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    Steven Universe and Fascism

    In Steven Universe, the diamonds are fascist dictators responsible for the death and genocide of millions of gems. They establish a caste system, engage in biological warfare and experiment on their subjects. And yet, by the end of the show, all this is undone and forgiven. Does SU undermine the impact of war and fascism? How can SU’s view of fascism be contextualised outside of the show? How should children’s shows depict war without sugarcoating its atrocities?

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      64bitdreaming

      I understand the arguments in this article but I think that firstly, narcissism shouldn’t be used as a theoretical framework for understanding other things. Narcissism is a personality disorder, and it should be treated as that, nothing more or less. Secondly, as an art student I have mixed feelings about immersive art. I think to some extent, they combat the elitism and inaccessibility present in so many art spaces. I’m also someone who works a lot in creating art that is exclusively digital, so some part of me thinks this aversion some people have might be coming from a place of purism. On the other hand, I don’t want to see art that was cynically engineered to be commercial and instagrammable.

      Are Immersive Exhibitions Ruining Art?
      64bitdreaming

      I love Wednesday, they really butchered her character in the 2019 film. I’m really hoping that the new series will capture some of her original appeal

      The Appeal of Wednesday Addams
      64bitdreaming

      This is a very illuminating and sensitive piece. Great work!

      The Legacies of the Atomic Bomb in Anime