Can Satire be a Mean...

The entire version of this thesis is available for downloading  on the Concordia University Research Repository (PDF). Introduction   Satire: the art which “afflicts the comfortable and comforts the afflicted.” H. L. Mencken (1880-1956) (Roukes, 1997, p. 85)   The principal...

The Google Experience May29

The Google Experienc...

“The Google Experience.”  At the mid of June 2012, I received an invitation to participate in an open competition for a mural project for the new Google office, in Montreal. The proposal sparked my curiosity and I responded positively. Soon after I got invited to have an introductory tour of...

Reflections on Deleu...

The Deleuzeian rhizome theory states that the knowledge about the world is acquired freely and independently through a process of multiple non-hierarchical structures of representation and interpretation, without any particular beginning or end point. It means that an idea should not have a...

Camera Bianca: Relat...

The concept: Camera Bianca: Relational Me was born as a composite of various inspirations of which the leading force was the Marcel Duchamp’s final farewell artwork titled Étant donnés (1946-1966). Duchamp was working on this composition for twenty years in secret of his Greenwich Village...

Apocalipsis Apr12

Apocalipsis

Apocalipsis, is an experimental concept to exhibit various artworks, which are composed thematically together, in a form of visual disorder through which I intend to communicate to the viewer various facts concerning our contemporary realities through the pedagogy of metamorphic imagery. The...

Reflections Dec12

Reflections

“To write is perhaps … to select the whispering voices, to gather the tribes and secret idioms from which I extract something I call myself.” (Jarrett, 2007, p. 79) To paint is perhaps … to select the whispering colors, to gather the silhouettes of thoughts and secret idioms from which I...

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