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Ep 14 - Dialectics of politicized art, or the intellectual history of white men in cars

 

The Arts Fuse welcomes a new character to their extended universe. Deanna Marie Costa, Arts Fuse critic and editor, joins Matt and Lucas to discuss a range of topics related to art, politics, and propaganda.

First, Deanna introduces herself and talks about what she covers for The Fuse. Then the panelists dive into Blake Maddux's review of Jennifer  Ratner-Rosenhagen’s The Ideas That Made America. A discussion about the  social and social implications of Sleeping Weazel's The Audacity: Women  Speak, follows. The performance is a powerful show using real life  stories of women who have gone through some truly gut-wrenching  situations. Finally, AOC's new optimistic short film published by The  Intercept gets put under the microscope. Her vision of a Green New Deal America, and the kind of art that might help make that vision a reality,  raises new questions and new possibilities.

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Book review - “The Ideas That Made America” — Not Made in America by Blake Maddux

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