Interesting argument here. . . and worth engaging per our reflection on the ethical importance of artistic judgment. The writer argues that despite an ostensibly radical exterior. . . and a persona that would outwardly insist that she’s an important critic of society. . . a closer and extended look suggests that she’s much less disruptive force than we might expect.
This kind of thinking — regardless of whether you agree with it in this particular case — is evidence of a certain kind of intellectual maturity. One way you can use a course like this. . .one way you can use your experiences with the arts . . . is to train yourself to read against the grain and be more suspicious of images that present themselves to you as transparent and obvious.