“Sucker Punch” had the potential to be a superb and inventive commentary on the objectification of women or on the human mind, or even just a fun anime-style action flick. Instead, it becomes a mess of video-game references, sequins, and general confusion.
At a gathering at the Barker Center yesterday, MIT Psychology Professor Sherry Turkle—whose work has focused on the psychological impact of technology—said that despite technology’s potential to bring society together, its users often feel isolated.
Rosenfeld incorporates both sound and visuals into her installations, alongside dance, photography, costumes and interesting visual spaces. Each uses the breadth of human sense, not just one particular point on the artistic spectrum.