More Is More: The End of Minimalism

“In a consumer culture, minimalism was always a somewhat fancyland ruse. It was domestic anorexia sold as health; materialism repackaged as its opposite; perfectionism hawked as peace. It was the perversion of labelling a home curated down to zero the ultimate luxury or, worse, virtue.”

 

 

Source: The Walrus
Published: Aug 4, 2021
Length: 8 minutes (2,030 words)
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