Month: December 2017

Hamartia

Futility of life strikes us at an hour when we feel our most active self. All that energy building up, creating a crescendo, ultimately falls into deep dark pits in its culmination, for after all, when has any action ever executed ever mattered? Noel’s life was such a transient phase of such futility, all his Read More …

On Walls: The Modern Geopolitical Imaginary

Walls, apart from being inherent to the construction of ‘inside’ and ‘outside’, have proved themselves to be instrumental in maintaining issues emerging out of economic disparities and at the same time determine cases of inclusion-exclusion, identity-difference within its purview. Different types of walls, from the digital firewall to the Hadrian’s wall to the Great China Read More …

Bank Robbery: Penetrating the Walls of Bank Privatisation

The neo-liberal policies have definitely prompted smile in the faces of certain individuals in India. A definite cure from the economic ailments, which was somewhat guaranteed by some of the leading global financial institutions. What more a government could do, other than surrendering itself to their terms and conditions. Was the Indian government fooled? Absolutely Read More …

Symbols in Mindhunter: The Expanding Walls of Psychology

Art, literature, photography, motion pictures albeit diverse in nature, but all comes with a singular goal of providing entertainment to the individuals on the receiving end. The pieces of art and creation are always imbibed with shades of human nature. The very psychological shade that sets us apart from the fauna kingdom. Psychological interpretations are thus, at times, Read More …