Ray Caesar

The Art of Ray Caesar

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The Trouble with Angels 

Ray Caesar says that issues with his father contributed to the arrival of Harry, an “alternate,” when he was 10. The boy is disguised as a girl in Caesar’s art, and remains present in his daily life as an alter ego. “Harry is beyond anger – he enjoys it,” says Caesar. “My job is to keep Harry under control.”

Sort of. 

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Caesar suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder, uses his art as an outlet to express trauma. He was born in London, England in 1958 and moved with his family to Canada in 1967. He describes his childhood art as “atypical and aberrant” as it was unlike the bright pop art of the 60s and 70s. Drawing inspiration from era paintings, Caesar creates fantasy scenes that include innocent young girls, sensual young women or ageless divas or cold blooded predators, sirens/octopussy creatures. Some of these feminine…

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Fabricating Reality – The War on the American Mind

How does the average person fathom a warfare as advanced and complex as psychological warfare.

First conceptualized by the  KGB  in the 1923 and refined for the
21st Century by the Russian Federation under Vladimir Putin.

What does FBI Director Comey mean when he says he says the FBI  is investigating a covert Russian effort to interfere in the U.S. 2016
Presidential election?

The most important concept to understand is Active Measures.

“…a form of political warfare conducted by Soviet intelligence and security services to influence the course of world events. Active measures range “from media manipulations to special actions involving various degrees of violence” and include disinformation, propaganda, counterfeiting official documents, assassinations…”


Russia’s ‘Active Measures’ Are Back with a Vengeance

In this short video I illustrate  how  the Kremlin uses
‘Active Measures’ to spin lies into alternate facts.

 

Slide show by Rob Goldstein

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