To be creative, is a constant search for ways of expression, different strategies to amuse, to chock to impress or to make a statement. But the juxtaposition of art and entertainment in the process of creating has according to me, been hard to follow.
I do wonder, if the creativeness is based on, which it is, if we face the facts, money . Would every person who has an occupation with a creative basis, would they base their creation on the material matter such as money. And or is the “Art” Bohemian wonders of the world who desires to strive against this ideology, would they just create solitarily on their believes that they need to make a statement toward us “sell out” creators who needs to bend the rules a bit, just to make a living?
I don’t know it’s just a thought I had, mainly because I don’t see this “issue” in black and white. I do both, whenever time, passion and the opportunity offer me, I go on and take it and mould it into my vision.
It is interesting how different an artform can be interpreted, whether it is a movie, comic, character, book or any other artform for that matter.
Wonder woman is according to William Moulton Marston a distinctive feminist role amongst all her fellow associates in the Justice League.
Wearing very tight and very revealing, if I can call it suite. Leaving her female abundance very clear for the male spectator to clearly enjoy viewing.
This clearly shows that the female character, even though she is proven to be a feminist icon. Lets us believe that she is an object of pleasure to gaze upon.
My point in this confusing rambling input, is can I or any one else for that matter create or produce anything thats not considered a social ideology or against any ideology?
It can create so many questions, for example why isn't WOnder woman black or if she was would that be a negative standpoint?
Laura Mulvey's germinal essay "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema" (written in 1973 and published in 1975) expands on this conception of the passive role of women in cinema to argue that film provides visual pleasure through scopophilia,  and identification with the on-screen male actor. She asserts: "In their traditional exhibitionist role women are simultaneously looked at and displayed, with their appearance coded for strong visual and erotic impact so that they can be said to connote to-be-looked-at-ness,"
Wonder Woman is a fictional character, a DC Comics superheroine created by William Moulton Marston as a "distinctly feminist role model whose mission was to bring the Amazon ideals of love, peace, and sexual equality to a world torn by the hatred of men."
I'm home from Kuwait. Even though I'm not a very spiritual person, I believe that in some cases we happen to be in places and live through certain events that are there to reach our ego.
Amongst all my complaints I talked to a worker.
, who is from India, he has been working at the plant for 21 years, he mets his wife and three kids once a year for two months. Salary not that high. , and I ought to tell you that place is not the one you plant your eyes on in CSI.
The workers on the ship are not aloud to enter Kuwait so they stay on the ship for about five months.
Anyway my point is Swedish people are known to be unappreciative, whining goons, and I often fill that category.
So now I will wrap it up with an American ending, Kuwait, has very nice working class people the indian, philippines Bangladeshi workers, they are curious and they have the most upbeat smile and approach that just makes you want to laugh with them.
Markets are one of my favourite things, fresh fish, cheap clothes, fresh coffee and haggling workers. Lebanese food and shisha 😉
Watching TopGear with my brother at the moment, after work I went through a self- assessment phase. I never liked the idea of being owned by people, companies or anything who's in need of telling me when to do what and how I should think.
Of course there are moments when you should stop and just listen to the advice that is given to you . My so called mentor or that is how he refers himself as. Turned around and forced me to only create to his benefit, his tone was inevitably condescending and obvious. In my head I knew exactly what he was going to say. I'm no Bergman or Fellini, but I l like to think that I have the right to pitch or share my ideas to whomever I want, and I like to keep it that way. The words: well everybody else here, doesn't exist to me. if it's like that then I am the exception. I like to think that your ideas your creativity belongs to nobody, it just becomes an expression from thoughts. Owning it will only destroy the process of creation. Not to be dramatic, I'm simply stating my thoughts.
Had a discussion with my brother about the word Feminism, I have never thought about the word, or the term, when read out to me. But I am in practise, a feminist.
Most people think dreads, no shaving, lesbians and other terms when hearing the word. But the fact is that the everyday woman who lives here life, like anyone else with the "normal" strive to make her money, vote, discuss, make choices etc and believes and knows that she has the full right to performs this, is effectively a feminist.
So it's not only burning bras or braided underarm hair.
But the term doesn't define me as a person, it is a label that has been created because the society isn't rightfully aware of the fact that we are equal, and it goes for race,religion, culture and sexuality. I say this because as other social terms there are a greater spectrum, where the radials and fanaticals has to take term as an excuse to define what they are and why they behave un rational.