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Nick Cave, Illustration. Gouache, pencil and biro. Jenny Q 2013

    Nick Cave, Illustration. Gouache, pencil and biro. Jenny Q 2013

     
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Henry Rollins. Illustration. Gouache, pencil and biro. Jenny Q 2013

    Henry Rollins. Illustration. Gouache, pencil and biro. Jenny Q 2013

     
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Brody Dalle. Illustration. Gouache, biro and pencil. Jenny Q 2013

    Brody Dalle. Illustration. Gouache, biro and pencil. Jenny Q 2013

     
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Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love. Illustration. Gouache, pencil and biro. Jenny Q 2013

    Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love. Illustration. Gouache, pencil and biro. Jenny Q 2013

     
  5. Video montage taking elements of violence from entertainment and disturbing incidents from real life to demonstrate the contrast between the casual attitudes towards violence in a fantasy context and the attitudes of the public and the media towards famous acts of brutality and murder in reality. 

    I am not saying that there is a link between fictional violence and the homicidal behaviour of individuals in certain clips featured but trying to observe people’s attitudes towards objects which are designed to kill or cause major harm. In what way are they threatening and terrifying in one instance but sexy or glamorous in another context?

    Jen Quigley 2012

     
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    Quick sketch of Blixa Bargeld. Pencil and charcoal. 

    Quick sketch of Blixa Bargeld. Pencil and charcoal. 

     
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Portrait of Christian Bale
Oil On Canvas
By Me. 

    Portrait of Christian Bale

    Oil On Canvas

    By Me. 

     
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    Lamentation by Giotto 

    Lamentation by Giotto 

     
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    Tags: philosophynihilism

    Philosophy Talk

    John Perry and Ken Taylor chat with Hubert Dreyfus about nihilism, the meaning of life, and other silly things.

    The image is detail from Joan Miró’s La Leçon de Ski.

     
  10. The Medici: Godfathers of The Renaissance: The Magnificent Medici

    Lorenzo de’ Medici becomes a driving force of the Renaissance; monk Savonarola promotes fundamentalist purification of Florence after the death of Lorenzo de’ Medici.