When the Unreal Wounds

January 15, 2009

We all can love the unreal when it is presented as art in any form.  Impressionism, cubism, in painting,  in novels we revel in “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep”; in films like “Terminator” we are hugely entertained.  We happily step out of this world into an alternative one.  We suspend our connections to reality and we return refreshed and relaxed. What we have had for the past few years is an experience of an unreality which has become part of our ...