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Viva la Revolución

Up until now we’ve been looking into the patterns we can see in society and have tried to dissect them. We’ve been trying to see what might be the reason that we, men and women, are still so divided. I have tried to give you an insight in how we maybe can break these patterns and what might bring us closer together. As a socially engaged photographer I’m interested in how I, and other visual artists, can bring change in visual/popular culture
Viva la Revolución

Up until now we’ve been looking into the patterns we can see in society and have tried to dissect them. We’ve been trying to see what might be the reason that we, men and women, are still so divided. I have tried to give you an insight in how we maybe can break these patterns and what might bring us closer together. As a socially engaged photographer I’m interested in how I, and other visual artists, can bring change in visual/popular culture. Like mentioned before: what we see and how we see it is of high influence on how children are evolving into young adults. At this moment we have the most visual culture of all time. We’re constantly surrounded by images. Everywhere you look, there’s visual input. As an image maker I feel a responsibility to be very conscious about the message I’m spreading and maybe more importantly: how I’m spreading it. We could change the education system, or write more books about how to liberate men but sometimes an image might say more than a thousand words. In this chapter I’m going to discuss how musicians and artists amongst myself are trying to change these stereotypical roles in popular culture.