The End of Fear and The End of Fear: A Journey Through the History of Modern Art
The End of Fear is an inspirational and thought-provoking book that explores the spirituality of schizophrenia through the lens of a psychotherapist. The book contains a densely packed 200-page text, which weaves common threads of several different philosophies into a coherent plan to transform fear. Through the course of the book, you’ll discover how fear can undermine your self-confidence and your experience of life. Through the course of this fascinating, absorbing read, you will experience a transformation from within and discover a deeper level of love and compassion for yourself and others.
In The End of Fear, Barbara Visser explores the elusive relationship between art and fear. The documentary was premiered at the CPH:Dox Film Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark, and will play at the opening night of Panorama Europe 2018 at the Museum of the Moving Image. Featuring Josh Doyle as the lead, the film examines whether art can still provoke visceral protest and awe in us. The film is recommended for audiences who want to experience an indelible journey through the human psyche.
The End of Fear: A Journey Through the History of Modern Art is a provocative exploration of how modern art has changed our lives. It’s a compelling documentary that explores the connection between art and fear, and whether it can evoke awe and a visceral response from the viewer. A narrator’s narrator reveals that his father’s death is a sign that art has become a solitary act.