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MV Analysis/Theory: BTS and Nietzsche
"One must still have chaos within oneself, to give birth to a dancing star." - Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None, by Friedrich Nietzsche. (wiki on the book here) 1. For Whom You Shine The book begins with the quote: "You great star, what would your happiness be had you not those for whom you shine?" This clearly plays into the song lyrics, that they are nothing without the person they love. They offer their blood, sweat and tears to them, without this person to shine for, they are empty. 2. The Most Beautiful Moment in Life Nietzsche's writing often refers to the idea of eternal recurrence. This is the idea that all events in one's life will happen again and again, infinitely. "The embrace of all of life's horrors and pleasures alike shows a deference and acceptance of fate, or Amor Fati. The love and acceptance of one's path in life is a defining characteristic of the overman*. *Overman - Nietzsche thinks that it is important for every generation to overcome their humanity. To be better than it, to push forward and grow and defy the boundaries set by the mere fact that we're human. Someone who creates something new is an overman. Is Jin repeating his actions over and over again but changing it slightly each time? Are we witnessing the butterfly effect? (For example we see Jungkook on the bike again, the lilies from I Need U, etc) Will the most beautiful moment in life go on forever, and is it turning into a nightmare?
Betty Woodman: A Journey from a Production Plotter to a Famous Artist
Betty Woodman: A Journey from a Production Plotter to a Famous Artist Betty Woodman was a ceramic craftsman most popular for her extravagantly vivid and innovative work which acquired acknowledgment in the mid-1970s. She frequently worked with a deconstructed adaptation of the conventional artistic vessel, with her pieces going from huge site-explicit wall paintings to fragmentary segments and rug-like floor pieces. "It bodes well to utilize mud for pots, containers, pitchers, and platters, however, I like to have things the two different ways," the craftsman clarified. "I make things that could be useful, yet I truly need them to be viewed as show-stoppers." In its utilization of shading and example, Woodman's initial work can be viewed as a response to the overwhelmingly sober Minimalist and Conceptual stylish pervasive at that point. Brought into the world on May 14, 1930, in Norwalk, CT, she considered craftsmanship at Alfred University and was outstandingly the mother of the commended late picture taker Francesca Woodman. Betty Woodman's works can be found in the assortments of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, among others Among the first contemporary American ceramists, Betty Woodman has been imagining and re-designing new and conventional structures, delivering extravagant, splendidly hued, and clever works since the mid-1950s. This resulted in a special style of Betty Woodman art. During the Pattern and Decoration development during the '70s, her profession acquired the energy it has had from that point onward. This was the year she created one of her most acclaimed works, the Pillow Pitcher, where she made a vessel out of a bulbous shape squeezed at the two finishes like a pad. She additionally delivers painterly divider pieces and huge scope establishments, platters, and, most enduringly, jars in an unending cluster of styles, going from human figures to erratically composed, multi-sided Cubist reflections. The imaginative practices of Italy and the Mediterranean locale educate Woodman's work, which is additionally set apart by Chinese and Modernist impacts, and the excitement of her unbounded methodology. Betty Woodman showed her advantage in the earth while she was a youngster. She got her scholastic specialization at the School for American Craftsmen in Alfred, New York. At 20 years old, she started to fill in as a potter and had the full help of her family. Shockingly, those were difficult years for ladies to get occupied with the 'men's universe' of ceramics. In spite of this, she managed to make special artworks of ceramics. Betty Woodman ceramics for sale are available online. On the off chance that she wasn't so tireless, or even somewhat difficult, she wouldn't have succeeded. It was uniquely during the 1970s, and the ascent of the Pattern and Decoration development when ladies started to take part in line-ups and shows. This was an extraordinary chance for her to show individuals her capacities, manifestations, and conceivable outcomes. Betty Woodman's innovation of the 'Cushion Pitcher', a shape that addresses a mix of Etruscan vessels and Chinese porcelain, has made her way for the world, and become her 'brand name'. Perhaps the main shows in this current craftsman's life were the review of her work between the 1950s and 2006, when she displayed her pieces at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, an uncommon recognition for the specialists that are as yet alive. Her inventiveness could be found in Deco Lake Shore (2003, Metropolitan Museum), where she gave a mix of graphite and ink land sigillata and wax on high-quality paper. Woodman's expert life was affected by Italy generally, so it is no bizarre that Italian Baroque had a significant part in her imagination. As a prize for her wonderful commitment to fired craftsmanship, and workmanship generally, she got a few acknowledgments, similar to multiple times National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in 1980 and 1986 or Fulbright-Hays Scholarship in Italy which she got in 1996. Acknowledgments and respect don't stop there, as this separated craftsman likewise got the title of Doctor of Fine Arts Causa from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 2006 or Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design. Until now, her canvases, pottery, and different works have been visible in numerous shows at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Gallery Diet, Miami, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, Frank Lloyd Gallery, California, Denver Art Museum, and numerous others. Betty Woodman kicked the bucket at an age of 87 on the fourth of January, 2018.
