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In Treatment

Authors write stories that are a reflection of their own life. Actors play characters that are a reflection of their own personality. Audiences watch films and insert themselves into the screenplay, extrapolating subtexts into their own lives, relating to the events on a deeply personal level; all this becomes extremely apparent when the story is … Continue reading


Things Learned from The Great Upheaval Collection at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Yesterday I visited the special exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario titled The Great Upheaval: Modern Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Collection. The focus pieces were created between 1910 and 1918 by forward-thinking and often abstract artists such as Picasso, Marc, Delanay (favourite), and Kandinsky (sometimes frightening). One hundred years ago seems like a place … Continue reading