"Surrealism" has become shorthand for the bizarre, the irrational, the hallucinatory. But what IS it? Or what WAS it? Integrating found objects, experimenting with automatism, or the disorienting effects of collage, and summoning the uncanny body to socially critical ends. If we could find meanings that exist beyond the rational mind, we might be free from the tyranny of the mundane logic, and that we might discover truths more real than reality. Today we delve into the history and make a case why Surrealism is important.
Neil deBuck Weasel and the opossums are happy to find space rocks, which consist of iron, carbon, and a hint of nickel. They soon learn that the rocks have unusually strong magnetic fields and attract to each other. Although largely exaggerated, this clip could be used to illustrate magnetism and the elements found on asteroids.