TWO

Life Is Not So Contemporary.

 

Everything in our lives has leaded us to this moment.

Mainstream is current thought that is widespread. It includes all popular culture and media culture, typically disseminated by mass media.

It is to be distinguished from subcultures and countercultures, and at the opposite extreme are cult followings and fringe theories.

 

Mainstream pressure, through actions such as peer pressure, can force individuals to conform to the mores of the group (e.g., an obedience to the mandates of the peer group). Some, such as those of modern Hipster culture, have stated that they see mainstream as the antithesis of individuality.

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GRINDER
ANARCHY
LIFE IS NOT SO CONTEMPORARY #1
LIFE IS NOT SO CONTEMPORARY #2
LIFE IS NOT SO CONTEMPORARY #3
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Modern storytelling has a broad purview. In addition to its traditional forms (fairytales, folktales, mythology, legends, fables etc.), it has extended itself to representing history, personal narrative, political commentary, and evolving cultural norms. Contemporary storytelling is also widely used to address educational objectives.

New forms of media are creating new ways for people to record, express, and consume stories. Tools for asynchronous group communication can provide an environment for individuals to reframe or recast individual stories into group stories.[3] Games and other digital platforms, such as those used in interactive fiction or interactive storytelling, may be used to position the user as a character within a bigger world. Documentaries, including interactive web documentaries, employ storytelling narrative techniques to communicate information about their topic.

I think a work of art is a confession made by the artist. 

 

Word family: Confession, confess.

Synonyms: Acknowledgement, admission, profession, owning up, disclosure, statement, [opposite of denial or concealment]

Related ideas: Preaching, “witnessing”, loyalty, faith, conversion, honesty, repentance and forgiveness

Definitions: Confession is owning up to something you know or believe, and telling it forthrightly to all who should hear it.

BOOK OF EVIDENCE #1

BOOK OF EVIDENCE #2