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Are Video Games the Next Art Form?

June 5, 2013 |

Noah Davis at Pacific Standard considers the evolving artistic complexity of video games:

PERHAPS IRONICALLY, THE GROWTH of video games may help the general population talk about other forms of art, specifically interactive art. They present …

Koyaanisqatsi: Life Out of Balance

May 14, 2013 |

Nate Marshall writes on Koyaanisqatsi (1982) over at The Examined Life:

It isn’t a narrative drama, it isn’t a fiction, and it’s only reluctantly categorized as a documentary (because it’s not at all a documentary, …

Art as a Common Gift

April 18, 2013 |

Tony Woodlief defends the democratization of art over at Good Letters. This is a great point of discussion for cinema as filmmaking becomes cheaper and more accessible than ever before.

A casual traipse through Tumblr—an …

Longing for Eden

April 4, 2013 |

Musician Andrew Peterson talks to Petar Nenadov for The Gospel Coalition:

At the beginning of your recent album you quote J. R. R. Tolkien—”we all long for Eden, and we are constantly glimpsing it: our whole

On ‘Radical’ Christianity

March 18, 2013 |

Matthew Lee Anderson critiques the idea of “radical” faith in Christianity Today:

Interior-oriented movements can generate a lot of energy initially. But the gospel is supposed to create a culture, and a culture takes root only …

Video Games Open Friday at MOMA

March 6, 2013 |

Brian Crecente at Polygon writes,

“Video games invade the Museum of Modern Art in New York City this year, sharing space with the likes of Andy Warhol’s Tomato Soup Cans, Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night and …

Fitted for the Grasping of Truth

March 1, 2013 |

Martin Luther, Letter to Eoban Hess

“I am persuaded that without knowledge of literature pure theology cannot at all endure, just as heretofore, when letters have declined and lain prostrate, theology too, has wretchedly fallen …

The Limits of Fiction

February 12, 2013 |

Today, Wheaton College professor and writer Alan Jacobs describes his views on the powers and limits of literature over at The American Conservative. What do you think?

So yesterday Teju Cole posted this reflection on …