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“Massurrealism shows us that humans control the art, and that art is still being made by a human artist with a human message. It is using these methods that give the artist control over the creative work, and not the other way around.”
Art Media Journal presents “What is massurrealism?” a brief overview chronicling a few of the past directions in art and other factors that eventually led up to the grassroots art genre known as massurrealism in 1992.
With special thanks to the artists in this presentation: James Seehafer, Michael Morris, Philip Kocsis, Domenic Ali, Chip Simons, Troy Paiva, Alan King, Sergio C. Spinelli, Beata Cervin, Simian Coates, Melanie Marie Reichert, Tré, and John Pacovsky.
Massurrealism is a portmanteau word coined in 1992 by American artist James Seehafer, who described a trend among some postmodern artists that mix the aesthetic styles and themes of surrealism and mass media—including pop art. It is a development of surrealism that emphasizes the effect of technology and mass media on contemporary surrealist imagery, which combines elements of surrealism and mass media, the latter consisting of technology and pop art—a form of technology art.
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March 11, 2017 1 Comment
Cryptocurrency trader Willy Woo gives an overview of how to use Google tools to gain insight into the price of bitcoin. Discover smart and easy to follow methods he uses to determine if and when bitcoin is overvalued.
March 9, 2017 Leave a comment
1. Egg keep you feeling full much longer than cereal or toast.
The protein and fat in eggs helps sustain your energy levels, keeping you satisfied for longer and reducing the need for a mid morning snack.
2. Eggs assist weight loss.
This is a follow on benefit from keeping you satiated. Studies have shown that people who eat eggs for breakfast are more likely to lose weight than those who ate bagels.
3. Eggs are a great source of protein.
Whole eggs are one of the most complete sources of protein, meaning eggs contain all the essential amino acids which we must get from our diets.
4. Eggs tend to be relatively inexpensive.
Compared to other high protein foods such as red meat, even free range eggs are more budget friendly.
5. Eggs aren’t going to make your cholesterol worse.
While it’s true that eggs do contain a significant amount of cholesterol, the old formula of the cholesterol you eat impacting on your blood cholesterol levels, has been disproven. So there’s no need to worry about eating eggs increasing your risk for heart disease.
6. Eggs help with brain development and memory.
Choline, an essential nutrient found in eggs, stimulates brain development and function. It has also been linked with increasing memory retention and recall as well as improving alertness.
7. Eggs protect your eyesight.
Two antioxidants, leutin and zeaxanthin, are present in eggs and have been linked to protecting eyes from damage related to UV exposure. They have also been associated with reducing the likelihood of developing cataracts in old age.
March 7, 2017 Leave a comment
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