A generalized overview of the trajectory of thought behind my research topics. Intended to accompany new outline / timeline.
Andy Horwitz addresses a number of queries and conundrums that, I suspect, are familiar to all performing artists… If / when venturing into the visual art’s domain of performance theory.
Snippets exemplifying the impact of philosophical worldviews. The past that lives on in the present and a contextual re-framing of the problems of identity.
A reader’s methodology and video introductions to metaphysical discussion surrounding the problem of personal identity.
A meandering subjective objectivity, some related reads, and “Persona” (1966) by Ingmar Bergman et al.
Tid bits on Being and identity, the social actor, dogma and empathy. Also: Century Of The Self, Psywar, and Human Resources.
In a way, Capitalism and Aesthetics are like dance partners that out-performed the world’s sorriest song. There isn’t yet an appraisal system built to harness and monopolize the process-centric intentions Jung had.
Among artists of all stripes; Jung’s surrender to the magical holds sway. He spoke to the less-than-rational experiences and observations we have of ourselves.