This week the trio is back together after some hardcore nomad-ing by Daniel. This episode starts of with some crappy conversation and continues to spiral the drain from there as we catch up and banter about whats been going on in our lives.
We introduce the new topic and series about Formalist art and what we'd like to cover over this next series of casts that you can look forward to hearing. What is formalist art? Basically in art, formalism is the study of art by analyzing and comparing form and style—the way objects are made and their purely visual aspects. You can think of a canvas with three colors all evenly painted onto it, looking a lot like a nations flag. There is no rhyme or reason for this, it almost purely composition and complimenting shapes and colors.
Finally we finish off with a game that you can participate in that we call fact vs fallacy. In this game we each tell 3 stories from our youth, two of which are true and one that is a lie. Your job is to determine which is a lie and comment on the episodes post, before anyone else, and tell us what you think the false story is. The first one to guess correct will win a copy of the highly applicable books Finding Truth or Total Truth by Nancy Pearcey.
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This week's Promo: Weird Al
Intro Music: Akkadian Empire by Audio Machine
Ending Song: Word Crimes by Weird Al Yankovic
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