This week we talk about The complicated relationship between humans and technology. We start with the movie Surrogates, starring Bruce Willis, and the underlying worldview and art in this movie. We also cover the advancement in the introduction of portable oil paints and how John G. Rand helped enable artists to paint on sight. We finish off talking about Linsey Sterling and Nigel Stanford and their use of technology in their music and videos unique and intriguing.
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John G. Rand - http://ncartmuseum.org/pdf/revolution-supplement.pdf
Claude Monet - The Manneporte https://www.flickr.com/photos/renzodionigi/3818502466
Linsey Sterling - http://www.lindseystirling.com
Nigel Stanford - Cymatics - http://nigelstanford.com/Cymatics/
For this First episode of the new year we though it would be a good idea to start off with the topic of Joy, more specifically on the human need for joy, how christianity is the only source that provides the necessary preconditions for joy, and artists that do a good job communicating joy in their art.
We starts by talking about The Great American novel "The Great Gatsby"
- Available on amazon: http://www.amazon.com/The-Great-Gatsby-Scott-Fitzgerald/dp/0743273567
- Or the short version: The Great Gatsby- Sparknotes
Next we talk about that fail of the Disney classic Cinderella
Also a bonus of the Grimm version Roy talks about liking more: http://germanstories.vcu.edu/grimm/cinder.html
And Last but not least we talk about Owl City by Adam Young
- My Everything: Owl City- My Everything
- Hello Seattle: Owl City Hello Seattle
- His Interview: Adam Young Interview- Pathos.com
The other music featured in this episode were as heard in this order on podcast:
Intro: Akkadian Empire by Audio Machine
Yes Sir, Thats My Baby by Ace Brigode and His 14 Virginians
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Bo by Helena Bonham Carter from the motion picture soundtrack
And the last two songs are mentioned above by Owl City