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Sterile Dogma

Contributed by Mariam Darchiashvili on Mar 17th, 2020. Artwork published in
February 2019
    Sterile Dogma 1
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    Sterile Dogma is a printed translation of my Bachelor graduation thesis in the Graphic Design department at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague (KABK). Full title: Sterile Dogma: Nocturnus and its effect on the Human Development Through The Visual Culture in the Age of Radical Elation.

    From the Thesis web page:

    Today we are living in the world where fear and doubt are being condemned to the ever-lasting flight down the void. Regarded as concepts of weakness and futility and opposed by the constantly enhancing and inflated concept of positive-thinking and “gratefulness”, fear and doubt became even more shameful to experience than they used to be throughout the history. This becomes a reason for us to start denouncing such crucial parts of our lives as non-important ones or as those that are reinforcing fears and insecurities in favour of artificial cover made of all that successful compensating and striving. I see such escapism as an eminently important issue that can have poor fallout for our civilisation’s present and thus – future.

    Sterile Dogma 2
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    Sterile Dogma 3
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    Sterile Dogma 4
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