You can argue that all art is political in some way. Even a pile of yarn or landscape painting can be interpreted through a political context. But the various moments of the 20th century are political in obvious ways. We're going to dive into Kathe Kollwitz and the German war. Then the Russian revolution by Kazimir Malevich and Vladimir tatlin and lastly Pablo Picasso. We have to consider how each of these works is political, how each artis used the material and platforms of their own times to make unforgettable statements, and how these approaches might inform our own modes and means of expression.
V takes over the national television stations and broadcasts his message to the public that there is a need for a revolution. He highlights the cruelty and injustice in the country, the robbing of the public's common sense, and the government's ask for the public's silent obedience in exchange for peace and security.