Tag Archive | art.

Space for Rent: Separating the Artist from their Art


Sometimes you can not separate one from the other so what are you suppose to do about it? I discuss my take on the situation below:  

Space for Rent: This Is Not Seduction of the Innocent


Tweet of the Day: The Soul of the Censor ——- Anita Sarkeesian is not a modern day Frederic Wertham  and her videos are not a current version of Seduction of the Innocent. Wertham agenda was simple, to prove that media had a direct impact on the behavior of minors, an argument made many times before […]

Space for Rent: It’s Just A….


Tweet of the Day: Sword & Laser Podcast – #125 – On the Wagon ——- …a movie, …a book, …a game. It’s just a …thing and that’s all there is, or so the speaker would like you to think. But why? Why must we forgo an analysis of a give piece of art? The first […]

Space for Rent: The Space Between the Creator and the Audience


Tweet of the Day: The Pinnacle of Fanservice. A Citadel DLC Review. ——- Let us, yes you and I, engage in a simple exercise. Take a pamphlet or flyer, like the ones the hand out at the mall or stick under your car windshield. Then take a book from your collection, preferably a hard bound […]

Lessons from the Aether


Tweet of the Day:  Yet Another Pitfall of Multi-POV Stories ——- Wow, this place looks a bit forlorn, like it needs something, a post mayhap? Yes, but I ran out ideas for the world building series, so what now? How about more video game posts? Or movies, haven’t seen many this summer, but everybody likes […]

Space for Rent: Games As Art Are More Than Just The Story


Tweet of the Day: AW Blog Chain- (Volcanic) Fire and (Cosmic) Ice ——– Lets start with a video, shall we? Oh yeah, the link: http://www.necessarygames.com/my-games/loneliness/flash Did you watch the video? Did you follow the link? That is what I meant by video games and art. Yes I have harped about a good storyline, but what […]

Space for Rent: Between Glamorization and Hard Truths


Tweet of the Day: The Author’s Voice – Diane Dooley ——- Art is visceral. For good or for ill. Many times, it is both, with no dividing line in between. No, there is none, what so ever. I would like to have one, even a squiggly, snaking line on the beach that any five year […]