“In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.”
This article argues that pop-culture can explain citizens’ indifference towards the EU.
In the arts, design, advertising, as well as in the music business, Andy Warhol always focused on identity.
His work seems to answer one and one only question: how does mass communication’s daily consumption shape human beings’ perception of both the collective and the individual self?
In the mechanical repetition of soup cans and Hollywood’s icons, he was able to see and to reproduce desire and fear, of control and meaning.
Kevin Spacey knows.
The famous 15 minutes to be famous are a commodity, which people want to buy, and even die for, to convey a