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Get Out, Atlanta, Sorry to Bother You, and The Afro-Surrealist Film MovementCategories: Video and CinemaThemes: Alegorical, Cinema, Politics, Pop Culture, Psychological
Add “Sorry To Bother You” to the mix and there appears to be an Afro-Surrealism resurgence in Black cinema. Surrealism is the 20-century avant-garde artistic and literary movement that sought to stir the creative potential of the unconscious mind position seemingly irrational imagery adjacent to one another. Artist Salvador Dali is among the most respect […]
Christie Neptune Surreal Video Art: An Afro-Surrealist Sci-fi FutureCategories: Video and CinemaThemes: Alegorical, Cinema, Conceptual, Lyrical, Politics, Sci-fi
Christie Neptune’s “She Fell from Normalcy” Stills Note On Surrealism, Past and Present Followers of contemporary surreal art, and perhaps this blog, may forget that surrealism (and it’s precursor, Dada) were politically inspired art movements. Dada’s “anti-philosophy” developed in reaction to World War I. Surrealism became notorious for many reasons. One of these was affiliating itself with the […]