Television Delivers People
The jaunty music really drives the point home.
Question: Do you think this critique applies to other forms of social media? Consider the recent accusations of censoring Twitter trends.
Back during my grad school days at Savannah College of Art and Design, I attended a lecture about new media ranging from Richard Serra to Second Life. This write-up came from the notes I took while attending it. A professor of mine was giving one half of the lectures. On Richard Serra, I just want to say that every time I learn about him, I love him. For me, this man has a spine made of titanium. I admire his willingness to do different things.
Fun (n) with (ith) boomerangs (rangs). Obviously (viously), Serra (erra) loves (oves) the (e) little (le) things (ings) in (in) life (ife).
Serra creates a rhythm as he discusses what makes up a surprise during fighting.
Serra seems to combine the hypnotic qualities of Andy Warhol’s films and the experimental feel of silent cinema.