Sandy’s CreativeMornings activity
Avinash Changa Avinash Changa
What if you could actually be there and look around and draw your own conclusions. That can change the way we see the world.
We're getting to the stage where we want to start going beyond the hype and actually start telling stories.
The goal of story telling is to bring people moments of joy.
I love the object, but to be free from it, I have to kill it.
I was destroying most of the work I was doing and it felt really good. There was a real freedom there. It was like, this thing I created I can kill and it becomes a new thing.
I've long believed that the known imposes constraints on creativity, so the more that we know and understand about what we do, the tighter and tighter our focus becomes and we stop exploring.
Whenever I get comfortable creating, whenever I get a pat on the back from mom or someone, or I have a good successful show or make some money, it's like hang a left, break it, right, because this comfort is the most dangerous thing to the creative process.
We’ve got a fairly nondescript overpass in a nondescript part of town in the suburbs for all intents and purposes, and all of a sudden we’ve got this universal, simple, symbol that gives that bridge an identity.
…. love and hate are kind of the same thing – it’s locked – it’s evocative of some sort of response… the lovers, the haters… I'm just happy because that means it worked…
These are the two things you have control over, you can start out authentic and you can stay feral.
There are so many things that I really want to say that I can't say with words ... but I can say them with a poem, I can say them with a painting, I can say them with a dance.
Rich Theroux Rumble House Live Art