In August, I became a contributor to The Masculinist, a website exploring men, faith, and culture.
From August 20, 2021: AN ART EDUCATION IN POSTMODERN TACTICS
Cindy Sherman “Untitled Film Still #84” Photograph [Fair Use] Wikiart
There’s a common denominator to many of the problems our culture is undergoing. There has been a top down effort to drag society away from reality, and a mighty attempt to break the logical sequence of cause and effect. Based on administrative class manipulations, a politically driven preprogrammed narrative is supposed to overrule real life experiences, and all outcomes are to be filtered through ideological interpretation. We aren’t individuals with agency; we are divided into collective identities in conflict. We’ve come to call this methodical corruption Postmodernism.
I have been aware of the Postmodern plot more than most because I first encountered this toxic mindset in a visual form, when I was an art student in the 1980s. Art is a leading indicator of social change, and over the decades since I’ve witnessed the distorted thinking I first encountered in the studio spread throughout society.
My Postmodern education started with a photographer: Cindy Sherman (b January 19, 1954). This internationally renowned artist was all the rage in the Virginia Commonwealth University art department. Students raved about her brave feminist stances, her creativity, her fiery social critiques.,,
Read the full article here: THE MASCULINIST – AN ART EDUCATION IN POSTMODERN TACTICS
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