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Deep Natter 15: It’s All Deliberate

In this episode, Sean and I are talking about a photo essay that raised some interesting questions for each of us, such as how do you respond to an artist’s newer work when it doesn’t hit you the same way their earlier work did? Have they changed or have you? Or is it some of each? And how much should the context of the work matter to how it lands with a viewer?

LINKS
Alec Soth’s Lost in Translation
At Eternity’s Gate

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MUSIC
High Line by Duffmusiq

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One comment

  1. Jeffery, Sean
    What a beautiful conversation, especially your responses to this new body of work taken over five days.

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