The General-Purpose Allegory: A Review of “Avatar” (2009)
The theme of entering a dream world in the shape of a forest, where life is explained and you learnRead more.
The Psychology of Philosophy: An Analysis of “The Wizard of Oz” (1939)
“The Wizard of Oz” is one of the most iconic and famous cinematographic creations, which has inspired and entertained millionsRead more.
Considerations on Caspar David Friedrich’s “The Stages of Life”
The period of the Romantic movement was a time in arts history that proposed people another way of approaching lifeRead more.
Consideration’s on Caspar David Friedrich’s “Mountain Landscape with Rainbow”
Caspar David Friedrich was a German painter who lived in the XIXth century and who is considered one of theRead more.
Original Photography in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
Cultural critic Walter Benjamin wrote in 1936 an essay called “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical ReproductionRead more.
Catching Up with the ET’s in Art and Culture
Life on other planets is a concern that people have had for many years now, even more so since theRead more.
Discovering Reality: An Analysis of “Alice in Wonderland” (1951)
“Alice in Wonderland” is a classic animated film directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson and Hamilton Luske. The movie, adaptedRead more.
Fantastic Spaces: An Evolution
Ever since the dawn of humanity, mankind has sought to reach or dwell in other worlds than the world thatRead more.
Curating the Mind: The Culture of Today and the Politics of Tomorrow
Many people, especially those who grew up in the 70s, 80s and 90s sometimes get a bit nostalgic about old-timeyRead more.
The Museum as a Learning Place
Art has always been a strong tool used to explore the human mind and spirit and the world and toRead more.