Should we look to the past in creative arts, or create a brand new future? And what does making videos on social media actually accomplish? -Articles mentioned so you can check out the illustrations they contain: See Lynd Ward’s Beowulf in this one: The Prosperity Paradox– Escaping Apathy See Michael Kungl’s Dieu de Soleil in this one: Odin and Self-Becoming: Inspired by Survive the … Continue reading Canvases or Computers? Old or New Artforms? Do Videos Matter?
Enemies at the gates, traitors from within…is it self-indulgent to be advocating for new arts and culture right now? This is the fourth of five videos based off a recent livestream I participated in. The first three vids were about “cultural and aesthetic red pills.” This one and the final one take a more positive stance on the role arts and cultural creation, and … Continue reading Is Now Not the Time for Cultural/Artistic Creation?
Boys being treated like broken girls…women trying to remain girls forever…your TV and your social media directing you towards the inane and the banal. Feeling adrift? It’s not necessarily you…it’s the culture. Start digging deep, it’s time for a change, and it’s not coming from the culture already in place. This is the third video on “cultural and aesthetic red pills.” The notes for … Continue reading It’s Up to You to Change Crap Culture
(Direct YouTube Link) Hollywood, mainstream media, even academia–besides the usual complaints about progressive and Marxist programming that occurs through these, what’s an underlying common denominator? What types of personalities are drawn to work in these industries as they currently exist? What do they want from us, what keeps it all going, what’s crackling beneath the surface? Also a shout-out to The Golden One. Continue reading Genes and Memes 4: The Big Reveal About Mainstream Pop Culture