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Baba Yaga’s wisdom

Since very early age I’m fascinated by the thousands of portrayals of witches across cultures. (I’m not talking about the religious execution of “witches” in history but the witches in  mythology.)  In my mind the character of the “witch” is actually the archetype of the outcast woman. She encompasses all the things and characteristics that people are … Continue reading

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Urban (street) art stickers

I’m not a fan of graffiti and stickers plastered all over the beautifully and freshly painted buildings but you can’t deny that they’re very unique art forms that should have a (legal) place in any city. The 22 catch in it is that these artworks were born out of illegality and/or general resistance to mainstream culture so … Continue reading

Mind the rhetoric: “women in the entertainment industry”

An article that appeared on National Post (Canada) shocked the North American comedy circles so much in the last days that they’re now abuzz with comments and opinions about how women are represented or rather underrepresented in stand-up comedy and in case they do appear on stage, whether they really need to appear sexually unattractive … Continue reading

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