5 Items Rich Hipster Gamers Should Have
You love video games. You've loved them your whole life, and damn if you don't want to express that to everyone you know. Well, now that online shopping is a ubiquitous experience, it has become easier. No need to look an acne-ridden teen in the eye as you make your nerdy purchases. Now you can do it from the comfort of your ergonomic gaming chair! What better way to accent your living room (gaming den) than with this amazingly well-crafted coffee table? Modeled after the classic Super Nintendo controller, this table will have your friends experiencing fits. Just make sure they don't get frustrated enough to throw it across the room. At the low, totally reasonable price of $7,000, you better act fast, as only one of these tables exists! Grab it today from Etsy user BohemianWorkbench. Okay, so maybe furniture isn't, like, your bag, man. that's cool, I get it. There's still plenty to go around for the most devout of video game fans, though, so don't worry! Next up on this listing is this wonderful Pac-Man pendant. "Pac-Man?" you scoff, a modern person. "What would I want with that?" Well just slow your role there friend. Pack the high horse away. This is not just any Pac-Man. This is a Pac-Man wrought from 14k gold and goddamn DIAMONDS. It's dazzling, it's beautiful, it's retro. Eat your heart out. This guy sells for the cool, easy price of $2,280. It's available through Traxnyc's online Etsy shop. What better way to flaunt your passions? Okay, jewelry isn't your thing either. Don't despair! There is a plethora of other things out there that will truly encapsulate your devotion for the gaming industry. Next up on our listings is this fantastic piece of artwork, a real original. Well technically it's a reproduction of a game still, but it was created by an artist using acrylic paint on canvas. Called "Sonic and Tails Take Flight" it is truly an impressive work of art. You can pick up this marvel of modern (post-modern?) art for just $1,200 from Etsy user Squarepainter. Okay, so your apartment is already covered in priceless works of gaming art, and you just can't find the room to squeeze one more onto it. No worries, dear friend! There is yet hope that you can find just the item to complete your gaming dungeon of a home. this could be it! An internet-famous 10-gallon fish tank modeled after the Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Described as being perfect for Betta fish, this one-of-a-kind item is made with a 10-gallon fish tank and the master sword platform is made from LEGOs, with a lovely vinyl backdrop. This is a must-have for fish owners and fans of the franchise. This comes in at the severely low price of $650, a steal for such a unique item, and is available from TheWiredLife's Etsy shop. Okay, I think we've found it. The ultimate item, totally necessary for your home to be the complete shrine to all things gaming. Are you American? DO YOU LOVE AMERICA? YEAH YOU DO. DO YOU LOVE GAMES? YEAH YOU DO. This is the ultimate combination of both of those two loves. It is exactly what the doctor called for, boasting over 60 retro arcade titles packed into one awesome cocktail table. It can be free-to-play or coin operated, so it even acts as a super awesome piggy bank. Really, why wait? For just $1,899.95, it's highway robbery on your part. Get it now from 60ArcadeGames' Etsy shop.