art: vanity viruses
Posted in the Christian Forum
#1 Feb 5, 2013
When one object collides with another, when do human brains interpret the given speed of the colliding objects as sufficiently great enough to perceive causal collision? In other words, if a tennis ball collides with a another tennis ball (the hit ball) at a very very slow speed and the hit tennis ball is moved beause of the collision, the human brain may perceive that the slow speed is not sufficient to have created the hypothetical 'collision caused motion' of the hit ball.
Therefore, perceptions of speed contribute to brain perceptions of collision-related causal motion.
This implies that if the handicapped American baseball player Jim Abbott excels (which he did) despite his handicap, audiences may not necessarily connect his athletic achievements with effort impairment, simply because his achievements may be related to agility and not muscle inspiration.
These sorts of society conundrums illuminate the psychiatric comfort value of art. Art as we know presents colorful and ornamental perspectives on anxiety, melancholy, elation, and confusion. Therefore, someone who claims that art is the sole domain of expressions of confidence rather than private sentimentality (and i.e., confusion, anxiety, etc.) could be considered a "medium" fascist.
In other words, perhaps artistically-intentioned but gaudy franchises such as the gaudy but ornamental celebrity-based Planet Hollywood restaurant chain do indeed reveal the creative value of modesty introspection-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Surviving Picasso" (1996) and "Frida" (2002).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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