I stumbled on this review and watched the film.
I really like the aesthetic imaginations
many outstanding musical elements
The not so good:
It’s basically a hedonism fest
The social themes and challenges are tackled on a very superficial level.
For my taste it is too oversexualized.
Source: Review: Janelle Monae’s ‘Dirty Computer’ – Rolling Stone
Tech industry types think they’re the best thing ever to happen to music and the arts. Don’t believe them
Source: Silicon Valley moguls aren’t going to save the arts: The ugly truths of patronage go back centuries – Salon.com
Over on Twitter I`ve reached 10000 tweets the other day and as a countdown to the 10000th tweet I decided to create a list of the 10 works that most helped me grow as a person and as an artist.
Here is that list as one posting and because of the number of tweets I just decided I`ll leave those numbers in front of the works:
9991 Van Gogh – Cafe Terrace at Night
„Gogh4“ von Vincent van Gogh – Unbekannt. Lizenziert unter Gemeinfrei über Wikimedia Commons.
9992 Georg Büchner “Danton’s Tod”
9995 The Simpsons – “Lisa’s Substitute”
9996 Beethoven – Symphony Nr. 7 II. Allegretto
9997 Network – “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not gonna take it”
9999 Goethe – “Faust”
10000 is not a work of fiction but a quote by Martin Luther King:
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.