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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition taps into eco zeitgeist


I absolutely agree that the phrase "eco-zeitgeist" is ridiculous shock jock kind of journalism, designed to illicit a response. This article has very little if any academic merit. Chopping down ancient woodlands? slowly killing beech trees in a heavily air conditioned gallery (with their root systems completely destroyed to fit in tiny boxes). All this does is point out that the leaders of our publishing businesses and big practices are hopelessly out of date and their positions as leaders have become unsustainable. Our industry is slowly becoming science and evidence based and these old school charlatans wont be able to keep bullshitting forever.

Posted date

25 June, 2019

Posted time

10:28 am