Sartre and Dadaism: the legacy of the World Wars on both the arts and philosophical thought.

To dismiss the impact of the World Wars on modern life and society would be a flawed decision. Their affect spans human wellbeing, politics, societal attitudes, international relations, military expectations and sustained fear of reoccurrence, all aspects crucially defining of modern life even 100 years on from the end of World War 1. Great disaster […]

Mental health and art: Jackson Pollock

Mental health is certainly an aspect of medicine and human health on the rise in terms of esteem and regard, it has transformed from a societal taboo to an increasingly accepted element of human behaviour and nature. A key part of the Conservative Party’s manifesto in 2017 detailed mental health, with a specific emphasis on […]