Monthly Archives: April 2013

Re-politicizing art?, or What is Art after Art?: (Religion, Politics, and the Earth Blog Tour)

Please forgive this brief preface:    This post is part of something larger…something much, much larger: a blog tour put together by Homebrewed Christianity meant to investigate and critique Clayton Crockett and Jeffrey Robbins’ recently published “Religion, Politics, and the Earth” (hereafter RPE). If you aren’t already familiar with their book, you can now become […]

Sublime and/or Rehearsal: What is the meaning of a painting?

What is the meaning of a painting? Let us confront this question by first contemplating how the search for a painting’s meaning functions; what does this type of understanding even look like? Must we interpret something before declaring it significant? Is meaning something that we think? The first major distinction to be made is the […]