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looking at a blank document, hoping to write an essay on the place of constructivism in soviet art.
I like him. That's all.
I've written a title so far...that is all.
Examine the place of ‘constructivism’ in the history of Soviet art (and, if you wish, architecture) c1917-1934, plus a few notes here and there. Yes Rodchenko is great, but I love the architecture they designed in particular, immense.
Im also at uni trying to write an essay on Gproteins as potential targets for drugs. Its boring. I might go and get a burrito.
Was about to start writing an essay on politics and aesthetics but it turns out its not in for another week and a half. Now I have to find something to do to ensure my journey wasn't a complete waste of time...
Am planning on starting my essay on the impartiality of news broadcasters this evening. Which, relatively, is pretty sweet.
not that i know anything about broadcast, just print. yay.
Nick something... used to be on ITV, now on the Beeb... write about him. He never feels impartial, I always feel like he's shouting at me. Moira Stewart and Nicholas Witchell have a great diluted, sterilised view of the world which makes me just think they don't care and are giving me 'just the facts'.
But Jon Snow and Krishnan Guru-Murphy from C4 and Paxman and Jez Vine from Newsnight are best.
If I could choose the best way to digest my news, I would have David Dimbleby in a snug jumper come to my house, sit in a well worn, favourite chair of his and tell me with his kind, watery eyes.