of philosophical speak.)  (…)

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