Okay, so Su Leslie recently shared (here) about her visit to see Sydney’s Sculpture by the Sea (here):
I shared with Su that I enjoyed her post a little more this week because the art show we went to last week was a bit of a drain as it had some political and legal angles. I don’t mind the legal talk, but completely worn out from all the political talk this month (mid-term elections). And Colline (here) recently shared how she heard an author speak (in Canada) and American politics came up there as well.
I did like this next interactive piece.
The artist had a display set up to ask viewers whether or not they agreed that “a corporation is a person and if it should have the same rights and protections afforded human beings by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.”
We discussed the question and we were glad that some folks ripped the little circles to share their “split” view.
When I'm not plotting my next book, I watch movies and television programs, both new and old, on Acorn TV, Amazon, BritBox, Hulu, Apple TV, and Netflix. Afterward, I write reviews and scatter popcorn kernels. Whatever floats your remote is fine with me.