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Linebaugh says he chose the verb to describe the commons because he wanted to make it a living activity, not just a resource or a concept. The term common makes the element of commons dynamic. Common behavior is built on a network of relationships that expects each of us to work for something in common […]

1.Self-reflection How exactly do we measure the definition of colonisation in art and research, and on what basis can we sympathise with Calton Hill? How do we know how it feels to be ‘colonised’ with our own ideas? It got us to consider whether or not our hearing is effective by having us study Critical […]

Jarman’s film “Blue” reveals the limits of language, expressing suffering and pain through a single blue image. Jarman turns to the complexity of color to convey the incoherent emotion of loss. The experimental film “BLUE” was created a year before the artist died of AIDS and expresses the expectation of vision and the revelations and […]

1/n her article, “Derek Jarman’s Blue: Negating the Visual”, Jenna Carine Ashton states “The auditory comes to replace the visual; with Blue there is a sensory tussle as we are forced  to listen.” Reflecting on your own experience of watching Blue, do you agree? Why/why not? 2/Consider this work in relation to González-Torres’ Untitled (A portrait of Ross […]

Games are a form of interactive entertainment that allow us to explore different aspects of our personality and the world around us. They can be used as a tool for self-expression and can help us to better understand ourselves and others. Games can also be used to relieve boredom or stress and can provide a […]

1.Can there be a weird studies? If so, why? If not, why not? “Strange research” is a field of scholarship that does not and cannot exist. Because research itself is something that is not bound by definition, or has a frame of reference that resists any given perceptual interpretation. Our mental filing cabinets are filled […]

power-on-like 需求式假性 喜欢 为了达到某种需求而喜欢一个人或一件事 Liking a person or thing in order to achieve a certain need 例如,你不喜欢工作,但是为了赚钱,所以你必须(假装喜欢) 你不喜欢一个人,但为了合作需求,你必须(假装)喜欢 You don’t like work, but to make money, so you have to (pretend to) like it You don’t like a person, but for the need to cooperate, you must (pretend to) like

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