by Jason Smythe
I have a confession to make: I am an addict. My addiction: Mad Men. And with the show on hiatus until 2015 I am suffering from serious withdrawals. I thought I had experienced pain but I was mistaken, for there is no pain greater than a Mad Men detoxification. But in-between the jags of immense soul-crushing pain I had an epiphany, and it was that Mad Men is more than a TV show – it is art. What is my definition of art and how Mad Men reaches such lofty heights? Read more to find out. Continue reading
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Tagged Addiction, Art, Caravaggio, Detox, Getty Museum, Jason Smythe, Mad Men, Renaissance, Sublime, Television, Titian, visual art
As part of Satellite Gallery’s ongoing effort to provide learning opportunities for students, we are happy to be part of a class project created by five SFU students from the Faculty of Contemporary Art. Sheena Clark, Eliza Nguyen, Sebastian Laskowski, Rachael Nakamura, and Tina Shabani curated a hypothetical exhibition called Nobody at Satellite Gallery. Here is a glimpse of their proposal and Power Point presentation.
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Tagged Body, Cultural Studies, Fashion, FPA311, Image, Media, Queerness, Sexuality, SFU Faculty of Contemporary Arts, Student Project, Television