Tag Archives: consumerism

Sunday 07 October – The story of stuff

A very simple expression about the interconnectedness of life and our cultural habits as an integrated society. This has been circulating for years and musters much truth. What is important is that we actually listen and then progress towards change, … Continue reading

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Friday 04 May 2012 – Owned & Operated

Owned & Operated (Documentary) is a mosaic of the world through the lens of the Internet – showing our lives as consumers, under the thumbs of privileged individuals and their methods of control. But the world is awakening, and the … Continue reading

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Thursday 19 January 2012 – Accumulation…

As human beings we have an uncanny ability to collect and accumulate. Lets think deeply about this for a moment… We have been conditioned by our cultural environment and construct to collect and accumulate. If we are not accumulating materialistic … Continue reading

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Saturday 03 September 2011 – Planned obsolescence

A very interesting short documentary on the history and continual perpetuation of what is known as planned obsolescence… This insightful documentary outlines the historical steps which were taken in prioritising an economic framework by which current cultural practices are driven … Continue reading

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Friday 15 July 2011 – Deeply Moving

The following documentary is subject matter I am extremely passionate about; in essence social justice! An extremely thought provoking, emotive and powerfully moving documentary on our current understanding of how poverty fits in to our Western dominated paradigm. A fairly … Continue reading

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