Writing about pop art zombie
The living dead are here to stay. Whole different thing! Possible causes for zombie behavior in a modern population can be attributed to viruses, bacteria or other phenomena that reduce the mental capacity of humans causing them to behave in a very primitive and destructive fashion.
For Haitian slaves, the invention of the zombie was proof that the abuse they suffered was in a way more powerful than life itself—they had imagined a scenario in which they continued to be slaves even after death. Both the sixties and the nineties were about youth, creativity, free-thinking, and expression.
They had such a playful and quirky energy. Sarah Dumont Denise was the trickiest role for me to cast.
Zombie pop culture
It paved the way for Art that that challenged the convention of fine art. Whether we like it or not, these thoughts are manipulated by popular culture. One could even say that MTV is pop culture. Tattoos have always had an important role in ritual and tradition. They began with bold colors, and they also adopted the silk-screening. Instead American pop culture has used the zombie, fraught as it is with history, as a form of escapism, rather than a vehicle to explore its own past or current fears. The success of these two zombie games inspired a wave of Asian zombie films. Each theme tends to reflect off their society and how history was made. It felt silly and crazy but in a totally fresh and entertaining way. For Haitian slaves, the invention of the zombie was proof that the abuse they suffered was in a way more powerful than life itself—they had imagined a scenario in which they continued to be slaves even after death. We shot long nights and got very little sleep. It was an easy choice for me. Without realizing it, everyday these trends of thought affect the way we dress, live and think. This mass media includes books, magazines, movies, and television. The internet and globalization have also played a huge role in our culture; all of which have their own meanings, but ultimately build our culture.
Wait, that's surrealism.
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