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10 Lies You Will Hear Before You Pursue Your Dreams

10 Lies You Will Hear Before You Pursue Your Dreams | Hephaestus, Tacit knowledge and Art | Scoop.it
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Marina Abramovic: How do you know your are an artist and advice to the young - YouTube

Follow your intuition. Have courage. Do what you imagine. And always be completely present in the moment. Marina Abramović on what it really means to be an a...
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I love how she talks about artists and creating. It really reminds me of Howard Roark and Ayn Rands thinking. An artist simpley creates  because he or she has to, its a force within thats not thinking about the end result nor the feedback.

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Frédéric Malle- Perfume revolution

Frédéric Malle- Perfume revolution | Hephaestus, Tacit knowledge and Art | Scoop.it

 

 Frédéric Malle created the biggest revolution in perfumery since the introduction of synthetic ingredients in the middle of the 19th Century. A bold statement? We don’t think so.. .. Read More

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MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ

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"I think for me beauty comes from the inside, not the outside, it radiates. It’s an energy that gives off a kind of glow. It’s the same with people and objects. Every good work of art has this energy. It’s like when you walk into a room and feel strangely as though someone’s looking at you. In a museum you can sense something behind you, pulling you, and you turn around to see it. This is a great work of art because it has that energy. The creator gave it an inner beauty."

 

 

"Some people are collectors and can enjoy objects in different ways. I don’t collect anything and for me the most beautiful spaces I could relate to would be prison or a sanatorium or a monastery. Somewhere functional and empty, so your body is there but your mind can be freely travelling anywhere you want. It’s important to have less information around so you can fill the space with ideas. I need white walls. I hate coffee table books that people have just for decoration, when no one ever looks at them and they take up space and collect dust. We don’t need all these things. The Japanese have a good solution. They have storage and so in the spring they’ll take a spring vase and enjoy that in the house, then after the spring, take it back to the storage space and take a summer vase, and so on. That way, I think the objects are appreciated for a time. But if you put everything together you don’t see anything any more."

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