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Singing is life affirming.
We have a sense of helplessness around how we think about privacy in today's world.
When we talk about privacy in today's society, it's your eye that is looking. It's your eye that is doing the invasion of privacy.
Sometimes art is created to force us to sit with awkwardness.
You need privacy. You need space to create. You need space to innovate and think great thoughts.
Privacy is a preserve. It is a space in which we need to protect certain human values and truths that we know are very important.
Art engages thought.
Increasingly, our privacy are being held behind glass walls.
It's really hard to get people to understand why privacy law matters to them and get energized about it.
"She grew up moving around with the camels and the goats. So, wherever the sun sets, that's where they sleep; wherever the clouds are, that's where they go."
My mother, who is a very strong, nomadic woman, who grew up herding goats and cows, walking several hundred miles - and this is sometime unbelievable - she has never known that she lived in country called Somalia until she was really 17 years old."
"Art is much more nimble and responsive to the issues that we see in society. In fact, it is an early warning system for some of the challenges we will see."
"Art has awful manners."
"Mary Beard, a really famous historian - she's phenomenal - just wrote a book about how we see. [She] talks about art, not being about the person who made it, but what others made of it. And that's what I really like about art. It forces us to decode what we are seeing. It forces us to go through some mental gymnastics."
No one in this world chooses to be a refugee.
Just because one person tells you [that] you can’t do something, doesn’t mean it’s the end of the road or story.
I’ve always been obsessed with seeing images in my head and then trying to bring them to reality: that right there is wonder.
Trends will come and go; classics never fade.
Inspiration is all around you.
I love to think that we're all these cultural beneficiaries, agents, and eventual ancestors regardless of whether we ever have children. We are born into a world, we try to pick up on the ways we're socialized and interact with people, hopefully, we interrogate what we value and where that comes from and how it manifests...and eventually, we'll each play an individual role in collectively passing down a world. That is a sacred trust.
La inspiración de la calle, los murales que hay en las taquerías, todos los logotipos de los clubs de mala vida, la Revolución; todo eso alimentó muchísimo lo que hacíamos.
Si te haces mi novia, tú y yo vamos a ser el Diego Rivera y la Frida Kahlo de las caricaturas.
The work that we do today will be the artifacts of tomorrow.
Craft a story that is easily relatable from person to person.
It’s important to try and push yourself to go on a journey and dig a little bit deeper.
Expression and stories [are] vital if we want to preserve human connections.