Critical Theory createas Art 2.0, attempting the Final Deathblow to Culture — How do we fight it? | The Cave of Apelles

Critical Theory-zealots are vying for complete «Cultural Hegemony», introducing utopian demands for moral purity.

All ideas of objectivity and quality are under attack.

Jan-Ove Tuv explains how The National Academy of Art in Norway is being criticized for not being «woke» enough.
The situation is far from idiosyncratic. Indeed, it is indicative of a global phenomenon.
If we do not fight back, we are choosing authoritarian nepotism and the death of “creative freedom”.
In short: the end of «making it» as an outsider within the field of culture.

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  • Apelles was asked why he touched and retouched his pictures with so much care, to which he replied:
    "I paint for eternity"