Posts Tagged 'political art'

The Ectoplasm of Self-Delusion

The Ectoplasm of Self-Delusion addresses many business leaders’ mistaken belief that their success has been the result of just their own capability, ignoring both their advantages and others’ disadvantages. As white middle aged men, they are first amongst unequals. Spouting hubris akin to Sir Alan Duncan’s recent condemnation of those lacking wealth as low achievers, some seek to augment and immortalise themselves by having their likeness captured in bronze busts.

The Ectoplasm of Self-Delusion

The Ectoplasm of Self-Delusion addresses many business leaders’ mistaken belief that their success has been the result of just their own capability, ignoring both their advantages and others’ disadvantages. As white middle aged men, they are first amongst unequals. Spouting hubris akin to Sir Alan Duncan’s recent condemnation of those lacking wealth as low achievers, some seek to augment and immortalise themselves by having their likeness captured in bronze busts.

The Holy See Gets It

The title, The Holy See Gets It, quotes Monsignor Charles Scicluna, the Vatican’s former sex crimes prosecutor, and the work addresses the devastating 2014 report by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child into the Vatican’s handling of the clerical sexual abuse of children.

The Holy See Gets It

The title, The Holy See Gets It, quotes Monsignor Charles Scicluna, the Vatican’s former sex crimes prosecutor, and the work addresses the devastating 2014 report by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child into the Vatican’s handling of the clerical sexual abuse of children.

Memorial

At more than two metres tall, Memorial is an imposing monument that features a steady ‘waterfall’ of engine oil running across the carved names of known climate change deniers. Prior to being selected by the Global Sustainability Institute, Memorial was rejected by two high profile venues who saw it as too political or too risqué because it named living individuals.

Memorial

At more than two metres tall, Memorial is an imposing monument that features a steady ‘waterfall’ of engine oil running across the carved names of known climate change deniers. Prior to being selected by the Global Sustainability Institute, Memorial was rejected by two high profile venues who saw it as too political or too risqué because it named living individuals.