Brave New World: Part 2

While not directly influenced by Brave New World, I created this dystopian “surrogate robot” piece I’m trying to better understand Huxley’s thinking behind Brave New World. A few clear signals: The factory production line was seen as a de-humanizing job – humans that were “manufactured” and conditioned to not think for themselves were designed to work at factories without complaining. I had a class…

Brave New World: Part One

Brave New World Brave New World was written in 1931 – the same year that James Millen and National started producing the SW-3. The SW-3 was a by product of offering a very high quality radio on the heels of the Great Depression. What I find most interesting is the thinking of the time – there were more Utopian novels out – notably by…