10/15/19 • 60 min
Alice is feeling a shift in direction and has been exploring the idea of intention for her work. This sparks a discussion about the role of intention in art-making. Do we need it? Do we have to decide it right from the start? Or can we find it as we go?
We explore the pros and cons of intention in a discussion that ranges from the compositions of an art-making chimpanzee to Steve Jobs’ wise words about how we can connect the dots.
We also discuss the perennial topic of studio flooring, ponder the challenges of teaching art workshops and reveal our thoughts about fancy dress (Gold star if you can guess which one of us has never ever worn a fancy dress costume!)
Brian Rutenberg Clear Seeing Places https://www.amazon.co.uk/Clear-Seeing-Place-Studio-Visits/dp/0997442301
Steve Jobs speech https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UF8uR6Z6KLc
Congo the chimp https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/congo-late-chimpanzee-painter-whose-work-sold-thousands-will-solo-show-december-1671976
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