USING ART TO SURVIVE, THRIVE, AND SELF-ACTUALISE
It’s important to note, when looking at abstract art, that this kind of work is often depicting something that words are ill-equipped to express. In being human, by definition, there will be things we understand but cannot describe, things we know but cannot teach, and things we do that we cannot explain with words alone. […]
It is in times of solitude and prolonged quiet that some of our deepest fears emerge. Our body and mind, in these moments, are working in tandem to push the soul to begin the healing process. Or, as Stephen Cope (psychotherapist and yoga teacher) describes: ‘The “night sea journey” is the journey into the parts […]
When beholding a toilet enshrined upon a plinth, it might seem unrealistic to think that its role as a very ordinary object could inspire quiet confidence; but, it should. Duchamp teaches us with this urinal, that it is not what an object is, nor is it what an object looks like, which gives it importance. […]
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