Link List #149: Nuclear families, Bong Joon-ho, and the Greek craftsmen keeping the tradition of marble carving alive
This week we’ve been reading about why we should consider changing our family structures, the Oscar-winning director criticizing the Korean class system, and the photographer capturing daily life in the Kham region of Tibet.
- While the ‘strong female lead’ archetype in movies may seem like an empowering alternative to objectification and victimization, in this opinion article in The New York Times, filmmaker Brit Marling explains why the trope leaves a lot to be desired.
- Marble has been used for years to create some of the world’s most iconic statues. In this article, WePresent visits a group of craftsmen in the Greek village of Pyros who are aiming to keep the ancient traditions of carving the symbolic stone alive.
Hopefully you enjoyed the reads from this week’s Link List, but if you’ve still got an internet itch to scratch, you can find more here.
Text: FvF Team