Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Caroline Roose MA Digital and Visual Communications

"The age of meism came with the end of consumerism and its concern for community, and of socialism with its concern for society. Meism is fostered by privatization and self- responsibility... the individual is held responsible for themselves." Jean Baudrillard.

"Meism is a world-accommodating religion for secular societies." says Caroline "Its theology follows naturalist philosophy in the belief that there is nothing beyond the natural. The other ethical key component is existentialism naming the never-ending process of individualization as the reason for contemporary rituals of self-castigation, self-improvement, and self-adulation. My work presents suggestions for religious practice in Meism." she continues

More information about the 2014 MA show can be found here

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